I caught this documentary last week on Netflix (yay it’s free…well sort of) – Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating The Music of Inside Llewyn Davis. The film captures a concert that took place in September in NYC. The concert was a mix of old-school fundraiser, folk music tribute, and publicity event — and completely inspired by the Coen Brothers’ 2013 film, Inside Llewyn Davis, which is set in the 1960s Greenwich Village folk music scene.
T-Bone Burnett produced the film that features Marcus Mumford, Jack White, The Avett Brothers, Punch Brothers, Decemberists, Patti Smith, folk legend Joan Baez and Oscar Isaac (who played Llewyn Davis in the movie).
I also fell in love with a brand new band, The Milk Carton Kids, while watching this film. Their performance moved Marcus Mumford and many others in the rehearsal room to tears. Fun fact: The Milk Carton Kids are playing a sold out show on March 3 in Toronto.
Here are some of the highlights from the film. Tweet me your review @Candice_indie88 @indie88Toronto @InsideLlewyn
First up my fav. The Milk Carton Kids.
Jack White sounds almost unrecognizable but still incredible on this country/folk tune.
Never heard of Lake Street Dive? Me neither but you will be happy you know about them now. Rachael Price’s vocals blew my mind. WOW! I am pretty much speechless.
You all know Marcus Mumford from Mumford & Sons.
Marcus sang the theme song “Fare Thee Well” with the star of the film, Oscaar Isaac. I have to say that Oscar Isaac cleans up nice!
Punch Brothers, the house band of the documentary, did an incredible job collaborating with everyone on set and on stage. Here is Punch Brothers with Marcus Mumford.
Watch the trailer: