• Singing in the Shadow – The Children of Rock Royalty

    When you’re the child of a rock music legend, pursuing a music career of your own would seem like a no-win situation. You will always be judged against an impossible standard. Simply making a decent living - the goal of most musicians - will be seen as failure. And being good is never enough when your parent is great.

    In a candid and revealing film, nine children of music legends bare their souls: Julian Lennon, son of John Lennon; Louis Osbourne, son of Ozzy; Simon Collins, son of Phil; Sally Taylor, daughter of James Taylor and Carly Simon; James Raymond - the previously unknown son of David Crosby; Sarah Lee Guthrie and Abe Guthrie, children of Arlo, grandchildren of the legendary Woody Guthrie; Jason Everly,  son of Phil; Teddy Richards, son of Aretha Franklin; A.J. Croce, son of Jim; we also hear from David Crosby, Carly Simon, Phil Everly, Phil Collins, Arlo Guthrie and Aretha Franklin.

    Singing in the Shadow – The Children of Rock Royalty

    Producer & Executive Producer – Alan Handel  
    Directed by Tom Puchniak
    Co-Directors: Ben Duffield, Alan Handel
    Story Editor: Josh Freed
    Release Date:  September 16th, 2003 
    Broadcasters:  CBC, Musimax 

    1 x 90min 


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