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Listening to Kenny G

  • 1h 37m
  • Penny Lane
  • United States
  • 2021

Some hate him, some make babies to his music. The incomparable Kenny G.

Kenny G is the best-selling instrumentalist of all time, and arguably the most famous living jazz musician. The film is about why that makes certain people so mad. This inventive and thought-provoking documentary, directed by Penny Lane, explores how our artistic tastes shape our personal identities and signal our social belonging.

Through intimate moments with Kenny as he works on his first album in seven years, rare archival footage of his four-decade-long career, and conversations with music critics, record executives, radio personalities, market researchers, and Kenny’s fans. Whatever your opinion, this film will challenge your preconceptions about music.

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Category “Thank You for the Music” presented by Auckland Unlimited

Director

Penny Lane

Producer

Gabriel Sedgwick

Producer

Nickolas Hasse

Language

English

Country

United States

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