14 June, 2019Print
Echo In The Canyon Director Andrew Slater And Executive Producer Jakob Dylan Return To LA This Weekend For Q&A And Special Performances At Arclight HollywoodAdditional Performances In Boston And Chicago Announced
With Echo In The Canyon now showing in more than 20 cities, director Andrew Slater and executive producer Jakob Dylan will return home to LA this weekend to discuss the film following Friday and Saturday evening showings at the Arclight Hollywood. In addition, Dylan will be joined by Jade Castrinos and the Echo In The Canyon Band to perform songs from the film.
Performances will take place following 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM showings of Echo In The Canyon on Friday, June 14th and Saturday, June 15th at the Arclight Hollywood. Tickets and further details here.
Slater, Dylan and the Echo In The Canyon band will also host evenings of conversation and music in Chicago at the Music Box Theater on June 21st, and Boston at the Coolidge Theater on June 22nd. Details here and here.
Echo In The Canyon is one of 2019’s breakout independent films. It had the highest opening weekend per-theater average (PTA) of any documentary this year and has grossed over $500,000 in ticket sales to date.
Echo In The Canyon premiered at the Arclight Hollywood’s Cinerama Dome on May 23rd with special performances by Stephen Stills, Roger McGuinn, Jakob Dylan, Cat Power, Jade Castrinos and the Echo In The Canyon band, as well as an appearance by Ringo Starr. Read about the evening via Rolling Stone.
Watch Jakob Dylan and Jade Castrinos perform “Dedicated To The One I Love” by The Mamas & The Papas on Kimmel.
The Echo In The Canyon soundtrack is available digitally now. CDs will be available for purchase on June 28th, and the soundtrack will be released on vinyl on August 2nd. Purchase the Echo In The Canyonsoundtrack here: LINK
“The most sturdily crafted and entertainingly anecdotal documentary of its kind...richly evocative.” -Variety
“The delight of ‘Echo In The Canyon’ is in the delicious details its subjects impart.” -NY Times
“[Leaves] you with a peace/love/understanding high and a desire to break out the vinyl.” -LA Times
“Celebrates Laurel Canyon not just as a physical place, but in all the ways its influence reverberated.” -Rolling Stone
“A music documentary up there with the all-time greats.” -Film Threat
“Watching this flick made me want to reach, to do better, to capture inspiration and hit it way out of the park.” -Bob Lefsetz
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