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Tyler Childers, Shooter Jennings and More Headline Documentary Preview Event

Earlier this week, the GRAMMY Museum hosted a special Los Angeles preview event for They Called Us Outlaws - the six-part, twelve-hour documentary on the game-changing movement in country music, coming next year from Eric Geadalmann's Shadowbrook Studios.

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After a never-before-seen portion of the film was screened, Chris Shiflett - the celebrated 'Walking The Floor' podcast host and 12-time GRAMMY winning guitarist of the Foo Fighters - was on hand to moderate a conversation with filmmakers Eric Geadalmann and Kelly Magelky plus the film's composer Chris Coleman and narrator Jack Ingram (both award-winning musicians in their own right). They discussed making the film over the course of a decade, which includes rare performance footage and over 100 interviews with Outlaw's key players and those who carry the torch today.

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But it wouldn't be a true Outlaw country celebration without performances, and those were highlighted by a touching duet between Jessi Colter (who serves as the film's Executive Producer) and her multi-time GRAMMY-winning son Shooter Jennings. Current star Tyler Childers was also on hand to perform, among a lineup that included Jesse Daniel, Jodi Lyford, John R. Miller and Abby Hamilon plus Ingram, Coleman and Shiflett.

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