New Guy Clark Documentary To Premiere at SXSW | Music News


Without Getting Filled Or Caught is the new documentary by Paul Whitfield and Tamara Saviano telling the story of Guy Clark. The film will premiere on March 18 as a part of this year’s SXSW festival.


The premiere will be followed by six more virtual screenings on March 23 and April 25, which will feature discussions with guests like Rodney Crowell and Kix Brooks.


Guy Clark was a Texas born folk and country singer and songwriter. Throughout his life, the artist released more than 20 albums and his songs have been recorded by countless artists like Jerry Jeff Walker, Johnny Cash, Ricky Skaggs, Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson and others.

Two years before his death, Guy Clark won a Grammy Awards in the ‘Best Folk Album’ category for his work My Favourite Picture of You in 2014.


The upcoming documentary film is based on Tamara Saviano’s and Clark’s wife Susanna‘s 2016 book entitled Without Getting Killed or Caught: The Life and Music of Guy Clark. The title of both the book and film is derived from the singer’s song “L.A. Freeway“.


The documentary will talk about the journey of Guy Clark, his wife Susanna and Townes Van Zandtin finding their place in the American music industry.


The aim of the film is to tell the story from the perspective of the late singer and his wife. It also features recollections form close friends like Crowell, Steve Earle, Barry Poss, Vince Gill, Verlon Thompson, Terry and Jo Harvey Allen.


By signing up the newsletter to the website that’s dedicated to the documentary, subscribers will have access to information about screening updates, early access to tickets and merchandise. Moreover, fans are expected to receive an exclusive bonus: a rare recording of Guy Clark singing “Step Inside My House” , the first song written in Houston dating back in 1960s.



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