U2 frontman Bono is just one of several musical legends who recount their experiences recording at a legendary Alabama music studio in the upcoming documentary Muscle Shoals. We have an exclusive TV spot for director Greg 'Freddy' Camalier's upcoming film, which explores the legacy behind the studio that attracted the likes of Alicia Keys, Bob Dylan, Percy Sledge and countless others in its storied history. Take a look at our exclusive video to learn more about about this upcoming film, debuting in theaters and on VOD formats September 27.
Muscle Shoals tells the incredible and unlikely story of a small Alabama town by the Tennessee River, where a man named Rick Hall overcame crushing personal hardship to put together a recording studio and house band (the Swampers) that became legendary for its electrifying musical chemistry. Luring some of the biggest figures in 20th century pop music, like Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, the Staples Singers, The Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Simon and Garfunkel, the studio produced all time classic songs like "Mustang Sally," "I Never Loved a Man," "Wild Horses" and many more, uniting black and white musicians in the deep south during an incendiary period of racial hostility.