20 Feet from Stardom
Documentary • PG-13 • 2013 • 1 hr 29 min
A must-see for any music nerds out there! The background singers mentioned need more recognition 👏
The isolated vocals on the Gimme Shelter is enough evidence to watch this doc. A must see for any music buff.
Great stories about the often unseen or overlooked backup singers in the music scene.
Fascinating look at often overlooked backup singers. Music fans will love this
The stories behind the voices behind iconic songs. This will make you fall in love with some singers who have long deserved credit.
Great Doc. Engaging from start to finish. Tells a cool story you don't know about.
Inspiring documentary that brings vindication to the (mostly black) women behind the famous rock bands. Love hearing these women’s stories.
This very well executed doc tells the story of the forgotten stars of popular music:the backup singers. Great presentation,subject and theme
A wonderful doc that tells the story of the hardworking singers behind some of history’s most iconic songs
Rock & Roll’s Silent hero’s with angel voices
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