Blues Divas Trailer

Blues Divas Trailer (2005)

22 January 2005 Factual, Music 116 mins

A documentary featuring live performance footage and interviews with eight contemporary female blues' artists including Mavis Staples, Denise LaSalle, Irma Thomas, Odetta, Deborah Coleman, Bettye LaVette, Ann Peebles and Renee Austin.

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Cast

Renee Austin

as Herself

Morgan Freeman

as Himself

Denise LaSalle

as Herself

Bettye LaVette

as Herself

Odetta

as Herself

Ann Peebles

as Herself

Mavis Staples

as Herself

Mavis Staples

as Herself

Irma Thomas

as Herself

Crew

Tim Healey

Tim Healey Line Producer

Tyler Warren

Tyler Warren Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 22 January 2005

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