Award-winning Documentary about late Blues legend Leo "Bud" Welch. Born in 1932 in rural Mississippi, Welch has been a poor man all his life, working hard in the cotton fields and the woods. Until in 2013, after decades of missed opportunities, a Gulf War veteran teams up with him to take the Blues World by storm. Called "Music Documentary of the Year" (NEO Film Festival) and "one of the best music documentaries I've ever seen" (Neil Fox/Directorsnotes.com), the film documents the most exciting times in the life of the last real bluesmen.
It's a film of historic dimension for all music lovers and a moving account of a hardworking man, who, against all odds, never wavered from his dream. NTSC all region.