My Morning Jacket is the latest band profiled in the Live Nation documentary film series From The Road. The 10-minute My Morning Jacket: From the Road mini-doc captures the band while on tour supporting last year’s The Waterfall.
Included in the footage are interviews with band members including Jim James, Carl Broemel, Tom Blankenship, Bo Koster and Patrick Hallahan and several people who make up the My Morning Jacket production team. The early formation of the group and the current status of MMJ is examined in the piece that also showcases several scenes of the band performing live in a variety of settings.
“The stage is everything,” says MMJ drummer Hallahan. “The reason this whole thing exists is because we need to play. I miss my family terribly, but there’s like something in me that I need to play.”
Watch My Morning Jacket: From the Road below:
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