The name of her second album, “Karen Dalton: In My Own Time” pays tribute to the late blues and folk singer. A new trailer for the documentary shows famous friends, family, bandmates, ex-boyfriends, and fans reviewing their unique approach to music and life.
“I think what makes Karen such an outstanding artist is that she is not singing by you, she sings it to herself, ”explains Vanessa Carlton. We are told that she married very young and refused “to be a housewife”; he went to New York City and took up music. Success followed, but Dalton didn’t mind being the center of attention. “She was not a girl from show business, the joy escaped her,” it is emphasized.
Dalton died in 1993. “Since most of Karen’s images have been lost or destroyed, the film uses Karen’s sweet melodies, interviews with loved ones, and newly unearthed archival materials to construct a rich portrait of this unique and unique woman. her hauntingly beautiful voice. ” the details of the document synopsis.
“Karen Dalton: In My Own Time” hits theaters on October 1 and November 16 in digital format.