Canadian fans of Lenny Kravitz are in for a treat when Super Channel, Canada’s only national English pay television network, premieres the extraordinary concert documentary, Lenny Kravitz Live: Just Let Go, on Saturday, February 13 at 6 p.m. ET (SC1). It will also be available on Super Channel On Demand the following day.
To view the trailer for Lenny Kravitz Live: Just Let Go see at the top of the article.
Shot over the course of three months in the fall of 2014 during the European leg of Kravitz’s world tour, Just Let Go features spectacular live performances of some of the best loved tracks from the artist’s legendary career, including “Fly Away,” “American Woman,” “It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over,” “Let Love Rule,” “Are You Gonna Go My Way,” as well as new material from his latest studio album, Strut.
Just Let Go is the story about relationships between Lenny Kravitz and his band and why, despite him being a solo artist, these musicians are so vitally important to him both personally and professionally. On rooftops, in muscle cars, propped up in dive bars, and in pool halls, the band in their own words talk candidly about life on the road, sharing the stage, improvising, translating the music from the studio to the stage and Lenny’s quest for perfection.
Featuring a total of 12 performances that are artfully intercut with behind-the-scenes raw clips, interviews, and intimate rehearsal footage, the film offers insight into the creative process behind Kravitz’s music and the aesthetic quality of the presentation that characterize his electrifying concerts.
Just Let Go features concert performances, captured raw, honest and live in Bercy Arena, Paris and the O2 Arena, Prague, which showcase this front man extraordinaire and the iconic and world-renowned virtuoso musicians who surround him.