Stacey K. Black, producer, director, editor, and singer songwriter, spent two years of her life creating the music documentary, “Send My Mail to Nashville”. It’s an extraordinary movie and I was grateful to be one of the many songwriters she featured. Her film offers a powerful and touching inside look at the songs and stories by songwriters as they live and work in a city with an estimated 55,000 songwriters. Interviewing songwriters at all levels, Stacey thoughtfully shows the peaks and valleys songwriters go through.
The film does an excellent job telling the songwriters’ stories and the various ways they create, record, perform, and promote their music. It is clear that Stacey genuinely cares for the songwriters she features. She shows how fun, but also how challenging, making a living with music can be in “Music City”. Filled with plenty of great, original songs and impressive performances, the movie features Trevor Finlay, Jennifer Friend, Kevin So, Joe First, Shashi Light, Jack Frisby, Stacey K. Black, Don Hillaker, Peggy Hustad, Joel Shewmake, Lydia Smith, and Steven Wylie.
“Send My Mail to Nashville” has been making the rounds with film festivals and will be released in the near future. For more information, go to the movie’s Facebook page at