As reported by the Ultimate Classic Rock site, Carole King and James Taylor will star in an upcoming documentary film that will chronicle their decades-long friendship and musical collaboration.
The title of the documentary is Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call My Name and it airs Jan. 2 on CNN and airs live on CNNgo. The film will then be available on demand January 3-9 on various cable and satellite providers, CNNgo, and CNN mobile apps.
In the trailer for the documentary, Carole King goes into a bit more detail, talks about her longtime relationship with Taylor, “I love every experience we’ve had together,” she says.
The trailer also features archival photographs of King and Taylor’s first live performance together in 1970 at the Troubadour in Hollywood, as well as footage from the couple’s reunion tours in 2007 and 2010.
Longtime musicians Danny Kortchmar, Russ Kunkel and Leland Sklar, who supported King and Taylor for the aforementioned three concerts, are also interviewed, along with producer Peter Asher.
The film was directed by Frank Marshall, who also directed the 2020s. The Bee Gees: How to mend a broken heart and 2019 The Gift: Johnny Cash’s Journey. Marshall has spoken of being a fan of both artists in the past.