Shine On
Richard Trice and the Bull City Blues

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Kenny

We made SHINE ON with a sense of urgency. Just prior to shooting, we learned that octogenarian Richard Trice, one of last links to the Piedmont blues scene of the 1930s and 40s, was living nearby in a senior center in Durham, NC. When we first visited Richard, it was clear that his ...Read more

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