A new documentary on beloved Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon LightfootIf You Could Read My Mind, will be released this summer via Greenwich Entertainment. The film is an “intimate and emotional examination of Lightfoot’s relationship to music while intertwining his indelible legacy and unpacking key songs within the cultural history of folk and rock music along the way.”

According to a press release, directors Martha Kehoe and Joan Tosoni were granted unprecedented access to Lightfoot to chart his “profound evolution from Christian choirboy to troubled troubadour, international star and beloved Canadian icon with hits including ‘If You Could Read My Mind’, ‘Sundown’, ‘Carefree Highway’, and ‘Rainy Day People’.”

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The documentary features interviews from many notable voices in the music industry including Lightfoot peers Ian and Sylvia Tyson, Randy Bachman, and Steve Earle; famous fans Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee from Rush, Alec Baldwin, Anne Murray and Sarah McLachlan; as well as behind the scenes stories from members of his longtime band.

Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind, a CBC Docs and Documentary Channel Original, is presented by Greenwich Entertainment and Insight Productions in association with Canada Media Fund, Slaight Communications, Telefilm Canada and the Rogers Group of Funds through the Theatrical Documentary Program and with the participation of the Canada Media Fund, the Rogers Cable Network Fund and the Rogers Documentary Fund.

Watch the official trailer for the new Gordon Lightfoot documentary, If You Could Read My Mind, below:

Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind – Official Trailer

[Video: Greenwich Entertainment]