Marshall "Big Jack" Reynolds is among those American blues musicians whose career was strictly regional, keeping Jack under the national radar. Only after he passed, in 1993, did his classic Detroit sides like "Made It Up In Your Mind," "You Don't Treat Me Right," and "I Had A Little Dog" start to gain a reputation with serious blues collectors.
Third Street Cigar Records and TSC Entertainment are releasing That's A Good Way To Get To Heaven: The Music & Life of Big Jack Reynolds as a CD/DVD collection of Big Jack's rarest recodings, including those done in the 1960s for Detroit labels Fortune and MAH. The documentary premiere is Saturday, May 11, at the Maumee Indoor Theater (click here for ticket information).
John Henry, President of Third Street Cigar Records, and the film's director, Glenn Burris, talked about the project on The Scott Sands Show -- click here to listen with our free iHeartRadio app.