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Burning Ember: The Steve Bell Journey

 

Burning Ember: The Steve Bell Journey

Feature Documentary

Canadian singer-song writer Steve Bell has been on the road for over twenty-five years pouring his heart and faith into his music. After thousands of concerts, two Canadian Juno Awards and seventeen albums, he’s still touring from church to church playing wherever he can. Despite a faithful fan-base, including many powerful supporters, the man once considered “Canada’s best kept musical secret” and “the next Michael W. Smith” has never achieved the elusive “breakout” in the United States market – a breakout that would mean financial freedom to keep doing what he does. Now, at the age of 54, after years of physical, financial and emotional struggles, Steve Bell has been given a rare opportunity to play a private concert at CBS Studios in Hollywood that could change it all…

Director:  Andrew Wall
Cast: 
Collections: Now Showing, On DVD/VOD, VOD

Tagline: After decades of pouring his heart and faith into his music with modest success, Canadian singer-song writer Steve Bell gets the chance to play a private concert at CBS Studios at the request of CBS Studios President Michael Klausman that could change his career forever.

Genres: Feature Documentary

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Country:   Canada
Language:  English

Company Credits

Production Companies:  Refuge 31 Films

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