Johnny Depp‘s new drama concerning the lifetime of music mogul Rick Corridor has been picked up by bosses at ABC. Corridor, who was the brains behind the fabled “Muscle Shoals” sound, died in January, and now his life story is about to hit the large display with Depp producing a TV collection, based mostly on the legendary producer’s autobiography, “The Man from Muscle Shoals: My Journey from Disgrace to Fame”, and the acclaimed 2013 documentary “Muscle Shoals”.
Heart star Nancy Wilson has signed on because the challenge’s government music producer, whereas Greg Camalier, who directed the “Muscle Shoals” documentary which was an enormous hit on the 2013 Sundance Movie Pageant, may also serving as an government producer, alongside Depp.
The collection will chronicle the start of the “Muscle Shoals” Sound at Corridor’s Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, the place artists like Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett, Etta James, Percy Sledge, and Otis Redding recorded.
The late music legend co-based Fame in 1959 and shortly lured the likes of Roy Orbison and Brenda Lee to document there. He produced the primary gold document in “Muscle Shoals” historical past with Arthur Alexander’s “You Higher Transfer On”, which was later recorded by the Rolling Stones.
Corridor went on to strike a serious distribution cope with Capitol Data, which introduced the likes of Marie Osmond and Paul Anka to his studio, whereas Gregg Allman recorded his remaining album, “Southern Blood”, at Fame. Rick Corridor was inducted into the Alabama Music Corridor of Fame in 1985 and he revealed his memoir, The Man from Muscle Shoals: My Journey from Disgrace to Fame, in 2015.
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