Stories on Screen:
If I Leave Here Tomorrow: A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd

Featuring a Post-Screening Conversation With Paul Abraham

On Sunday, August 21, GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi will screen the documentary, If I Leave Here Tomorrow: A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd. Following the screening, there will be a moderated conversation with Lynyrd Skynyrd's former tour manager, Paul Abraham. Sponsored by Visit Mississippi and Delta Regional Foundation, with additional support from the Mississippi Arts Commission. All Stories on Screen programs are free for GRAMMY Museum Members and $20 for non-Members.

Using interviews and archival footage, If I Leave Here Tomorrow: A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd is an authorized documentary that explores the music and backstory of the legendary Southern rock band. With the songs from the first six Lynyrd Skynyrd albums driving the narration, the film focuses on the story of the band's late frontman Ronnie Van Zant—his upbringing, his roots, his work ethic, and his contradictory persona as both a mythic Southern rock poet and someone who'd get into fights after one too many from time to time, as well as the relationships between his friends and fellow founding members Gary Rossington and Allen Collins, along with later bandmates Ed King and Artimus Pyle.


CLICK HERE to view the documentary trailer. Run Time - 97 Minutes | Not Rated