Henley Honors Black
One music legend honors another at Fort Worth film festival
Former Eagles singer/drummer Don Henley won't be making a local appearance on his upcoming tour, but he will make a stop in Fort Worth on November 10 to honor his fellow Texan singer Clint Black with the Stephen Bruton Award, as part of the opening night of the Lone Star Film Festival.
Black will receive the award at the festival's ball at the Worthington Renaissance Hotel. Black will also participate in a conversation about his career earlier in the day at Four Day Weekend Theater, where the musician, actor, and philanthropist will talk about his work process and his passion for raising awareness for Rett Syndrome. The conversation is free and open to the public, though seating is limited.
Former recipients of the Stephen Bruton Award include such music luminaries as Kris Kristofferson, T Bone Burnett, Willie Nelson, Billy Joe Shaver, Lyle Lovett, Ray Benson, and Betty Buckley.
The festival has also announced that Emmy- and Golden Globe-winner Jane Seymour will receive the LSFF Achievement in Acting Award. Seymour will also be on hand for a screening of Bereave, which she produced and starred in with Malcolm McDowell. The screening will be at Four Day Weekend Theater on November 11.