Reviews and Articles:

 

A.V. CLUB Jazz legend Clark Terry finds a new protege in Keep On Keepin' On - by A.A. Dowd

AMSTERDAM NEWS 'Keep On Keepin' On,' Ravi and Chick reviews - by Ron Scott

APM MARKETPLACE Quincy Jones on Clark Terry, a godfather of jazz - by Kai Ryssdal

ASBURY PARK PRESS/GANNETT WIRE Quincy Jones and Alan Hicks on 'Keep On Keepin' On'  - by Alex Biese

CBS ATLANTA Review by Mike McKinney, 5/5 stars

EDGE MEDIA NETWORK Review by Killian Melloy

FILM JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL Review by Kevin Lally

FILM-FORWARD Review by Nora Lee Mandel

HUFFINGTON POST BLACK VOICES How Jazz Pioneer Clark Terry Helped A Blind Piano Prodigy Become A Star

INDIE NYC Interview: Alan Hicks, Director - ‘Keep On Keepin’ On’ - by David Teich

LAST ONE TO LEAVE THE THEATRE Review

METRO Interview: Quincy Jones on his ‘Keep on Keepin’ On’ mentor Clark Terry, plus his first film - by Matt Prigge

MOVIE PIE Hot Docs 2014 #2: Heroes and Legends

NEW YORK TIMES, CRITICS NOTEBOOK The Young: Lost and Alienated The Tribeca Film Festival Begins Its 13th Season - by Stephen Holden

NEW YORK TIMES Something in Common With His Mentor, Talking to Justin Kauflin - by Kathryn Shattuck

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Review by Joe Neumaier

NEW YORK POST Trumpeter Clark Terry takes center stage in ‘Keep on Keepin’ On’ - by Farran Smith Nehme

PASTE MAGAZINE Review by Brent Simon

ROLLING STONE Q Scores: Quincy Jones on Sinatra, Mentorship and His New Documentary - by Eric Hynes

SHADOW & ACT (INDIEWIRE) Interview: 93-Year-Old Jazz Legend Clark Terry - by Jai Tiggett

SHAKEFIRE Review by Matt Rodriguez

SLANT MAGAZINE Review by Timothy E. Raw

THE BLOT MAGAZINE A Jazz Legend and Blind Piano Prodigy Bond for Life - by Dorri Olds

THE DAILY BEAST Quincy Jones Talks Chicago’s Mean Streets, Why Kanye West Is No Michael Jackson, and Bieber - by Marlow Stern

THE DISSOLVE Review by David Ehrlich

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER 'Keep On Keepin' On': Provincetown Review - by David Rooney

VANITY FAIR Keep On Keepin’ On: The Best Movie You Haven’t Heard Of This Year - by Julie Miller

USA TODAY Ailing jazz icon Clark Terry keeps faith in 'Keep On' - by Edna Gundersen