Jeff Bridges' latest docu-series 'Life Is But a Dream' out now
The 'Sleeping Tapes' began as an artistic music project before ironically climbing to the top of the New Age Billboard Chart
Have you watched Jeff Bridges' latest docu-series 'Life Is But A Dream,' that launched on October 19? Available on the Sleep Club website, Facebook and YouTube, the 'Sleeping Tapes' began as an artistic music project before ironically climbing to the top of the New Age Billboard Chart. Now, you can follow along through this 11-part short docu-series as Bridges embarks on a sometimes-tempestuous journey to perform his 'Sleeping Tapes' live at the Bowl.
The first part titled 'The Offer' sees Bridges get an offer for a dream project, but, isn’t sure about it not becoming a nightmare. Critics have hailed it by calling it "the perfect bedtime Story!” First released in January 2015, the 'Sleeping Tapes' is a spoken-word album by Bridges with music by Keefus Ciancia. The album was released as part of Squarespace’s 2015 Super Bowl ad campaign with all proceeds going to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign.
New episodes air every Friday at 9 a.m. PST.
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