Krishna Das

Artists on Film: Krishna Das

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Stream the award-winning documentary One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das

In 1970, a young musician named Jeffrey Kagel walked away from the American dream of rock 'n' roll stardom – turning down the lead singer slot in the band that would become Blue Oyster Cult. He sold all his possessions and moved from the suburbs of New York to the foothills of the Himalayas in search of happiness and a little-known saint named Neem Karoli Baba (or Maharajji). One Track Heart follows Kagel's journey to India and back, his struggles with depression and drug abuse, and his eventual emergence as Krishna Das – the world-renowned spiritual teacher, chant master and Grammy-nominated recording artist. One Track Heart is the inspiring story of how one man's journey continues to transform countless lives.

Winner! Best Documentary Film Award at the Gold Coast International Film Festival and at the Maui Film Festival

Stream the 73-minute film at the link above. Log on to Kanopy to watch for free with your library card.

Run Time: 

73 min.
The kind of heartwarming, sentimental tale of a gentle soul that the PBS show's iconic character would love.
The Los Angeles Times

About Artists on Film

An ongoing documentary film series at the Bud Werner Memorial Library that focuses on the life and work of creatives. See films that put the lens on all genres of artists,  from painters, photographers and sculptors to fashion designers, musicians, architects, movie makers, dancers, choreographers, authors and more. Learn about the legacies, lives and enduring work of individuals who have worked (or are still working) in a broad range of creative endeavors.

Bud's Watch Parties

During this time while we're staying safer at home, Bud Werner Memorial Library is organizing special opportunities to share films you might have seen in Library Hall. Instead, we're watching them online, virtually together at home. The library hopes that you'll enjoy streaming these inspired films, and come together for community conversations to share the experiences.