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-written by Ray Roa
-courtesy of Creative Loafing Tampa
-June 19th, 2018

Jeremy Gloff, who is the subject of a documentary that premiers on June 19th, 2018
photo by Michael M. Sinclair

Jeremy Gloff is one of the longest-running, most interesting and prolific artists in the Tampa Bay area (the 43-year-old songwriter surprise released his 21st album, Lightrail, last summer). Now a CL contributor, Michael M. Sinclair, has once again turned a lens towards Gloff in a new documentary, “Moments of Euphoria,” which will premiere at The Attic above Rock Brothers on Tuesday, June 19.

The film explores how Lightrail — an album that was supposed to be a fun, summery pop record — went off the tracks and then righted itself as the year leading up to the release unfolded. Videos by five Bay area directors are included in the film along with cameos by nearly a dozen personalities from the artistic community.

Formal dress isn’t discouraged. Watch the trailer below.

“Moments of Euphoria” premiere w/Jeremy Gloff, Tue. June 19, 7 p.m.. Suggested $5 donation. The Attic at Rock Brothers Brewing, 1510 E. 8th Ave., Ybor City.