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The Wrecking Crew, a documentary on record producer legend Tommy Tedesco, will make its world theatrical premiere at Bloor Hot Docs on Feb. 20, and others will be released this year.

The Wrecking Crew makes its world theatrical premiere at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema on Feb. 20 (with other cities to follow), and will be available on Video on Demand and iTunes on March 13. Here are three more music documentaries expected to be released in 2015.

What Happened, Miss Simone?

The Netflix production opened this year's Sundance Festival. It is a look at life and career of the "High Priestess of Soul," Nina Simone.

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck

The first fully authorized look at the Nirvana front man, a troubled rock figure who committed suicide at the age of 27. It premiered at Sundance and is expected to receive a limited theatrical release before a HBO premiere on May 4.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me

The Gentle on My Mind singer on his recent final tour, stricken with Alzheimer's but still able to perform, saying goodbye not only to his fans but to his own self.