Karen Dalton was a one of a kind American folk singer, unjustly overlooked for many years and only now starting to recover the reputation she deserves, sadly long after her death in 1993. She first gained prominence in the Greenwich folk scene of the early 60s when Bob Dylan named her as his favourite singer. But an unconventional lifestyle and unsympathetic relationship with the music industry meant she never achieved the success she deserved. This fine documentary uses exclusive audio footage and interviews key collaborators and famous fans like Peter Stampfel and Nick Cave.