Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A famous country singer learns that severing your roots makes it difficult to return to them in this earnest drama from The Hallmark Movie Channel. Growing up in small town Georgia, Trey Cole (Austin Stowell) never had it easy. The moment he was old enough to chase his dreams of becoming a country singer, he spread his wings and flew away. As Trey's fame skyrocketed, however, his family struggled with death and hardship. Years later, Trey is at the height of fame when he finally realizes it's time for a trip back home. Upon returning home, his first instinct is to drop by the local barbershop for a visit with Charlie Shuffleton (Danny Glover), the kindly coiffeur who treated Trey like a son in those trying times. Upon learning that he is too late to connect with Charlie, the dejected Trey realizes that reconnecting with his family would be the best way to honor his friend's memory. Unfortunately for Trey, it isn't going to be easy, because he wasn't there when his struggling sister needed him the most. Perhaps if everyone can just find the courage to forgive, however, they'll find the life they've always wanted.
country-music, estrangement, family, friend, homecoming, singer