In the late 1960s, a collective from Los Angeles emerged that was so musically eclectic and boasted such an unusual sound that it was all but impossible to detect where it's origins lay. It was a band that instantly captured the imagination and acclaim of critics, journalists, artists, celebrities, producers and DJs, but one that struggled to sell many records or to trouble the charts. However, it was a band that ultimately found huge favor from a rock audience who came to love the group with an uncommon fervor. The group was of course called Little Feat. At the centre of the Little Feat story is Lowell George, the group's frontman and principal songwriter. Over the course of a decade leading the Feat, he wove a unique tapestry using a singular artistic vision which ended, shockingly, with his untimely death in 1979. Lowell Gorge however left an ever astonishing body of work which still today, almost 40 years on, is as relevant and popular as it has ever been. This film, the first ever to chronicle George's life, music and career, uses archive footage and interviews of and with Lowell and Little Feat, plus contributions from many of those who knew him best, to visually recount the sometimes ecstatic, other times tragic life and times of this maverick genius.