Yet there’s a lot of unreleased music inside the late musician’s vault, and four CDs of it will be coming in a boxed set called “American Treasure” scheduled for release on Sept 28, it was announced on the Petty channel on SiriusXM Tuesday. The set, featuring artwork by Shepard Fairey, will include previously unreleased live and studio material, alternate versions — 60 songs in total, compiled by Petty’s daughter Adria, his wife Dana, longtime Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench and veteran Petty engineer Ryan Ulyate. It dates from the beginnings of the Heartbreakers to recent years, which presumably
At Pulse, Rangel will supervise four in-house staffers and two consultants whose main concentration is in film and TV.
Said co-ceo Scott Cutler: “Pulse has always had a great relationship with Joe and Hitcher since day 1. The work that he and his team have done has been an important part of Pulse’s continued success.”
“Synch placements, particularly in film and television, are as important now to artists’ success and longevity as they have ever been,” added co-ceo Josh Abraham. “Having a world-class film and TV team is crucial for us to provide
“The bedrock of every great label is the strength of its A&R, and Jeff has proven to be one of the most astute and accomplished A&R people in our business,” said Warner Bros. Records Co-Chairman & COO Tom Corson. “I’ve admired his musical taste for years, so it’s a great pleasure to finally be in the same family. In the coming months,
Itzhak is a hybrid of sorts that doesn’t merely draw his linear trajectory from birth to the present or focus
After four episodes, the show has largely settled into a version of itself that future installments probably won’t stray too far from. The guest of the month appears to the adoring surprise of an unsuspecting audience. The guest and Dave have a wide-ranging conversation from upbringing to career to an obligatory comment on The World We Live in Now (and the one person most associated with it). If anything, the biggest surprise is how deferential Letterman
“If there was anyone I wanted to start a band with, it was Scott,” lead vocalist-guitarist Seth Avett says of his bandmate/brother. “There are all these bonds that become established when you’re children.”
The clip incorporates original footage of the Avetts in the studio, on the road, and at home visiting their father, as well as never-before-seen family photographs and home movies,
So when he heard that his friend Rick Rubin was producing the Avetts' ninth album, True Sadness, which came out last year,
Judd Apatow chats to us about The Big Sick, directing, stand-up comics and bad interviews...
Heading into UK cinemas this week, The Big Sick is a reinvigorating romantic comedy. It has a brilliant cast of characters, a unique pitch (boy meets girl, boy loses girl, awkward situations and a medically induced coma ensue) and a balance of drama and comedy that means you never know whether to brace yourself for a broken heart or split sides. A breath of fresh air, it’s the sort of film regular cinema goers need. It’s also the sort of film that needs regular cinema goers; it needs those that see it and enjoy it to shout about it, to tell people that it’s worth paying attention to.
Directed by Michael Showalter, the film stars Kumail Nanjiani, who co-wrote the script with his real life spouse Emily V. Gordon
The project will cover Simmons’ rise the inner city area of Queens to become a major impresario in the worlds of music, fashion, and TV. Fox has tapped Kenya Barris, the creator of ABC’s series “Black-ish” and co-writer of “Barbershop: The Next Cut” and “Girls Trip,” to write the script.
“Life and Def” will be a co-production between Simmons’ Def Pictures and Misher Films, with Simmons and Kevin Misher producing. Jake Stein, Bobby Shriver, Josh Bratman and Andy Berman are the exec producers.
Barris signed an overall deal with Fox in September for the development of feature projects through his production company, Khalabo Ink Society, aimed at telling compelling stories that pull back the curtain on the parts of our society that typically go unnoticed.
“Life and Def” will cover the rise of rap
“Judd and Mike have cinematically captured something we are trying musically to present every time we make a record: an honest and artistic portrait of life as we experience it,” said founding band member Seth Avett.
The film premiered at this year’s SXSW Film Festival where it received the “24 Beats Per Second Audience Award.” The film is an Apatow Production in association with RadicalMedia and marks Apatow and Bonfiglio’s second collaboration, following last year’s “Doc & Darryl,” which was part of the Espn Films: 30 for 30 series and represented Apatow’s first foray into documentary filmmaking.
Oscilloscope is planning a theatrical event release nationwide later this year. The film is a portrait of the North Carolina band The Avett Brothers, charting their decade-and-a-half rise,
The video explores three of their five videos ...
Most of the in-process footage from “May It Last” follows the recording of the band’s 2016 album “True
He Overcame His Stutter By Rapping Along to Eminem
Growing up in Suffolk on England’s east coast,
Drum machines have played a crucial role in the history and development of hip-hop music. In the golden age of the genre, they were relatively inexpensive and could simulate various drum sounds. The 808 was unique in that it provided a very low-frequency bass that has become synonymous with hip-hop.
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Alex Dunn’s new documentary “808” delves into the history of this influential device. It features interviews from a bevy of beloved artists, including Rick Rubin, the Beastie Boys, Questlove, Pharrell, Diplo, and many more. After appearing at numerous festivals, it will finally be available for streaming on December 9 on Apple Music.
You can watch the trailer below.
Scott and Seth Avett passionately delivered the bluegrass track with their full band. The performance wrapped with a quick banjo, fiddle and guitar jam session at the end.
The Avett Brothers will be touring in support of their Rick Rubin-produced album this summer, with dates across North America scheduled through October. In February, they'll play several nights at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya,
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