The songwriter analyzes the concept of genre, and how it’s mainly thought of when selling music, but not creating it. She explained how she tried to take the hit and make it her own. “A song with the title ‘Tim McGraw,’ one of the greatest country stars of all time, could I take it and make you not think of country music?” she said. “It’s really hard to sing ‘Chevy truck’ and just like, not sing it country,” she laughed. “This song so distinctly belongs to—one of I think, personally—the greatest living songwriters.” … [Read more...] about Maggie Rogers on Learning to Love ‘Tim McGraw’
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Vukadinovich will move the project to script. Cupid was previously developed by writer Carlos Kotkin from a story adaptation by Maisel. Vukadinovich’s work has twice appeared on the Black List with The Three Misfortunes of Geppetto (which sold to Fox with 21 Laps producing) and The Secret Ingredients of Rocket Cola. … [Read more...] about ‘Cupid’: Mythos Studios Expands Team With Michael Gracey and Mike Vukadinovich
Today, of course – despite the spottiness of such albums as Who Are You, their last with the doomed Moon, and the muddled 1981 LP Face Dances, which even the band didn’t much like – the Who occupy a level of charismatic renown that’s shared only by such survivors as the Rolling Stones. They’ve come out on the other end of the pipeline. Vulgar display is no longer necessary, but touring is still an enormously complex undertaking. In their early days, the Who would go on tour with two road managers and a light man; today, their traveling crew – swollen by ShowCo sound technicians and Tasco Light – numbers about ninety people. Ten trucks are required to cart their gear from gig to gig. And on the opening dates of their current tour, a 100-seat Boeing 707 was requisitioned–generally available at an estimated cost of about $5000 per hour – to fly the band and about a score of associates from city to city. When ninety people are eating … [Read more...] about The Who: Last Time Around
“In sifting through all the Mickey Newbury songs I could get my hands on, there were only two criteria for inclusion on the album: did I love it, and did I think I could bring something of myself to it?” says Peters in a release. “I decided early on that I didn’t want to make an album of Mickey’s hits; that opened up the potential field to his late-career songs, which took a decided turn towards folk, and obscure early songs, as well as hits.” … [Read more...] about Gretchen Peters Details Mickey Newbury Tribute Album
While Downey's stint with the MCU ended with the death of Iron Man in Avengers: Endgame, he was still able to make his presence felt in Spider-Man: Far from Home, which came later, in addition to having a rumored cameo in the upcoming Black Widow film in the form of unused footage from earlier movies. So the possibility of Tony Stark popping up at some point in a future Spider-Man movie is far from impossible, but not very likely. … [Read more...] about Tony Stark Vs. Uncle Ben: Who Would Tom Holland Rather See Return?