“When We Were Writers” is the latest taste of Look Long, joining previously released tracks “Shit Kickers” and “Change My Heart.” Look Long, produced by John Reyonds, was recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World studio compound in Bath, England, and is the pair’s first album in five years. It’ll be available May 22nd. … [Read more...] about Hear Indigo Girls Reminisce About College Days in ‘When We Were Writers’
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On March 9th, Margo Price was performing at the To Nashville, With Love benefit concert, raising funds for a city shell-shocked by a deadly and devastating tornado. A little more than a day later, she was quarantining at home with her husband Jeremy Ivey and two children (including 11-month Ramona Lynn), sheltering in place as the coronavirus pandemic swept across Tennessee and the nation. With her new album That’s How Rumors Get Started delayed until the summer because of the crisis, Price has been finding ways to stay creative at home. We asked her for details in an email interview. … [Read more...] about For Margo Price, Quarantining Means Babies, Coffee and a Lot of Bob Dylan
RELATED: 14 New Horror Movies to Get Excited for in 2018 Heather Langenkamp, who plays the iconic Nancy in the original A Nightmare on Elm Street, dropped the news that this sequel was happening. She is joined in the ensemble cast by another horror veteran, John Gulager, as well as Damon Carney, Randy Wayne, Alexandra Harris, Diane Ayala Goldner and Mike J. Regan. The movie does not have a release date at this time. … [Read more...] about New Pinhead Revealed in Hellraiser: Judgment
Priyanka and her singer-husband Nick Jonas are currently in isolation in the US amid the novel Coronavirus pandemic. The celebrity couple recently donated to various organisations and NGOs, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi's PM-Cares Fund, to lend a helping hand towards Coronavirus aid. … [Read more...] about Priyanka Chopra’s Father Banned Her From Wearing Tight Clothes As A Teen & Put Bars On Her Windows!
Marcia, who met Withers in 1976, runs his publishing company from a tiny office on Sunset Boulevard. “We’re a mom-and-pop shop,” he says. “She’s my only overseer. I’m lucky I married a woman with an MBA.” Since Withers was the sole writer of most of his material, he gets half of every dollar his catalog generates – and “Lean on Me” alone has appeared in innumerable TV shows, movies and commercials. Any licensee that wants to use Withers’ master version of one of his songs needs his approval. “If it’s for a scene in a show where somebody is killed or something, we will turn them down,” says Marcia. “We don’t want people to associate, say, ‘Lean on Me’ with violence.” Technically, it’s possible to license a cover of one of his songs without his consent. “But that’s never happened,” he says. “They don’t want to piss me off.” … [Read more...] about Bill Withers: The Soul Man Who Walked Away