LA's Foster The People have unleashed an inescapeable tune that's ready-made for commercials and movie scenes. It's certainly catchy as hell and I'll admit that it's kind of grown on me. What current music are y'all listening to?
There's a new NY Times documentary called Page One...I haven't seen it myself, but it might be cool. Magnolia Pictures and Participant Media have partnered to purchase U.S. rights to Page One: A Year Inside The New York Times, a documentary
NRBQ is one of those bands where every member is a unique and unparalleled musician in his own way. Their sound ranges from R&B to Pop to Jazz to good ol' Rock and Roll, and I can never get enough of them. Rumor has it that Keith Richards lobbied
John Waters fans might recognize Toussaint McCall from the movie Hairspray, where he made an appearance lip-synching this song. McCall never saw much success beyond this gem from 1967. Gives me goosebumps every time.
The Rolling Stones' Rock And Roll Circus is an extraordinary film, documenting a show from December 1968 that featured the likes of Jethro Tull (with Tony Iommi), Taj Mahal, The Dirty Mac (Clapton/Lennon/Richards), and this performance by The Who
'Lost Angels' The Movie Is Skid Row Personified: Premiere Friday & Saturday At The Regal Theater: UPDATED
[media id=17278] Susan Klos of Big Time Picture Company has been a great friend to C&L along with her brother John all these years we've been hosti
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December 01, 2008 C-SPAN Director Ron Howard and Screenwriter Peter Morgan talked about their new movie, Frost/Nixon, which looks at the 1977 televis