A deal has been struck between Sony, YouTube and Microsoft to stream controversial film The Interview starting today.
The new documentary “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” follows Campbell and his family as the legendary singer embarks on his 2012 Goodbye Tour, in the wake of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
“I know my hardcore fans are going to love this,” Bentley said of the film. “I had that in mind the whole time.”
According to his wife Kim, singer Glen Campbell is “happy and content” in the Alzheimer’s care facility he was moved to recently, and he “still has his sense of humor.”
“When I played my shows in L.A., I was unaware that people from this movie were in the audience, and I had a role offered to me the next week,” Swift said.
“My job as a songwriter is to capture my life and transfer it onto an album,” Bentley said during the New York premiere of his film “Dierks Bentley: Riser.” “The more personal you get, the more country fans can relate to it.”
He’s done in-depth examinations on all sorts of American traditions, including baseball, jazz, national parks, the Dust Bowl and of course the Civil War. So it’s little surprise to learn that acclaimed documentarian Ken Burns is now setting his sights on country music.
“The dynamic between family is always something that you look forward to, and dread at the same time. Not only are we family, but we all have very strong Oklahoma ties, so we totally relate to that ‘frontier grit.'”
“I’ve decided that given all the issues that have been aired recently, the time isn’t right for me to play at Seaworld. I have cancelled my scheduled performance at the Bands, Blues & BBQ event in March 2014,” McBride said.
The engaging nine-minute documentary reveals insight behind the making of the album, as well as snippets of new music.
“As a music artist, it’s very exciting to think about creating a larger way to paint the picture.”
The long awaited James Brown biopic has finally found its star. Hint: This actor recently played Jackie Robinson.
An advance screening of This is Us, the new documentary about One Direction, was a first-come, first-serve affair in Los Angeles that planned to let in a mere fraction of the hundreds of patrons that […]
‘Springsteen & I’ director Baillie Walsh told Radio.com that after putting the call out to fans for self-shot testimonials in November of 2012, he quickly received about 300 hours of material. And he actually watched every single submission.
How you actually like the film depends on a) your definition of the term “documentary” and b) how much you appreciate Springsteen and the devotion he gets from his fans.
Radio.com chatted with Alex Rosamilia about the process of writing the music for short film “Every Word Handwritten” and how it differs from recording with Gaslight Anthem, as well as when we can expect a follow-up to 2012’s “Handwritten.”