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Actor Vincent D’Onofrio records eccentric ‘punk spoken word’ album

Posted December 5th, 2014 by genestout

By MIKEL TOOMBS As William Shakespeare, were he alive today (he’d be 450), might have tweeted, “Though this be Method (acting), yet there be madness in ‘t.” Noted Method actor Vincent D’Onofrio, 55, has created a “punk spoken word album,” “Slim Bone Head Volt,” along with a crew of musicians led by Dana Lyn. (D’Onofrio […]

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Session musician Petra Haden goes ‘Psycho’ on new soundtrack album

Posted January 18th, 2013 by genestout

By GENE STOUT Petra Haden, a talented session musician who has worked with Beck, Foo Fighters, The Twilight Singers and The Decemberists, among many others, has turned her attention to movie and TV music on her new album, “Petra Goes to the Movies,” due Jan. 22 on Anti- Records. One of the best tracks is […]

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Boyd Tinsley of the Dave Matthews Band premieres new film in Seattle

Posted August 29th, 2012 by genestout

Boyd Tinsley, violinist and mandolin player for the Dave Matthews Band, will premiere his first film, “Faces in the Mirror,” at 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, at the Moore Theatre. You can RSVP for the Seattle screening here. Or, if you can’t attend the screening at the Moore, watch it live on Snag Films. The […]

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MOVIE PREVIEW: At 65, iconoclastic rocker Lemmy is anything but retiring

Posted January 19th, 2011 by genestout

By MIKEL TOOMBS Will it play in Peoria? The question dates back to the show business of the 1920s: “If an act did well in Peoria,” according to Peoria.com (yes, I know), “vaudeville companies knew that it would work throughout the nation.” In the 2010s, with a new movie featuring lovable rock iconoclast Lemmy Kilmister, […]

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Singer Bobby Long rides the ‘Twilight’ wave to fame

Posted November 17th, 2009 by genestout

Since nearly everything associated with the blockbuster vampire movie “Twilight” is insanely popular, British singer-songwriter Bobby Long is getting a rock-star welcome in the U.S. this fall. Long’s “Let Me Sign” (written by Long and Marcus Foster) was featured in the original “Twilight” movie, even though Long’s friend, “Twilight” star Robert Pattinson, sang the tune. […]

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