David Lynch and Mark Frost’s revival of Twin Peaks recently made its debut on Showtime, and two soundtracks featuring music from the new series will be released by Rhino Entertainment September 8!
Country Crush is a musical that’s available starting March 14 (it’s a Walmart exclusive) and I’ll be posting a review this week on Hollywood Outbreak. I really enjoyed the performances and music featured in the project (if you love old-fashioned entertainment that’s filled with good songs, this may be your cup of tea).
Actress/singer Sophie Tweed-Simmons, who plays a sassy and uninhibited woman named Ainsley in the feature, talked about Country Crush and her own promising music career. Check out our interview after the jump!
Since her successful run on The Voice (Season 9), Siahna has continued to hone her singer-songwriter skills. With her recently released 6-song EP Untouchable, the jazz and soul loving songstress is adding a bit of pop flavor to her repertoire. My audio interview (apologies for quality as it was a phoner) with Siahna, as well as the transcription, is found after the jump!
Judy Collins is honoring a music colleague she’s admired for years, as A Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim hits DVD February 24. Collins’ passion for Sondheim’s compositions span several decades, starting with one of the artist’s most signature works.
FilmRise has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to director Peter Pardini’s Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago. Stateside fans of the seminal rock band can catch the documentary on New Year’s Day 2017, as CNN Films has the U.S. broadcast distribution rights.
It’s usually a monster mash come Halloween time, and it’s fun to see Fitz and the Tantrums get into that spirit with their animated video for “Roll Up.” The catchy, pop infused tune is all about finding a bit of love and affection in the world, and the video playfully captures that spirit. The video is available after the jump.