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If you haven't heard Will Overman Band (WOB), just wait. You will.
The death of Prince last week really knocked me for a loop. As I shared with my son the day of the sad news, his music was a thread woven through much of my young adulthood and beyond.
After I wrote Sipping Beyonce's Lemonade, I came across a YouTube video review of Lemonade. I immediately reached out to Ceedotcee and asked for an interview.
A bit of 'inside baseball', but the core idea is that now that we have populist demand-style theatrical distribution models, some minimum, geographically-agnostic box office threshold should also (by no means, exclusively) be an adequate litmus test for Academy Awards consideration.
Walk in the theater not expecting much. Walk out charmed and happy. Key & Peele will have that kind of affect on you. And that little furball that plays Keanu is worth his weight in catnip.
When the Dixie Chicks announced their 2016 tour, I got excited... then got carried away. I can't wait to welcome them back from a "Long Time Gone" in London, cry to "Cowboy Take Me Away" in Dublin and sing the ultimate female empowerment anthem, "Goodbye Earl," with my girlfriends in Pennsylvania and Virginia.
I had the chance to ask them why this was the perfect project with which to transition to the big screen, and whether they ever thought their show would be as popular as it is. Read on for some highlights of our conversation.
Jubilantly triumphant, each and every time, Megan Hilty, vivacious star of stage and screen, returns to Cafe Carlyle, in the heart of New York City, for a two week residency beginning this Tuesday, May 3rd and continuing until May 14th.
Every superhero film doesn't have to be dark. Imagine that in the Ant-Man film. In any case as long as it may enhance the story and gives credence to the hero, then by all means pull the pin and blow the lid off!
Now, instead of writing specifically about Purple Rain, I'm left to figure out how to encapsulate 32 years of "The Prince Experience."
As a child of the 80s, I was more enthralled by mainstream Michael Jackson, Madonna and Cyndi Lauper than by edgy Prince. My life had little angst, so Prince's dark and dangerous persona held little appeal.