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Jon Pratt, Jeff Tweedy, Titus Andronicus, Kelsey Waldron, Sheepdog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, November 25, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JON PRATT returns with a loop-y instrumental, "Jeanine Brushes the Mississippi Mud From a Stray Cat in Paris."

JEFF TWEEDY visits KEXP.

TITUS ANDRONICUS visits KEXP.

KELSEY WALDRON visits World Cafe.

ANDREW BIRD shares a version of "Manifest" as a duet with Erika Wennerstrom of Heartless Bastards.

 

THE BEST PEARL JAM SONGS, ranked by Steven Hyden.

HARRY NILSSON & LEONARD COHEN Are Releasing New Albums, Whether They Like It Or Not.

THE TOP TEN NYC SONGS of 2019, according to Paste.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Debby Boone’s secretly dark "You Light Up My Life," which in late '77 topped the Hot 100 for 10 weeks — longer than any other record in history at that point.

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:  Frozen II dominates the chart with 127MM, the biggest debut for  Disney Animation and the third best animated opening ever (behind Pixar's The Incredibles 2 and Finding Dory). It's also the 5th biggest November opening behind a Hunger Games and three Twilight flicks.  It did 223MM in overseas markets, for a worldwide total of 350MM.  Ford v Ferrari places with 16MM on a 49 percent drop from its debut; its 103MM worldwide gross (roughly its production budget) suggests success for the studio (Fox/Mouse), but the upcoming holiday weekend may really tell the tale.  A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood shows with 13.5MM, which is fine against a 25MM budget.  21 Bridges debuts in the fourth slot wih 9.3MM, which is iffy against a 33MM budget, given less-than-fresh reviews.  Midway rounds out the Top Five with another 4.7MM but is going to have problems recouping its 100MM production budget.

MICHAEL J. POLLARD,  who rose to fame in the 1967 hit film Bonnie and Clyde as C.W. Moss, the dimwitted gas station attendant who became a criminal accomplice, and went on to a long career as a Hollywood character actor, died on Wednesday at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 80.

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE gets hands-on with new co-star Alisha Wainwright during a night out; sources say it's nothing.

R KELLY's alleged sex xlave turns on him.

TONY ROBBINS has been accused of sexually assaulting a high schooler at a summer camp.

MICHAEL JACKSON is getting an official biopic.

JULIA SWEENEY is coming to terms with Pat.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES is renewed for a 56th season.

TeaTV lets people watch seemingly pirated content from HBO or Netflix for free with ads.

 

AN AERIAL VIEW OF A SHEEPDOG as it demonstrates fluid mechanics.

A FLORIDA DOG put a car into reverse and drove it in circles for nearly an hour.

A WOMAN patiently befriends a stray cat.

MALAYSIA's last Sumatran rhinoceros dies.

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The Replacements, Mountain Goats, Foxing, Steel Wheels, Chonky Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, November 22, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE REPLACEMENTS! The original quartet, opening for X in Mpls in October '83.  Your setlist includes: "I'm In Trouble," "Kids Don't Follow," a lounge version of "F*** School," "Color Me Impressed," and "Sixteen Blue."  BONUS: The A.V. Club's primer to Paul Westerberg and the Replacements.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS visit KEXP.

FOXING plays a Tiny Desk Conert.

THE STEEL WHEELS play the Mountain Stage.

THE NATIONAL shares a short documentary on the late, legendary concert taper Mike “The Mike” Millard.

 

DESTROYER shares a video for “It Just Doesn’t Happen.”

KIM GORDON talks to The Quietus.

NEIL YOUNG has quit Facebook.

SQUEEZE Co-Founders Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook Talk 45 Years of Writing Hits.

SLEATER-KINNEY: Janet Weiss talks about her exit from the band.

THE 100 BEST ALBUMS of the 2010s, according to Noisey.

 

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Frozen II, which is currently scoring 77 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, currently scoring 97 percent; and 21 Bridges, scoring 35 percent.

THE INDEPENDENT SPIRIT AWARDS nominations went to these folks.

SCOOTER BRAUN addresses the Taylor Swift feud.

CATS has a second weird trailer online.

FANTASY ISLAND, now a Blumhouse horror flick, has a trailer online.

BEN AFFLECK will direct King Leopold's Ghost, a fact-based drama about the plunder of the Congo by Belgium's King Leopold II in the late 1800s.

HARRISON FORD could soon be taking on the first regular television role of his career.

PHOEBE WALLER-BRIDGE talks books with the New York Times.

 

IF DUCKS can do the zipper merge, so can you.

VIKTOR THE CAT was too chonky to fly, spawning an elaborate hoax.

WHEN YOU'RE SO UPSET that storming out of the room once isn't enough.

'JUST SO YOU KNOW, I'm fine with 'good morning'."

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Mavericks, Jesca Hoop, Sonny Landreth, DBT, Cat Reunion   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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BILLY PAUL: "Me and Mrs. Jones." Got a thing going on.

THE MAVERICKS play the AmericanaFest Day Stage.

JESCA HOOP visits WFUV Studio A.

SONNY LANDRETH plays World Cafe.

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS return with “Armageddon’s Back In Town.”

 

DAVID BYRNE performs “Road To Nowhere” with the cast of American Utopia on Fallon.

McCARTNEY's 10 BEST SOLO TRACKS, according to NME

THE WORLD'S LARGEST BABY JESUS STATUE? Or Phil Collins?

THE GRAMMY nominees are announced.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Meco's utterly ridiculous disco cash-in novelty "'Star Wars' Theme/Cantina Band."

 

DANIEL CRAIG  has confirmed that next year's No Time To Die will be his last film as James Bond.

THE MISTER ROGERS No One Saw.

FELICITY HUFFMAN wants to work with incarcerated women as part of her community service program.

HARRY, MEGHAN, WILLIAM & KATE: Inside the royal rift.

THE JOKER is not getting a sequel... yet.

BRAD PITT is not dating Arrested Development's Alia Shawka.

THE TOP 100 MOVIES of the 2010s, according to The A.V. Club.

FX's A CHRISTMAS CAROL has a trailer online.

 

CAT REUNIONS are different from dog reunions.

"I SAID NO, BARRY!"

DONKEY IN A HAMMOCK, I know, I know, it's serious.

RESPECT THE HUSTLE of Soda Can Raccoon and Murder Cat.

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Bleached, The Head and the Heart, Joan Shelley, Falling Bear   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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MARTI JONES & TIM LEE (The Windbreakers) cover The dB's classic, "Neverland." With Beatle Bob cameo.

BLEACHED visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

THE HEAD AND THE HEART visits World Cafe and does an audience Q & A.

JOAN SHELLEY guest DJs All Songs Considered, with tracks from her, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, June Tabor, and more.

 

SHARON VAN ETTEN & JEFF GOLDBLUM perform "Let's Face The Music And Dance" on Kimmel.

PETE TOWNSHEND talks to World Cafe about his novel, Tommy, and more.

THE ORDINARY BRILLIANCE of Big Thief.

STEELY DAN's Aja is the 25th album that changed Terry Teachout's life.

THE TEN GREATEST BASS LINES, according to NME.

 

STAR TREK: The next movie will be written and directed by... Noah Hawley (Legion, Fargo).

EMILIA CLARKE talks about all that nudity on Game of Thrones.

HARRY POTTER's playground romance.

VICTORIA'S SECRET Angels may go extinct.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF ROYAL FIXATION, from Will & Kate to The Crown.

DAVID FINCHER & ROBERT TOWNE are cooking up a Chinatown prequel for Netflix.

LORD OF THE RINGS: Amazon is already greenlighting a second season during pre-production of the first.

THE IRISHMAN has a final trailer online.

 

DOGS in a lineup.

THE SOUND of 100 duck feet marching in unison.

THREE MEN catch a falling bear.

TERRIFIED COWS run for their lives as a Florida man leads deputies on a chase through a cattle field.

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Son Volt, Black Mountain, Michael Kiwanuka, Cave Rescue   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE SMITHEREENS: Pat DiNizio sings "In a Lonely Place" with Suzanne Vega and "Blue Period" with Belinda Carlisle. A duo of duets for Twofer Tuesday.

SON VOLT, Live at the Fine Line Music Cafe in Mpls.

BLACK MOUNTAIN visits KEXP.

MICHAEL KIWANUKA visits WFUV's Studio A.

GUIDED BY VOICES shares "Heavy Like The World."

 

ANDY SCHAUF shares a video for "Try Again."

TEENAGE FANCLUB: Gerry Love talks to The Scotsman about leaving the band.

THE 25 BEST MUSIC VIDEOS of the 2010s, according to Paste.

THE TOP TEN BEATLES BOOKS, according to Rolling Stone.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Emotions' ebullient soul-disco classic "Best Of My Love," the song that opened up Boogie Nights.

 

MOVIE THEATERS: The federal consent decree ruling the biz since the 1940s is going away.

TAYLOR SWIFT will get to play her old songs at the American Music Awards.

EDDIE VAN HALEN  is home after a few rough days in a hospital with reported complications from his cancer treatment.

KYLIE JENNER is selling a 51 percent stake of her Kylie Cosmetics line to Coty for 600MM.

JENNIFER LOPEZ is profiled by GQ.

FLORENCE PUGH & BEANIE FEDSTEIN interview each other about Little Women, Booksmart, and more.

ALAN MOORE: A resurfaced 2017 interview tops Scorsese when it comes to superhero movies.

 

A DOGGO, rescued from a 20-foot deep cave.

THE BIG BOY doesn't need help.

A CAMEL, A COW, AND A DONKEY, roaming together along a Kansas road in a grouping reminiscent of a Midwestern Christmas Nativity scene.

A 40-LB PYTHON was hiding in a spa ceiling for a decade.

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