"It comes from the sounds," he said. "If there's anything that's mystical about the whole experience, it's the creating of
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After majoring in opera at the University of North Texas, Cusack got a job singing and dancing on the MS Queen Elizabeth
Sitting in the Steve Martin/Edie Brickell bluegrass musical Bright Star I knew the show would divide critics, but I also knew that it was impossible to leave and not at least respect the work of choreographer Josh Rhodes.
Working with Steve Martin, a not so wild and crazy guy in his current incarnation as Americana icon, the two have composed country songs for a band that plays from inside an A-frame house.
"They're like oil and vinegar." We're all familiar with this expression and it couldn't be more accurate when it comes to the relationship between a stepmother and her teen stepdaughter. The conflict can take a toll, creating tension in father-daughter relationships.The fathers don't make it any easier.
Conversations with Peter Asher, Denny Laine, Big Star's Jody Stephens and Red's Michael Barnes, Plus Rachael Sage & Judy Collins and Goodnight, Texas Exclusives
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Edie Brickell and Paul Simon released a sweet duet, "Like To Get To Know You," only two days after appearing in court to
PBS is making it a lot easier to see Steve Martin strum his banjo. Martin's banjo playing is the stuff of legend, and now
My beautiful Christian intellectual girl had a capacity for lust -- and not toward me! -- that I thought was off-limits. It was the sort of sin I was constantly beating myself up over, and to voice it in mixed company!
If you tuned in to watch "Girls" on Sunday (Jan. 19), you probably cringed (and laughed) a lot as Marnie covered Edie Brickell's
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