After winning an Oscar for Scott Cooper's "Crazy Heart," Ryan Bingham will write new songs for the director's upcoming "Hostiles."
Vera Farmiga is set to star in relationship comedy "Prima," which was written by Evan Greenberg ("Sex Farce"), who will also direct. "Prima" (aka "Dance of the Mirlitons") turns on 12-year-old Jesse…
Imogen Poots will star in indie comedy-drama “A Country Called Home” with Nicolas Gonda (“Tree of Life”) on board to produce. Anna Axster will direct from her own screenplay, which centers on a jaded…
Ask a Neil Young fan to describe the keys to understanding his music, and one is likely to hear about his songwriting brilliance, his electric guitar heroics, his incisive views on the victories and…
FX has helped set the bar pretty high for moody crime dramas, and held up against that standard, "The Bridge" simply doesn't measure up. Infused with gritty atmosphere and an intriguing setting — set…
EMI Nashville president-CEO Mike Dungan is exiting the country powerhouse for Universal Music Group Nashville, where he will take over as chairman-CEO, an informed source confirms.
Jeff Bridges, who scored his 2010 Oscar for "Crazy Heart" as country singer Bad Blake, has inked a recording contract with Blue Note Records.
The final tallies for the 53rd Grammy Awards began to take shape Sunday afternoon, as many of the top nominees collected kudos at the pre-telecast ceremony at the L.A. Convention Center.
Country music had a big night at Sunday's 53rd Grammy Awards, as top-selling trio Lady Antebellum took five of its six nominated categories, including country album, record and song of the year.
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