This week in The Ticket – and your plugs
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy: ahead of his Irish tour, Will Oldham talks about his one-new-album-a-year recording schedule and his man-love for Merle Haggard, Leonary Cohen and, yes, R. Kelly The Magic Numbers: Lauren Murphy does the math with the two sets …
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy: ahead of his Irish tour, Will Oldham talks about his one-new-album-a-year recording schedule and his man-love for Merle Haggard, Leonary Cohen and, yes, R. Kelly
The Magic Numbers: Lauren Murphy does the math with the two sets of brothers and sisters as they limber up for their third album
Back to the 1980s: A look at Hollywood’s obsession with the 1980s via remakes of Wall Street, Nightmare on Elm Street, Red Dawn, Clash of The Titans and The A Team.
Plus: reviews of music releases from Andy Cutting (CD of the Week for the English folk musician’s solo debut), Tom Jones, Sheryl Crow, Macy Gracy, I Am Arrows, Fang Island, MIke Oldfield, The John Henrys, “Shangaan Electro”, Lee Knotizand others, and new movies on the block including Splice, Baaria, The Rebound, The Colony, City Island and Baraka.
All this and more in The Ticket, in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.
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