-- California gurls (Katy Perry, featuring Snoop Dogg)
-- Somebody to love remix (Justin Bieber, featuring Usher)
-- Gettin' over you (David Guetta & Chris Willis, featuring Fergie & LMFAO)
-- Rock that body (the Black Eyed Peas)
-- Bulletproof (La Roux)
-- Alejandro (Lady Gaga)
-- Cooler than me (Mike Posner)
-- Billionaire (Travie McCoy, featuring Bruno Mars)
-- Ridin' solo (Jason Derulo)
-- Impossible (Shontelle)
-- Pray for you (Jaron and the Long Road to Love)
-- This afternoon (Nickelback)
Music from the television series.
-- Gives you hell
-- One less bell to answer ; A house is not a home (featuring Kristin Chenoweth)
-- Physical (featuring Olivia Newton-John)
-- Total eclipse of the heart (featuring Jonathan Groff)
-- Lady is a tramp
-- Dream on (featuring Neil Patrick Harris)
-- Safety dance
-- I dreamed a dream (featuring Idina Menzel)
-- Give up the funk
-- Bad romance.
1) Stay the night
3) Best laid plans
4) So far gone
5) No tears
7) These are the words
8) Calling out your name
9) Heart of gold
10) I'll be your man
11) If time is all I have
12) Turn me on
Founded in Los Angeles in 1997 by the Irish expatriate Dave King, Flogging Molly got its start (and its name) from a local Hollywood bar called Molly Malone's, where each week the band performed, grew their following, and laid down the blueprint for its eventual success. As every member of Flogging Molly will emphatically explain, there were no predetermined expectations for the band's sound. From week to week, as the crowds and the set list grew, the sound simply evolved organically.
The Big Damn Band is very much a family affair, with the good reverend on finger-style resonator guitar and lead vocals, his wife “Washboard” Breezy Peyton on washboard and vocals, and distant cousin Aaron “Cuz” Persinger on drums and bucket. The band’s home base is deep in the hills of Southern Indiana’s Brown County, which boasts a population of 14,957. (Or 14,954 when the band’s out on the road playing close to 250 gigs a year, including appearances at the Austin City Limits festival and tours with Flogging Molly, Derek Trucks, and Clutch.)
Fox Searchlight Picture’s December 2007 coming-of-age comedy Juno, directed by Jason Reitman (Thank You For Smoking). The narrative centers on whip-smart Juno (Ellen Page, in a breakthrough role), a teenage girl faced with an unplanned pregnancy from an afternoon with the charmingly unassuming Bleeker (Michael Cera). Juno finds her unborn baby the perfect set of parents in Mark and Vanessa Loring (Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner), an affluent suburban couple who are eager to adopt. Along with the total support of her parents (Allison Janney and J.K.
After a series of jobs waitressing and typing, Iris Dement first began composing songs at the age of 25. Honing her skills at open-mic nights, in 1988 she moved to Nashville, where she contacted producer Jim Rooney, who helped her land a record contract. Dement did not make her recording debut until 1992, when her independent label offering, Infamous Angel, won almost universal acclaim thanks to her pure, evocative vocal style and spare, heartfelt songcraft.
The soundtrack of the 2010 film, Crazy Heart, starring Jeff Bridges and Maggie Gyllenhaal: The powerful story of a country music star's rocky road to redemption. Bad Blake is a boozy, broken-down singer who reaches for salvation with the help of Jean, a journalist who discovers the real man behind the music. But will Bad's hard-livin' ways and crazy heart cost him his last chance at a comeback? Find the DVD in our catalog.
Alexi Murdoch's intimate, wintry songwriting dominates this soundtrack, which takes the bulk of its tracks from his breakthrough album, TIME WITHOUT CONSEQUENCE. Bob Dylan, George Harrison, the Stranglers, and the Velvet Underground are all awarded one song each, but the emphasis rarely strays from Murdoch's fingerpicked guitar and solemn vocals, resulting in a consistent vibe that almost functions like a movie score. While the songwriter also contributes three unreleased songs to the project, AWAY WE GO might be too reminiscent of his existing albums to appeal anew to most Murdoch fans.