From the pages of the New York Daily News comes the news that Walter White will play blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo. “The movie will trace the life of Trumbo, who was the highest-paid screenwriter in the world before he was jailed for refusing an interrogation from Congress' Un-American Activities Committee.” Read more:
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It Stoned Me
Also in the News “Graham Nash talks sex, drugs and music and the stories behind the music of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. “Take the night in 1969 when the band’s eponymously named first album, “Crosby, Stills & Nash” (“Wooden Ships,” “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”) was still in the offing and they joined Joni Mitchell and Kris Kristofferson at Johnny Cash’s Nashville mansion for a party honoring Bob Dylan.
It was just another evening of gold cutlery and reigning music royalty until Cash stood and announced that the family tradition was “you have to sing for your supper.” Dylan, who hadn’t been heard from in a year after his motorcycle accident, rose up and crooned a new song, “Lay Lady Lay.” The table was in tears.” Read more:
David Crosby keeps the music going with his son and Graham Nash
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The Band Is Back
Robbie Robertson has a Box Set he’d like you to hear. And it’s pretty awesome! Listen to Robbie…
More news on the Band’s new release from The Wrap
And that’s a wrap see you next week.