Monthly Archive for: "June, 2019"

Johnny Cash Documentary is going to YouTube [watch]

“The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash,” directed by Thom Zimny, looks back on Cash’s artistic triumphs, as well as his personal struggles, including his battle with addiction. It features recently discovered archival footage, as well as interviews with family, friends and collaborators. The 90-minute doc will screen at the 50th Annual Nashville Film Festival […]

A PA Masterpiece: Yuengling + Hershey’s = ???

There’s some good news if you’re someone who loves beer and chocolate. Hershey’s has teamed with Pottsville, Pennsylvania-based Yuengling, the oldest brewery in the country, for a new chocolate porter. Yuengling Hershey’s Chocolate Porter is set to hit taps in bars and restaurants in 22 states later this month. And if it sounds good don’t […]

The Police are in Reissue mode with a new box set on the way

The Police are reissuing all of their studio albums and then some with a new box set. “Every Move You Make: The Studio Recordings” is due for release on November 8th. Rather than the 40th-anniversary vinyl box set of the same name, this release is a limited, six-CD edition featuring all five of The Police’s […]

Siegfried and Roy biopic coming to theaters

The life story of magicians and entertainers Siegfried and Roy is coming to the big screen. Long in development (originally as a TV production), the upcoming biopic from German director Michael Bully Herbig will explore the history of Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Uwe Horn, who met on a cruise ship in 1960. Driven by their […]

The Boss is releasing a new album for his new movie

Bruce Springsteen is set to release a companion movie to his recent solo album “Western Stars,” and now that movie will be accompanied by its very own soundtrack. The soundtrack includes every song from Springsteen’s most recent studio album of the same name, as well as a cover of Glen Campbell’s “Rhinestone Cowboy.” Pre-orders for […]