Photo by Sean Evans Who knew Thom Yorke was such as theater kid? Pitchfork reports that the Radiohead frontman will be composing an original score for the play Old Times by Harold Pinter presented by the Roundabout Theater Company. Douglas Hodge is set to direct the production feauturing the cast of Clive Owen, Eve Best, and Kelly Reilly. Show More Summary
Thom Yorke is making his Broadway debut – behind the curtain, anyway. The Radiohead mastermind composed an original score for the Roundabout Theater Company revival of Harold Pinter's 1971 play, Old Times, which will open in October at New York's American Airlines Theater, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Yorke wrote the score...
Thom Yorke, the frontman for influential rock band Radiohead, has signed on to write original music for the upcoming Broadway revival of "Old Times" starring Clive Owen. Because Harold Pinter's "Old Times" is a play rather than a musical, Yorke's music will operate as transitional tunes between...
"I've enjoyed exploring through music the script's themes of love and memory as well as Harold Pinter's rhythms, twists and turns," the Radiohead frontman said in a statement.
Thom Yorke, the singer best known for his work with Radiohead, is headed to Broadway in the fall. The Grammy-winning vocalist, whose whirlwind voice glides across octaves with an oft-wondrous liquidity on albums including "OK Computer," "Kid A" and "The King of Limbs," is working with the respected...
Radiohead's Thom Yorke will compose music for Roundabout Theater Company's production of Harold Pinter's "Old Times."
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photos and words by Sachyn Mital Philip Selway @ Music Hall of Williamsburg 8/6/2015 Philip Selway is one of the nicest folks on stage and off. Mingling with fans before and after his August 6 show at Music Hall of...
Touring as a solo act, Radiohead drummer Philip Selway has returned to the kinds of venues the iconic rock band left behind long ago.
Betting was recently suspended by U.K. bookmaker William Hill on the identity of the singer of the theme song for the next James Bond film, Spectre, after an attempt to place 15,000 pounds on Thom Yorke and Radiohead. Speculation over...Show More Summary
Radiohead's "My Iron Lung" + The Seinfeld theme song = A mashup about nothing?
What’s the deal with mashups? Well, the internet is a vast ocean of possibilities. Sometimes things come together perfectly and it makes total sense why they have been mashed up. Other times, things don’t really add up but the result still works in its own, weird way. Show More Summary
Remember those U.K.-based bookies we keep hearing about? They were the ones placing bets on who the new James Bond would be after Daniel Craig, naming Homeland's Damian Lewis as the frontrunner. Well, these folks are now doing the same with who will eventually come to perform the theme song for Spectre â?? or, at least, they were. Show More Summary
An anonymous party recently placed a £15,000 bet on the UK outfit.
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While the members of On A Friday, the band that later became Radiohead, were on a break as they attended college, Thom Yorke was a member of a band called Headless Chickens. This is a video of a circa-1989 performance by the band of "High and Dry", a song that later on Radiohead's second album, The Bends, released in 1995. Tags: music Radiohead Thom Yorke video
Smashing Pumpkins frontman also praised Josh Homme and Royal Blood.
Digg takes us through the history of strange and unusual lifeforms in science fiction flicks, from Gort to Groot and everyone in between, backed appropriately by Radiohead’s Subterranean Homesick Alien.
Digg takes a journey through time and space and all the aliens to grace celluloid, accompanied by Radiohead's Subterranean Homesick Alien. Read the rest
Thom Yorke hinted that he'd be a surprise performer at this weekend's Latitude Festival, but the Radiohead singer had more in store for the Suffolk, England fest than just his first concert of 2015: Yorke appeared onstage during Portishead's Saturday set to join in on "The Rip" off the band's 2008...