Fiona Apple sings a 19th century murder ballad. Read more articles like "New: Fiona Apple & Sean Watkins – “Banks of the Ohio”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post New: Fiona Apple & Sean Watkins – “Banks of the Ohio” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Flannery O’Connor remains one of my favorite fiction authors to this day, so you can bet that murder ballads are one of my favorite relics of American lore. “Banks Of The Ohio,” a 19th century murder ballad made famous when Joan Baez covered it in 1961, follows a fairly standard narrative: Man loves woman, woman [...]
The two singer-songwriters offer up a lovely take on the bluegrass standard.
Saturday Night Live will celebrate its 40th anniversary this Sunday night, and the list of musical guest stars is absolutely insane. The special will take place over the course of three and a half hours and will feature appearances by 50 Cent, Arcade Fire, Backstreet Boys, Elvis Costello, Debbie Harry, Paul Simon, Fiona Apple, Jack [...]
Jack White, Fiona Apple, Arcade Fire, and Kanye West are among the artists set to appear.
The latest season of American Horror Story has been all about the music, taking a page from series creator Ryan Murphy’s other show Glee. So far this season, we’ve heard takes on David Bowie, Fiona Apple, and Lana Del Rey, and now cast member Evan Peters offers a rendition of Nirvana’s “Come As You Are.” [...]
Sounds like: Dr. Dre, LL Cool J, Fiona Apple Song: 2Pac x Banks - Thugz Drowning (Carlos Serrano Mix) What's so good? Who would have thought that one of hip-hop's legends would blend well with one of today's hottest up-and-coming pop...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Lykke Li, Nina Simone, Fiona Apple, Leonard Cohen, Ellie Goulding Song: Lana Del Rey - Brooklyn Baby (Monsieur Adi Remix) What's so good? This isn't the first time Lana Del Rey and French DJ/producer Monsieur Adi have met. Show More Summary
Soul/jazz vocalist Shayna Steele has decided to not only come out with a new single, but cover a personal favorite of hers, this time Fiona Apple. Steele went into the studio to record “Paper Bag”, a song from Apple’s album When the Pawn Hits the Conflicts He Thinks like a King What He Knows Throws […]
Blake Mills w/ Fiona Apple at LPR earlier this month (more by Amanda Hatfield) King Tuff @ Knitting Factory 2011 (more by Jessica Amaya) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are...
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It's the theme song for Showtime's The Affair. Read more articles like "Fiona Apple Shares “Container”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Fiona Apple Shares “Container” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
New music from Fiona Apple is always welcome news, even when it comes in the form of a much-too-short TV theme song. For Showtime’s upcoming new series The Affair—which centers on an adulterous relationship and its consequences—Apple...Show More Summary
It’s not often that television theme songs are cause for excitement, but when Fiona Apple releases new music (we’re… Read More
Here are the eerie title credits for Showtime’s adultery drama The Affair, starring Ruth Wilson and Dominic West, and featuring a brand new song from Fiona Apple called "Container." "My voice it made an avalanche and buried a man I never knew, and when he died his widowed bride met... More »
Cripes, I haven't even done anything wrong, and I feel dirty.
The main title sequence for Showtime's new series The Affair will feature music from a familiar voice: Grammy-winning Fiona Apple. Apple's "Container" is an unreleased song she resurrected and revamped for The Affair after show creator...Show More Summary
Showtime's new drama "The Affair" has enlisted Fiona Apple to create an original song for the show's opening credits, which you can watch above.Apple's song is called "Container," and it and the moody shots of waves and sand set an appropriately downbeat tone for what's to come. Show More Summary
The theme song for Showtime’s new show The Affair is written and performed by Fiona Apple. The song is called “Container” and was produced by frequent collaborator and tourmate Blake Mills. (Incidentally, Apple joined him last night for a few songs at Mills’ show in NYC.) In a statement, show creator and executive producer Sarah [...]
Apple's previously unheard song will soundtrack the show's main title sequence.