photo: Django Django @ Bonnaroo 2013 (more by Dana [distortion] Yavin) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Culture Club @ Beacon Theater The original lineup of '80s icons...
Django Django will be in North America next week, including NYC's Webster Hall on July 28 with Beat Connection opening. Tickets are still available. It's part of a short summer trip but the band will be back this fall...
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Willie Nelson is a lot like Lil John for me in the sense that I prefer him when he appears on other people’s albums rather than listening to his albums. Merle Haggard on the other hand, I could listen to Merle on repeat forever. Django & Jimmie marks the sixth time these two have collaborated […]
How embarrassing. We are ashamed of Kevin Jackson and his ilk. Even the white girls are laughing at his level of sellout-Stephen (Django) esque behavior.
El Rey Network is taking Mondays off the humdrum, ‘I hate Mondays’ list and transforming it into Brass Knuckle Monday with a series of seriously ass-kicking movies that range from entries in the original Django series to Mario Bava’s...Show More Summary
In Scenic Routes, Mike D’Angelo looks at key scenes, explaining how they work and what they mean. When Quentin Tarantino was doing press for Django Unchained a few years ago, he mentioned that the scenes involving the Ku Klax Klan were...Show More Summary
Django Django's Dave Maclean And Brother John On Making Michael Fassbender Western 'Slow West'
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Country legends Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard have made their way back to the top of the heap. Their duets album, Django and Jimmie, has debuted at Number One on the Billboard Country Albums chart, and in the Number Seven spot on the all-genre Billboard 200. Produced by Buddy Cannon and...
Willie Nelson celebrated his eighty-second birthday in April, just a few weeks after his fellow-country-music icon Merle Haggard turned seventy-eight. On their new record, “Django & Jimmie,” the pair’s third album duo and their first since 1987’s “Seashores of Old Mexico,” the longtime friends sing several new songs and a clutch of old ones. Show More Summary
Think of the last place you'd expect to see Jamie Foxx getting turnt -- and you still wouldn't guess Whitefish, Montana... but that IS where he made a surprise performance. Jamie ruled the crowd at Casey's bar in the…
33 years after they first hit #1 with "Pancho & Lefty," iconic duo is set to debut at the top spot once again. The post Willie & Merle’s “Django & Jimmie” Set For #1 appeared first on RoughStock.
New releases include Billy Currington’s “Summer Forever,” “Django and Jimmie” from Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard, “Shuteye” from Logan Brill and “Simply” from K.T. Oslin.” The post The Weekly New Release Report: June 3, 2015 appeared first on RoughStock.
When Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard last got together in a recording studio, it was with their fellow country music veteran Ray Price for the 2007 album "Last of the Breed."
This is as much an endorsement of the film as of this song, a bright instrumental guitar piece from British band Django Django, from its soundtrack. Slow West is a gorgeous and strange Western that feels odd and almost slight—its grim story is overtaken by a powerfully weird tone—until days after you’ve seen it. Then […]
Willie and Merle coined the modern country-bromance LP with their 1983 hit Pancho & Lefty; their latest looks back. The title — referring to Django Reinhardt and Jimmie Rodgers, major influences on both men — suggests a rich dig into country archaeology à la Haggard's 1970 Bob Wills tribute. Instead, we get a...
Another charming, behind-the-scenes music videos in a series showing Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard working on their new collaboration ‘Django and Jimmie’ at Willie’s studio in Luck, Texas. Thats Django as in the legendary gypsy-jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and Jimmie as in Jimmie Rodgers, the vaudevillian dandy turned mythic “Singing Brakeman.” Each a personal musical [...]