Listen to a song from the Ghost Brothers of Darkland County soundtrack performed by Ryan Bingham.
A “Southern gothic supernatural musical” may sound like one of the worst possible combinations of words, but the upcoming Ghost Brothers Of Darkland County has some legitimate bona fides: T Bone Burnett is supervising the music, John Mellencamp wrote the music and lyrics, and Stephen King penned the libretto. Show More Summary
I haven’t seen the Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the collaboration by horror author Stephen King and, roots-rocker John Mellencamp and Americana godfather and singer/songwriter T Bone Burnett, but if the soundtrack gives us any insight into the Southern Gothic musical it’s going to be a killer.(heh) I already posted an Elvis Costello cut [...]Show More Summary
It’s incredibly difficult to figure out how stuff like this even happens, but the unlikely trio of Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T-Bone Burnett have mobbed up to make a musical called Ghost Brothers Of Darkland County. The musical’s soundtrack has an all-star list of contributors that includes Elvis Costello, Kris Kristofferson, and Roseanne Cash. [...]
John Melloncamp, Stephen King and T Bone Burnett have teamed up on Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, an album featuring contributions from Elvis Costello, Ryan Bingham and more. Today we get what I’m sure is the best cut from the record, Neko Case singing “That’s Who I Am.”
Shuler Hensley (far left) led the cast of the Atlanta debut of "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County." Photo: Greg Mooney. Since its spring 2012 debut at the Alliance Theatre, “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County” has gone through significant...Show More Summary
The soundtrack for ‘Ghost Brothers of Darkland County’, written by Stephen King and John Mellencamp, has been recorded and is due out in March. News by Dean Fetzer Some thirteen years ago, musician John Mellancamp discovered his cabin in Indiana was supposed to be haunted by two brothers who fought over a woman. Show More Summary
A horrific musical with star-studded victims.
The songs from "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County," a musical by Stephen King and John Mellencamp, will be released on an album in the spring.
For 13 years, the unlikely duo of John Mellencamp and Stephen King have been hard at work creating their long-in-the-making musical Ghost Brothers Of Darkland County. After many rewrites and brainstorming sessions, the "Southern gothic musical" really is near completion, with an official soundtrack hitting stores March 19, 2013. Show More Summary
I’m not what you would call a fan of musicals (though I do have a soft spot for The Sound of Music) but I am intrigued by the Gothic musical Ghost Brothers of Darkland County CD release. The rresult of a more than a decade long project between horror-rock master (and Americana music fan ) [...]
As if Stephen King didn't have enough on his plate, now he is doing musicals. Ghost Brothers of Darkland County is a collaboration between King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett to bring to life a story inspired by the tale of a deadly...Show More Summary
Susan V. Booth, artistic director at the Alliance and director of the Atlanta debut of "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County," sat with Stephen King, John Mellencamp and T Bone Burnett last December for a press conference about the musical. Show More Summary
A collaboration between Stephen King, John Mellencamp and T’Bone Burnett, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County debuted earlier this month at the Alliance Theatre in Midtown Atlanta. In fact, Atlanta was lucky enough to be the premiere city for Ghost Brothers. And I was lucky enough to be invited by the Alliance Theatre to attend one [...]
Last Tuesday night, a man who had never performed in a play in his life stepped in front of 750 people and into the lead role of a major new musical by Stephen King and John Mellencamp.
"Ghost Brothers of Darkland County," a musical by Stephen King and John Mellencamp, opens in Atlanta.
"Ghost Brothers of Darkland County,” an eerie yarn by King with songs from rocker Mellencamp, opened this week at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre.
John Mellencamp and Stephen King have been talking about their stage collaboration, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, for the better part of a dozen years. During that time, Ingmar Bergman muse and film/stage director Liv Ullmann said "thanks but no thanks" to the project, and one previously scheduled opening date, ... More »
Let’s start by saying this is not a review of “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County.” That will come next week in the AJC after this initial week of previews, which are open to the public. Official opening night is April 11. But given...Show More Summary
If you are anywhere near the music or theater world in Atlanta, then you’ve been hearing about Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the haunting Southern gothic music created by John Mellencamp, Stephen King and T Bone Burnett. Members of the cast have been playing around town at venerable venues like...