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It's hard to listen to this song without tearing up.
Sharon Van Etten has released “Not Myself,” a song written for the victims of the Orlando shooting at Pulse nightclub’s Latin Night on June 12, 2016. Beyond its topicality and elegiac tone, the song itself was made with the aim of contributing to actual change, with proceeds going to the Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, which is […]
"It’s about being safe and being able to be yourself."
Moved to action by the Orlando nightclub shooting earlier this summer, musician Sharon Van Etten joins other musical tributes by writing and recording the warm, somber song “Not Myself” in memory of the 49 LGBTQ clubgoers who died and the 53 who were wounded at Pulse nightclub on June 12. ... More »
"In the memory of those trying to be safe and be themselves, I hope we can all come together to help prevent another massacre like this and end gun violence. " - Sharon Van Etten Continue reading…
Sharon Van Etten has shared a new song called “Not Myself.” It is dedicated to the memory of the victims of the June shooting at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub. Proceeds from the track will go to support the work of Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund. Show More Summary
Sharon Van Etten has shared a new track called “Not Myself” that was written for the victims of the Orlando night club shooting that happened earlier this year. Proceeds from the track will be donated to the Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund. Here’s Van Etten’s note about the song: I was home with my […]
Sharon Van Etten is releasing a new single “Not Myself” in memory of the victims of Orlando and to support the work of Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund. “Not Myself” is available via all digital service providers, including Bandcamp,...Show More Summary
Sharon Van Etten has scored a new film called Strange Weather. It’s directed by Katherine Dieckmann (Motherhood, Diggers, “The Adventures of Pete & Pete”) and stars Holly Hunter, Carrie Coon, and Kim Coates. The film’s bio describesShow More Summary
Sharon Van Etten recently contributed to the Squidbillies soundtrack and covered the Flaming Lips for the Amazon series Gortimer Gibbon’s Life On Normal Street, so it comes as no great surprise that she scored her first film, Strange Weather, this year on top of those other projects, as Film Music Reporter points out. The forthcoming […]
As they have been for a while now, Adult Swim cartoon Squidbillies has been rounding up some music notables to cover their theme song. So far this year, we’ve heard renditions from Father John Misty and Kurt Vile, and this week’s cover comes courtesy of Sharon Van Etten. You can watch her record and perform […]
In honor of the Adult Swim series' 10th season.
Father John Misty and Kurt Vile have already shared their covers of the “Squidbillies” theme song for the Adult Swim cartoon’s 10th season. Now, Sharon Van Etten has done her cover of the theme. Watch her record and perform it below. The “Squidbillies” theme is Sharon Van Etten’s second cover this month. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Sharon Van Etten, Neko Case Song: Soffia Bjorg - I Lie What's so good? Sticking with the feel of rock drums, Soffia Bjorg's newest tune "I Lie" is another killer. This badass song is full of a whole lotta attitude, andShow More Summary
After several nights of this convention crap, our eyes and ears and general faces have somewhat glazed over. We are Instacarting vodka and occasionally just screaming “Oh god, these people are horrible! Why are they all so horrible?” into the void (aka Twitter). But then, last night, like a beautiful breath of fresh air, came
Tiger Blood of the Daily Beast has an interesting scoop: A multi-level marketer who peddles pseudoscience—and whose product is endorsed by America’s leading conspiracy theorist—is scheduled to speak in a primetime slot Wednesday at the Republican National Convention. Show More Summary
If you haven’t heard of RNC speaker Michelle Van Etten, it might be because you’re sane. Van Etten, reports The Daily Beast, is the owner of Youngevity, a company that sells nutritional supplements that Van Etten improbably claims improve health and even fight cancer. This article was originally...
Van Etten, 42, revealed on Monday that, actually, she has zero employees as a "multi-level marketer" at a dubious nutritional company.