Day one of Sundance is normally “set up” day.
And this year is true to form, as all of the various venues in Park City, Utah, are finalizing their looks for the next week of movies, concerts and dinners.
The famed Egyptian Theater, which hosts many of the film premiers during the festival, was home to the opening press conference on Thursday, where Robert Redford, the founder of the Sundance Film Festival, addressed this year’s crop of documentaries and films.
Perhaps instead of an election we should just have a sing-off.
During a campaign appearance Thursday night at the famed Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, President Barack Obama got the crowd cheering with a tune.
After legendary soul singer Rev. Al Green performed, the Commander-in-Chief took the stage and crooned a few lines of Green's hit song "Let's Stay Together." FULL POST
Bruce Springsteen is ready to wreck.
The Boss is dropping his 17th studio effort, "Wrecking Ball," on March 6, and has pushed out the music video to the album's first single, "We Take Care of Our Own."
If you watch it, you'll notice that Springsteen wants to make sure you catch what he's saying: The lyrics flash across the screen as he sings in the background, "Wherever this flag's flown/we take care of our own/from Chicago to New Orleans, from the muscle to the bone/from the shotgun shack to the Super Dome/There ain't no help, the Calvary stayed home/There ain't no one hearing the bugle blowin'/we take care of our own."
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