JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE TO APPEAR ON A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION AND HBO’S “TREME” THIS WEEKEND
Set your radios and DVRs for this weekend. Saturday, Justin Townes Earle will appear on Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. A longtime public radio favorite, PHC live this weekend from NYC’s Town Hall. Justin appears along with Broadway actress Kate Beahen and folk singer Heather Masse. Check HERE for local listings and airtimes
Sunday, Justin appears – and performs – on HBO’s Treme.
We can't say a ton, but here's what we can tell you: Justin appears on the episode with his dad, Steve Earle. There's acting. There's performing. And it all starts Sunday night at 10pm EST/9pm CST on HBO.
Treme is the latest effort from David Simon and Eric Overmyer, collaborators on TV shows like The Wire and Homicide: Life on the Street. Set in post-Katrina New Orleans, Treme looks at ordinary people as they try to rebuild their lives, homes, and culture in the aftermath of the hurricane. The series has boasted quite a few amazing musical guests, including Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint, Dr. John, Galactic, Kermit Ruffins, and the Rebirth Brass Band.
If that weren't enough, check out JTE talking clothes, picking out clothes and just being stylish in THIS Barking Irons video
Finally, in mid-May, Justin is heading into the studio to make the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2009 record Midnight at the Movies.
A few weeks ago, Nan and Rob appeared on Chicago's own talk show The Interview Show in front of, as they say in the TV biz, a LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE (or, in this case, The Hideout).
Now it's been edited and posted on the Huffington Post. Have a gander at Nan's silver space lady boots and purple hair. Marvel at the oddly placed microphone that hides most of Rob's face, but not his dry wit. Listen as they talk of the cruel vicissitudes of the music racket and check out the Blacks performance
See it HERE.
Set your TV sets to stun!
Andre will be interviewed and perform on WTTW's CHICAGO TONIGHT (Channel 11--that's PBS, kids) tonight May 13th at 7pm Central. JON LANGFORD will be handling the guitar duties.
The show will be archived, we'll get you that link when we have it.
Cheer yourself up after you've emptied your pockets to the IRS to pay for bailing out the billionaire bankers!
Also, if yer attending Neko's shows at the Nokia Theater in Times Square on April 13th and 14th, that'll be Nora singing back up!
Paul Burch sings Dean Martin's "Memories Are Made of This" to open CMT's
series "Nanny 911". Look for ads on CMT featuring PB starting April
4th. Series premiers April 18th.
Check cmt.com for details
Our own sweet Nora O'Connor will be backing up Neko Case on her appearance on Jay Leno on Wednesday, March 4th.
Nora also appeared on Neko's new album Middle Cyclone on the songs "This Tornado Loves You," "People Got A Lotta Nerve," "Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth" and "Prison Girls."
The Dex Romweber Duo appeared on the NBC affiliate show My NC Today.
Check them out here as they play 3 songs from their new album, talk about Lux Interior of the Cramps and it sounds great.
Scott H. Biram is featured on the soundtrack to the hell-bent world of team demolition derby on the Discovery Channel's documentary "Head On," which aired originally in December 2006. Go here to see a clip from the documentary.