The ASCAP Music Cafe saw a truly moving performance from Irish singer/songwriter Damien Rice, who took the time to talk about, um, pleasuring oneself between songs. Catch footage from his most excellent performance here.
On behalf of all journalists at the after party for your new film, "It Might Get Loud," we would like to apologize for shooting you on the red carpet. We felt as though we violated your artistic genius by subjecting you to the same camera lenses used to hound useless stars and starlets, so please accept our sincerest apologies when we say we were only doing our job.
But regardless, we're going to take long hot showers to think about what we've done and give "Coffee and Cigarettes" another shot, because you deserve it. Rock on.
But anyway! The performances today (lineup: Rosi Golan, Tom Freund, Dan Wilson and the aforementioned Blossoms) were running a tad behind schedule, so what better way to pass the time than chat with some of the talent?
First up was Freund, who talked about his new album, "Collapsable Plans," produced by long-time buddy Ben Harper. ...
Screenings, stars and snow – all in a day’s work at the Sundance Film Festival. UWIRE will be onsite blogging from Park City, Utah, Jan. 15 – 25, bringing you the latest news, interviews and reviews from this year’s fest.