Being two women in a band, they’re used to the sexism that goes with it. But it’s not something that brings them down. “I feel like we kind of flaunt our femininity,” Deap Vally guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Troy said.
Every week during season six, Radio.com speaks with True Blood Music Supervisor Gary Calamar, who has been nominated for GRAMMYs twice for his work on the show.
This week’s episode — the second to last of a shortened, ten-part season — may have been the best, with a final goodbye to a longtime character and a particularly bloody jailbreak.
Over the course of its five seasons, True Blood has consistently been one of the best shows on television, not only for fans of vampires but for music fans as well. Each episode is named after a […]
Every week during season six, Radio.com will check in with “True Blood” Music Supervisor Gary Calamar, who tells us this week how Led Zeppelin came to Bon Temps.
Comic-Con 2013: Stars Of ‘True Blood,’ ‘Man Of Steel,’ ‘Parks & Rec’ & More Reveal Their Songs Of The Summer
The predominant focus of Comic-Con is certainly not music, but that doesn’t mean the stars don’t want to talk about their favorite tunes.
For his writing debut, True Blood writer Daniel Kenneth choose “Don’t You Feel Me” as the title of the episode. Clearly, he was feeling Damon’s song.
It’s not as though the song hasn’t been featured in a number of movies and TV shows, including Lost in Translation and 30 Rock. At least on True Blood, “F*** The Pain Away” was used in a way that fully honored its hedonistic nature.
The show used the iconic Etta James version of “At Last,” which pops up at the end of the show as Sookie invites the mysterious Ben Flynn to her house, and she puts the classic record on Gran’s turntable (remember, she’s still living in her late grandmother’s house). All seems to be going well. Very well actually: clothes fly off quicker than usual. But Sookie, usually the hopeless romantic, has other plans…
Every week during season six, Radio.com will check in with “True Blood” Music Supervisor Gary Calamar to see which songs made the cut. This week, the Plastiscines have their way with a classic.
Every week during season six, Radio.com will check in with “True Blood” Music Supervisor Gary Calamar to discuss the music of each episode.
“True Blood” has consistently been one of the best shows for music fans as well. Every Monday during season 6, Radio.com will speak with its Music Supervisor Gary Calamar.