tempted to go to this just for the atmosphere.
Also much credit due to Kate Madeira who did the illustrations, title cards, makeup, and helped with set design, wardrobe, camera and basically everything else my hands were too full (of syringes) to handle.
i've gotta hand it to Ty. After this set, I really want to listen to Manipulator today and the only way it's going to happen is if I go to the record store and buy it. No Spotify, no Beats, no Google Play. The oldest marketing trick in the book.
"Frank Mills" from the musical Hair - almost every lyric rendered obsolete by the smartphone.
She met a boy called Frank Mills on December 12th right here in front of the Waverly, but unfortunately she lost his address. Forget smart phones. These hippies didn't even have PHONES and are exchanging their home addresses as contact information.
She goes on to describe his clothing, his resemblance to George Harrison (could have just checked her instagram for that selfie they took in front of the Waverly as a reference), and ending with the singer asking the listener that if you see him, tell him she doesn't want her two dollars back (two dollars?!), just him. One word: Venmo.
UK and Aussie actors tend to play southerners pretty well. Their vernacular lends itself to Southern slange pretty well already, and from what I understand, it's one of the easier accents for them to imitate. I don't really understand the argument for authenticity when you're hiring an actor to pretend to be someone completely different.
McConaughey is killin' it right now, sure, but there's no way he's playing a british character any time soon.
i like the new album title soooo much better.
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