22 Jump Street
The buddy comedy feels a bit recycled the second time around - and it knows it.
The buddy comedy feels a bit recycled the second time around - and it knows it. Genre Comedy. Directed By Phil Lord, Christopher Miller. Run Time 1 hour 52 minutes. Cast Jonah Hill
Phil Madeira: 'Hymns for the Rest of Us'
The veteran musician on his new album, 'Christian' music, and a wandering spiritual journey.
The 12-track album (our review) includes guest appearances by Harris, the Civil Wars, Buddy Miller, Mat Kearney, Cindy Morgan, jazz guitarist John Scofield, the Carolina Chocolate
Mercyland: Hymns for the Rest of Us
ListenPurchase. Style: Americana/folk; compare to Buddy Miller, Patty Griffin, Amos Lee. Top tracks: "Give God the Blues" (feat. Shawn Mullins), "Mercyland," "Leaning on You" (feat.
Remembering Mark Heard
The prophetic songwriter, a CCM outsider who freely spoke his mind, died 20 years ago this week.
Buddy Miller. Favorite song: "I appreciated all of them, but we had a great time recording his song 'What Kind of Friend' at Buddy and Julie Miller's home studio.". Pierce Pettis.
The Quick Take for July 4, 2014
What the critics are saying about Melissa McCarthy’s latest and some exciting news for 'Sherlock' fans in this week’s quick take.
that Pattison's character "situates The Rover awkwardly between fable and buddy picture," rather than Director Bennett Miller teamed up with 22 Jump Street's Channing Tatum to make
Produced by Buddy Miller, Leaving Eden expands on the strengths of 2010's Grammy-winning Genuine Negro Jig, making mountain folk music that reaches into the past but is teeming
Glad Rag Doll
on the Ray Charles standard "Lonely Avenue," a feisty romp through "There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears," and a reverent take on the Buddy Miller song "Wide
Kin: Songs by Mary Karr & Rodney Crowell
Style: Acoustic country/folk; compare to Emmylou Harris, Roseanne Cash, Buddy & Julie Miller. Top tracks: "If the Law Don't Want You," "I'm a Mess," "God, I'm Missing You".
The Majestic Silver Strings
3; 4; 5. (not rated yet) ADD YOURS. Artist Buddy Miller. Release Date March 1, 2011. Label New West Records. ListenPurchase. Style: Alt-country Americana
Both Testaments at Christmastime
Andrew Peterson sings of Jesus in his annual tour.
as always, with a concert at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium—a must-see event that has featured such guests as Alison Krauss, Phil Keaggy, Fernando Ortega, Buddy Miller, and Nickel
Andrew Peterson: Christmas, Children, and 'Hutchmoot'
The singer/songwriter on his holiday album and tour, kids' books, and that funny word.
a gig at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium—a must-see event that in the past has featured such luminous guests as Alison Krauss, Phil Keaggy, Fernando Ortega, Buddy Miller, Nickel Creek
The 2011 CT Music Awards
Christianity Today picks its top 12 albums of the year.
Blind Boys of Alabama, Take the High Road; The Civil Wars, Barton Hollow; Amos Lee, Mission Bell; Bill Mallonee, The Power & The Glory; Buddy Miller, The Majestic Silver Strings; Jill
Style: Lilting folk/bluegrass; compare to Julie Lee, Sierra Hull, Buddy Miller. Top tracks: "Paper Airplane," "Lay My Burden Down," "Dimming of the Day".
Purchase. Style: Super-smooth folk-pop; compare to the Swell Season, the Weepies, Buddy & Julie Miller. Top tracks: "Poison & Wine," "20 Years". John
A rich, thrilling, and fun ride into summer movies past.
Thriller. Directed By JJ Abrams. Run Time 1 hour 52 minutes. Cast Joel Courtney, Jessica Tuck, Joel McKinnon Miller, Ryan Lee. Unconditional love is as close as your buddy's house.
National Ransom might be his most seamless synthesis of Yankee myth and music yet; working with producer T-Bone Burnett and guests including Buddy Miller and Vince Gill, Costello
Band of Joy
His latest—produced by Buddy Miller, with Patty Griffin as his harmony partner—turns to the myths of the American West, including songs in which Christ and Satan circle each other like
On his new album, 'Leaving Eden', Brandon Heath explores the fall of man—including his own—but keeps turning back to the hope of Christ.
Before I was doing music fulltime, I was on the road with a buddy, and we were joking about what our stage names I wrote that song with Lee Thomas Miller, a successful country writer.
Produced by jack-of-all-country-trades Buddy Miller, featuring a bevy of Americana's best solo artists and session musicians, and recorded in a historic Nashville church, Downtown
Patty Griffin talks to CT about her new CD, an eclectic mix of country/bluegrass classics, African-American spirituals, ancient Catholic hymns, and a few originals.
That started the ball rolling. I told him that I wouldn't do it unless Buddy [singer/songwriter and producer Buddy Miller] would produce it—and Buddy signed up right away.