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Hear Brad Paisley Join the Rolling Stones for ‘Dead Flowers’ on New Compilation

The Rolling Stones release their latest compilation, Honk, on Friday. A collection of vintage hits (think usual suspects “Brown Sugar,” “Wild Horses”) and latter-day cuts off albums like 2005’s A Bigger Bang and their 2016 blues foray, the set also contains a disc of live performances, including a rendition of “Dead Flowers” that finds Mick Jagger trading verses with Brad Paisley.

Recorded during Night One of a 2013 two-night stand in Philadelphia on the band’s 50 & Counting Tour, “Dead Flowers” receives an extra shot of twang from Paisley’s cameo. The Nashville
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Marianne Faithfull: 'I don't think I had any choice but to be decadent'

The star of pop and film talks about being cast as a sex kitten of the 60s, drugs, homelessness, and why she will never sell Mick Jagger's love letters

Hello, Marianne. How are you?

Hello. I'm well, thank you. I've been appearing in Kurt Weill's Seven Deadly Sins in Linz, Austria, so I've been very happy. I'm singing and acting, with great costumes and stage sets. The two transvestites in little leather shorts are very important. It's a very violent, sexy piece.

Do Austrians know you as Marianne Faithfull or by your title, Baroness von Sacher-Masoch (1 )

Nobody knows me as Baroness von Sacher-Masoch. Fuck off! [Laughter] I'm Marianne Faithfull.

We're approaching half a century since your first single, 1964's As Tears Go By.

I know, I can't believe it. On the other hand, I can't do anything else and never wanted to. I once asked my father what he wanted me to be.
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Winners at the 30th Genie Awards

Yesterday, the Genie Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Oscars for those who don't know, were handed out. This year, Polytechnique dominated the Genie Awards and even took the award for Best Motion Picture. However, the presentation of the award on TV and on webcast was too short. Besides, it wasn't a live presentation and not all the awards were shows on TV/webcast. Second Besides: When will a TV network (and not some cable network that few Canadians have) broadcast the Genie Awards? Anyway, without further ado, here's the presentation of the winners.

1. Best Motion Picture

* 3 saisons.

* Before Tomorrow.

* Fifty Dead Men Walking.

* Nurse.Fighter.Boy.

* [Winner] Polytechnique.

2. Achievement in Direction:

* Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Madeline Piujuq Ivalu for Before Tomorrow.

* Kari Skogland - Fifty Dead Men Walking.

* Charles Officer - Nurse.Fighter.Boy.

* [Winner] Denis Villeneuve - Polytechnique.

* Bruce McDonald - Pontypool.

3. Best Original Screenplay:

* Atom Egoyan - Adoration.

* Émile Gaudreault and Ian Lauzon - De père en flic
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Nominations at the 30th Genie Awards

This morning, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television (Acct) had announced the nominees for the 30th Genie Awards. For those who don't know, this is the Canadian equivalent of the Oscars. This year, the leader in the race is Polytechnique with 11 nominations. Moreover, the winners will be announced on April 12, 2010.

1. Best Motion Picture

* 3 saisons.

* Before Tomorrow.

* Fifty Dead Men Walking.

* Nurse.Fighter.Boy.

* Polytechnique.

2. Achievement in Direction:

* Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Madeline Piujuq Ivalu for Before Tomorrow.

* Kari Skogland - Fifty Dead Men Walking.

* Charles Officer - Nurse.Fighter.Boy.

* Denis Villeneuve - Polytechnique.

* Bruce McDonald - Pontypool.

3. Best Original Screenplay:

* Atom Egoyan - Adoration.

* Émile Gaudreault and Ian Lauzon - De père en flic (Father and Guns).

* Charles Officer and Ingrid Veninger - Nurse.Fighter.Boy.

* Jacques Davidts - Polytechnique.

* David Bezmozgis - Victoria Day.

4. Best Adapted Screenplay:

* Marie-Hélène Cousineau, Susan Avingaq and Madeline Piujuq Ivalu - Before Tomorrow.

* Kari Skogland - Fifty Dead Men Walking.
See full article at The Cultural Post »

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