82. Best Music Film
Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones
Perhaps the most unexpected side-project of the year, this unlikely duo have turned out a stellar reworking of the 1957 Everly Brothers album Songs our Daddy Taught Us. Like Phil and Don, both Armstrong and Jones play guitar on the record, and strike a vocal chemistry that will have fans hoping for follow-up records. (Reprise)
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A new touring company will perform "American Idiot" Dec. 3-5 at Salt Lake City’s Kingsbury Hall.
When the musical opened on Broadway in 2010, New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood called "American Idiot" invigorating and moving, "a pulsating portrait of wasted youth that invokes all the standard genre conventions — bring on the sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll, please! — only to transcend them through the power of its music and the artistry of its execution."
There’s not a single boring thing about the show, says McKeon, who uses words like "enthusiatic and bombastic" to describe it.
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