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The journey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame can be a long and winding road for some acts. For Heart, it took more than a decade, and sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson admitted they were losing hope.
If a talk with Robert De Niro and Judd Apatow can be considered a meeting of drama and comedy, humor easily won out when the two took the stage at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Rock these days is mostly relevant as self-parody. Or at least, it's hard to escape that conclusion after watching Cameron Crowe's "Pearl Jam 20." The film is much like the music of the band it documents - lumbering, shapeless and irritatingly reminiscent of many other things you didn't like all that much.
Bruce Springsteen pumped up the volume for music at last year's Toronto International Film Festival, and this year, the cinema showcase has cranked it up to 11.
There's a broader vibe than the usual Hollywood A-listers this year at the Toronto International Film Festival, one of the world's top cinema showcases and a prelude for contenders at the Academy Awards.
An iconic, sardonic rock `n' roll magazine with Detroit roots that ceased regular print publication more than 20 years ago is planning a comeback.
There's no more music between rocker Nancy Wilson and director Cameron Crowe _ the couple have finalized their divorce.
Court records show rocker Nancy Wilson has filed for divorce from writer-director Cameron Crowe after more than 20 years of marriage.
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Mr. Crowe notes in the opening narration that the grunge scene was distinctive for its obsessive record listening.
Crowe, who started as a rock journalist and has known Eddie Vedder and the rest of Pearl Jam almost since the band formed in 1991, said Scorsese's film rocked the world of other music-loving filmmakers, contributing to the current rush of documentaries.