The music of Nashville has received great acclaim since the show launched in October, and several pieces that appeared this week are of particular note: The New York Times published a front-page Arts & Leisure story, “The Soundtrack As Co-Star”, Rolling Stone ran a lengthy Q&A with T Bone, and Peter Cooper of the Nashville Tennessean asked in a lengthy blog post, “How come the country music in a soap opera, sung by actors, is better than what I hear on mainstream country radio?” All of these articles are great, and we encourage you to check them out.
Archive for December, 2012
T Bone has been nominated for a Golden Globe in the category of Best Original Song for “Safe And Sound” from The Hunger Games. T Bone wrote the song with Taylor Swift and John-Paul White and Joy Williams of The Civil Wars; it play’s in the film’s end titles and was also the first release from the film’s companion album, The Hunger Games: Songs From District 12 And Beyond.
T Bone has been nominated twice in the Grammy category of Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media; with Win Butler & Régine Chassagne of Arcade Fire for the song “Abraham’s Daughter”, and with Taylor Swift, John-Paul White and Joy Williams (The Civil Wars) for “Safe And Sound”, both from The Hunger Games.