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Q was visited by country-pop band The Boxmasters. The Boxmasters's biggest claim to fame is that their singer is Oscar-winner Billy Bob Thornton. If you were listening, you heard what could best be described as a 'showdown at the Q corral' when Mr. Thornton took offense to our mention of his cinematic accomplishments. Here is what happened on camera. The performance is not included as we have not yet resolved the rights issues to it. If we do we will post that as well.
Billy Bob Thornton's band has canceled the rest of its Canadian tour after the actor compared the country's fans to mashed potatoes with no gravy in a testy interview that caused a sensation online. The Boxmasters opened for Willie Nelson on Thursday in Toronto , where they reportedly were booed and met with catcalls of "Here comes the gravy." A note posted on Nelson's Web site Friday said the Boxmasters were canceling the rest of their Canadian dates "due to one band member and several of the crew having the flu." The cancellation came two days after Thornton made world headlines with a belligerent appearance on CBC radio's "Q." The actor apparently didn't like that host Jian Ghomeshi started the interview with references to Thornton's Hollywood career. Thornton refused to ...
I do not own the music (of course I did buy the cd and recommend you do the same) and there is no copyright infringement intended. For entertainment/promotional purposes only. Enjoy the music! This song is the title track from Billy Bob Thornton's 2001 cd "Private Radio". Something about this cd got me hooked. I love the lyrics and presentation of what's going on with this cd; especially this song.
This is what you didn't hear on in the original interview with Billy Bob Thornton! It all starts about 40 seconds in!!
Sue (Lauren Graham) has got a thing for Santa and it looks like Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) was sitting at the right bar. For more from Bad Santa: http://miram.ax/Badsanta In this scene: Willie (Billy Bob Thornton), Sue (Lauren Graham) About Bad Santa: Criminals Willie and Marcus disguise themselves as Santa Claus and his elf and travel across the country to major malls, using the good will people have toward Santa to rob the mall stores blind. The problem is, Willie can't stand kids and it's all he can do to keep himself from getting fired while on the job. Their plan still progresses beautifully until the two reprobates meet an introverted 8-year-old boy who thinks Willie is the real Santa Claus. Overweight, awkward, and the frequent target of bullies, the boy manages to arouse somethi...
We finished putting up the antennas Stan is checking out the radio.
Magic's Kate Thornton tries her hand at Gin making, and jumps into a cèilidh for the first time ever awesome #brilliantmoment Listen to Magic in the Morning from the 11th of May to find out how you can be at our 'Big Friday Broadcast' live from Edinburgh castle, with special guests Deacon Blue. Plus, follow Kirsteen's trip around Scotland with Kate Thornton and Craig Revel Horwood as they experience the brilliant things Scotland has to offer. You’ll be discovering brilliant moment after brilliant moment. - Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magicradio/ +1 us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+magicradio Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/magicfm Radioplayer: http://radioplayer.magic.co.uk/live/ Website: http://www.magic.co.uk/
david thornton might not be the full quid....i didn't know who he was till he started harassing me . he told me on the phone he was going to set me up. i taped the part you hear.
Kate Thornton discovers how growing pumpkins can transform lives in one of the poorest countries in the world. Please take the time to watch our short film and take Practical Action to help Squash hunger in Bangladesh. - Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magicradio/ +1 us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+magicradio Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/magicfm Radioplayer: http://radioplayer.magic.co.uk/live/ Website: http://www.magic.co.uk/
This Theatre Guild On The Air presentation of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" features Wilder himself in the cast. The play was adapted for radio by Erik Barnouw, and was broadcast on September 29, 1946. The cast: Emily: Dorothy McGuire Narrator: Thornton Wilder George: James Dobson Dr. Gibbs: Cameron Prud'Homme Mrs. Gibbs: Barbara Weeks Mr. Webb: Bill Adams Mrs. Webb: Dorothy Sands Mrs. Soames: Doro Merande Mr. Morgan: Will Geer Simon Stimson: Philip Tonge Professor Willard: Arthur Allen The photo seen here is of Dorothy McGuire and Thornton Wilder with John Craven. (Craven was the original George Gibbs on Broadway.)
PaleyLive 2014: Martin Freeman compares the pace of working on FX's Fargo series to other films and TV shows. Billy Bob Thornton explains that he joined this cast because of the script and how it reminded him of 1990s indie films. For more information about this event, please visit http://www.paleycenter.org/ ABOUT THE PALEY CENTER: In an era of rapid change in media and technology, the not-for-profit Paley Center for Media explores the evolving ways in which we create, consume, and connect through media. With locations in New York and Los Angeles, and the foremost public archive of television and radio programming, the Paley Center produces and curates programs, forums, and educational activities that engage the general public, industry professionals, and the creative community in an on...