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Long ago, in a village not very far away, there lived a family who produced a remarkable number of grocers and postmasters. I did not turn out to be one of them. I took after the other side of the … Continue reading
May 20, 2011, Day One
Wow! For what seemed like so very long, we were going to go on tour one day. Now, very suddenly, it’s that day. Don’t panic, I tell myself. It’s just the weekend thing, a sort-of trial run, up to Columbia, … Continue reading
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Okay, I just keep finding stuff to post this evening… sometimes I can’t help myself. Check out this piece on the soundtrack of Winter’s Bone. largeheartedboy does a mighty fine job at presentation. via; moonmooring
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Marideth Sisco at Torino International Film Festival in Italy
Attention Winter’s Bone and Winter’s Bone Music fans in Europe! I will be at the Torino International Film Festival for the screening of Wnter’s Bone on Nov. 30 (and a few days before and after). I WILL BRING COPIES OF THE SOUNDTRACK … Continue reading
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Remember the CD Party!
Remember to stop by the CD Party! on November 21, 2010 from 2 – 4 p.m.! See you there! You can also check out the invite on Facebook.
Winter’s Bone Showing in Mountain Home, Arkansas
Word is Winter’s Bone is showing in Mountain Home Arkansas at the Sun Valley Cinema starting tomorrow, Friday, October 29. Marideth Sisco, Dennis Crider and still to be named other members of the musical troupe from Bone, will be doing … Continue reading
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Check out the interview
This mornings interview with the News Leader. … ““I have to confess something, I was sound asleep and a friend called me and said ‘I can’t believe you are asleep, I set my alarm for this,’” Sisco says.” …