Friday, December 17, 2010
Ken P. D. Snydecast #164: Every Day’s A Holly-Day
Ken P. D. Snydecast #164: Every Day’s A Holly-Day has been unleashed!
Make sure and give it a listen.
Dana talks about movies where old people die.
First was Young@Heart a 2007 film described as "A documentary on a chorus of senior citizens from Massachusetts who cover songs by Jimi Hendrix, Sonic Youth, and other unexpected musicians."
Take a look at the trailer:
Next was a 2006 documentary called Been Rich All My Life. This tells the story of the "Silver Belles," five women in their 80s and 90s. These ladies were all chorus dancers at the Cotton Club and the Apollo Theater in the 1930s. In the mid eighties they started dancing again. Here is the theatrical trailer:
Dana and Ken also discussed French Stewart, Coldplay, Jason Snyder's artwork, Serial Killers, the imfamous logo contests, Shell World and much much more.
Go and download Ken P. D. Snydecast #164: Every Day’s A Holly-Day ASAP!