For the last six months, Neil Young has offered access to nearly all of his recorded music in the form of an online archive at NeilYoungArchives.com. Now in a new post on Facebook, the songwriter says that he will be leaving the platform to focus on expanding Neil Young Archives, which he here calls "a…
“This is what I wanted to do in the first place, and then the record company made me put it out without the videos, because they didn't believe in the record." So says Young.
When they first went public with their relationship — right after he ended his 36-year marriage — they were tabloid fodder. But three-and-a-half years later, they're stepping into the spotlight as a couple as they debut their passion project, the film "Paradox," which she directed and he starred in and did the music for.
“We're pretty real. As artists, we support each other and understand," Young says of his girlfriend, who directed the new movie, premiering on Netflix March 23.
It’s gotten to the point in Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s American Horror Story franchise where we welcome familiar faces, wondering how they’ll be costumed and accessorized: Oooh, look, Sarah Paulson is wearing a blonde fright wig and the dead stare of a junkie! Denis O’Hare is dressing as a woman named Liz Taylor and reading James Joyce’s Ulysses! Kathy Bates is wearing big, Swifty Lazar-style glasses and manning the front desk of the Hotel Cortez! That Los Angeles building is a beautifully designed, Art Deco style pile, and Murphy, who directed the first episode, makes his camera glide along the floor of the hallways, the better to emphasize the Hotel Cortez’s vast gloom, and remind you of Stanley Kubrick’s similar shots in The Shining.