James Franco,Vanessa Hudgens, Robert Downey Jr., Adam Brody, and more.
"I think of all the time I cheered for that show, it was for Saracen to get the hell to Chicago and go to art school."
The Hold Steady front man goes solo, is good.
Craig Finn goes country-fried, and we eat it up.
He'll be drinking for one, at least for a bit.
First the 'Times,' then some guy on Twitter.
'Heaven Is Whenever' is here.
See a full set from Finn's old band Lifter Puller.
"They had these strippers, you know, and they were screaming at each other. They had problems with each other."
“It might have been a little awkward for Chuck, because we asked, ‘Can we do it?' And he said, ‘Well, how are you gonna do it?’ And we were like, ‘We just wanna know if we can do it.’”
He's co-writing a screenplay adaptation of Chuck Klosterman's 'Fargo Rock City.'
Where "You're Never Alone .."
Plus: Kevin Smith on fake poo.
Finn stopped by ESPN.com yesterday to chat about baseball and music.
Plus: Wayne Coyne on the gaping orifices in his new movie, and M. Night Shyamalan makes no sense.
Plus: Someone finally covers "All Along the Watchtower"!
There's nothing like a good, mean-spirited, convention-bucking story to get you past the Thursday-morning doldrums. A riveting recent piece in the U.K.'s Guardian Unlimited asked popular musicians (New Order's Peter Hook, Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos, the Hold Steady's Craig Finn, and others) to pan classically revered albums from the annals of rock, which they did with evil aplomb.