Watch Sharon Van Etten Carry out with Jeff Goldblum’s Jazz Band at Glastonbury | Beneath the Radar
July 1, 2019
Watch Sharon Van Etten Carry out with Jeff Goldblum’s Jazz Band at Glastonbury
Carried out Irving Berlin’s “Let’s Face the Music and Dance” (Plus Watch Van Etten Carry out “Seventeen”)
Jul 01, 2019By Christopher Roberts
Beloved character actor Jeff Goldblum (Independence Day, Jurassic Park, The Fly) additionally has a jazz band, Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. The band carried out this previous weekend at England’s Glastonbury pageant and Goldblum introduced out a particular visitor, Sharon Van Etten, for a canopy of the jazz customary “Let’s Face the Music and Dance.” On the pageant Goldblum additionally introduced he can be releasing a brand new album, one which options visitor vocalists (together with Van Etten). Watch official BBC video of the Glastonbury efficiency under. There’s additionally a video of Van Etten performing her personal tune “Seventeen” at Glastonbury and you’ll watch that under too.
Goldblum launched his debut album, The Capitol Studio Classes, in 2018 through Decca. He had this to say about his subsequent album in a press launch: “Attending to do one other album with the candy, candy, enchanted elves and sprites from Decca has me floating on air, any individual please pinch me (ow, not so laborious). I solely hope that listeners really feel what I felt after we made the report – an explosive launch of ecstasy. It is wonderful to let the cat a bit out of the bag right here at Glastonbury within the fleshy flesh!”
Irving Berlin wrote “Let’s Face the Music and Dance” in 1936 for the film Comply with the Fleet, as a Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers duet.
Van Etten launched a brand new album, Remind Me Tomorrow, in January through Jagjaguwar (it was our Album of the Week).
Learn our in-depth interview with Sharon Van Etten on Remind Me Tomorrow and take a look at our unique picture shoot along with her.
Learn our assessment of Remind Me Tomorrow.