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Tom Petty Reimagined She's The One Collection Set For Release

(hennemusic) Tom Petty's team will release a "reimagined" 25th anniversary edition of his 1996 soundtrack album, "Songs And Music From The Motion Picture "She's The One", on July 2. Directed by Edward Burns, the romantic comedy starred Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz, with music by Petty and The Heartbreakers. Retitled...
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Tuesday Musical Spotlight: Tom Petty

When love is true, it simply feels, Divine! It feels Heavenly! No doubt about that. Healthy energies bring restoration into the mind, body, and Spirit. Forget about toxicity. Forget about being with someone, for the sake of appearances. When love is true, it is a blessing by the Heavens! And yes! Such is simply, a reality. What does it mean to find fulfillment through a person, in different spheres? Of course, there is the very treasure of, waiting! Yes! As hard as it may be, patience is a virtue! Nevertheless, at the end of the rainbow is a pot of gold! Hmmm. I’ll take that back. At the end of a rainbow, are loads of treasure, that we could imagine. Loads of it! In fact, it’s greater than what we are even used to; what we could ever imagine. Yes! That’s real!
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When Tom Petty Picked a Fight on Last Episode of ‘Larry Sanders’

Tom Petty was ready to duke it out on the final episode of Garry Shandling's The Larry Sanders Show, which aired 23 years ago on May 31, 1998. Appearing as himself on the show, Petty sparked a scuffle first with actor Greg Kinnear and then with country singer Clint Black over who would be singing Larry's farewell song. "I haven't seen such a rumble since the Stones played Altamont," says Artie (Rip Thorn) as he breaks up the fight. "Well then you don't need me, you already got Roy Rogers," Petty tartly replies, gesturing to Black. The rumble starts right back up.
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Quick Note Poetry: Tom Petty

Fly! Just, fly! Fly, way high. High away. Life seems so easy, when you can just, fly away! Things are not always as hard as they seem. So, use beauties of flight, and flight into your dreams. Fly. Fly. Oh, Dear, fly away. Fly away from turmoil, and keep dream killers, at bay. The vultures are watching. They see your gift of flight. Fly away as fast as you can. Fly away, with all all of your might.
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Spiritual Wellness Friday: Tom Petty

There is that one song (or a few), which takes you back to when you were a child. All of those memories regarding family, friendship, faith, and fellowship. You remember Sunday school. You reminesce on the answers to your prayers. Going to bed, late at night, you prayed to Yeshua Ha Maschiach, asking for Divine protection, and good things to come. You prayed for all of these things because, as a child, you believed in the miracle (and the power) of faith! It didn’t matter if you were made fun of, and teased for the strength of your faith. None of that mattered. For you held onto that feeling that everything would be alright. You held onto it-nice and tight!
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Tom Petty ‘She’s The One’ soundtrack getting reissued

In honor of the 25th anniversary of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ album Songs and Music from the Motion Picture “She’s The One,” the Petty family and Warner Records are announcing a remixed, remastered, and reimagined version of the album titled Angel Dream (Songs and Music from the Motion Picture “She’s The One”).
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Molly Tuttle surprise releases covers EP featuring songs by Stevie Nicks/Tom Petty, Phantogram and Sheryl Crow

Award-winning singer-songwriter-guitarist Molly Tuttle has announced today’s release of her all new digital only three-song covers EP. …but i’d rather be with you, too is available now via Compass Records at all DSPs and streaming services. A companion official music video for Tuttle's cover of Phantogram's "You Don't Get Me High Anymore," featuring Iron & Wine is available now via her YouTube page.
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The ultimate Tom Petty playlist

Tom Petty’s first single came with the Heartbreakers on the band’s self-titled debut album in 1976. Written by Petty and performed by him, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench, Ron Blair and Stan Lynch, “Breakdown” clocks in at less than three minutes. Though when performed live, Petty nearly doubled its runtime because of an added guitar solo, which was actually part of the original recording. On that same note, the distinctive guitar riff that begins “Breakdown” was actually intended to just be used at the end, but when a fellow musician suggested weaving it throughout the song, Petty called his band back into the studio in the middle of the night to re-record the now-famous version.
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Tom Petty Unveils New Video For ‘Drivin’ Down To Georgia’

A new music video for the previously unreleased 1992 Tom Petty song “Drivin’ Down to Georgia” has just been released by Petty’s estate via his YouTube channel. It was featured the standalone disc collection Finding Wildflowers (Alternate Versions) and the super deluxe box set Wildflowers & All the Rest. Directed...
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Hear Matt Berninger & Ronboy Cover Tom Petty With The Resynator Synth

As defined at its official website, the Resynator is “an instrument-controlled, monophonic, rack-mount analog/digital hybrid synthesizer from the late ’70s. Invented by Don Tavel and engineered by Mike Beigel, this synthesizer can track the pitch of anything from the lowest note on a bass to the highest note of a piccolo.”
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Listen to The National’s Matt Berninger cover Tom Petty with the Resynator synth

Resynator is "a documentary film-in-progress that shares the unique journey of a daughter connecting with her late father through the resurrection of a synthesizer from the 1970s that he invented," and there have also been some cool covers coming out that use the newly resurrected synth. The first was of Tom Petty's "Honey Bee" with vocals by Grace Potter, followed by a cover of Kraftwerk's "Computer Love" with Lucius and War On Drugs/Beirut member Jon Natchez, and now they've released another Petty cover, this time of "Only A Broken Heart" with The National's Matt Berninger and Ronboy. It's a gorgeous cover, with Matt's unmistakable voice leading the way over ambient synths, and lovely harmonizing/duetting from Ronboy. Listen to all three Resynator covers and watch a trailer for the upcoming documentary below.
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Tom Petty: See New Video for ‘Drivin’ Down to Georgia’

A new video from Tom Petty has been released for “Drivin’ Down to Georgia,” which is featured on Finding Wildflowers (Alternative Versions.) Per Rolling Stone, the video is made up of “…archival footage shot by Heartbreakers bassist Ron Blair and Martyn Atkins, who directed the 1999 Heartbreakers concert film ‘High Grass Dogs, Live from the Fillmore.'”
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Watch Ann Wilson and Gov’t Mule Perform Covers Of Led Zeppelin and Tom Petty

After a year of near-zero activity in the concert industry due to the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown restrictions, experiencing a full-scale concert is absolutely welcome. Live music has never been the same since the start of this global health crisis even as several artists organized virtual shows and events. Rock...
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Watch Ann Wilson Cover Led Zeppelin and Tom Petty with Gov’t Mule

Ann Wilson made a special appearance at a recent Gov’t Mule concert, joining the Southern rock jam band for an extended set, including covers of Led Zeppelin and Tom Petty. Gov’t Mule had begun their evening with a setlist made up largely of originals, but their songs alongside Wilson would almost entirely be covers. The Heart singer joined the group for a rendition of Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” before moving on to a blues medley of Memphis Slim's "Mother Earth" and Willie Dixon's "You Shook Me" (Heart combined the same two blues standards on their 1977 LP Magazine). From there, they returned to Zeppelin material, delivering rousing renditions of “Black Dog” and “No Quarter.”
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Ann Wilson Covers Led Zeppelin, Tom Petty as Guest at Gov’t Mule Gig

Ann Wilson made a surprise appearance at a Gov’t Mule show over the weekend where she performed a series of covers with the band. The show took place on May 2 at the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, Conn. Per Setlist.fm, Wilson joined Gov’t Mule for seven songs: Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song”; Memphis Slim’s “Mother Earth”; Willie Dixon’s “You Shook Me”; Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog”; Led Zeppelin’s “No Quarter”; Tom Petty’s “Luna”; and Heart’s “Magic Man.”