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Tribeca Film Festival announced the musical programming

The Tribeca Film Festival today announced the musical programming for the 2008 Festival. Returning for the 4th year, the Tribeca/ASCAP Music Lounge will feature a variety of live performances by emerging and established artists. Grammy-nominated music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas will return to the Festival to curate Breaking the Band sponsored by Target, an exclusive live music event featuring breakout artists. The 2008 Festival line-up will feature numerous films that showcase music and musicians, including 90 Miles The Documentary, featuring Gloria Estefan, Lou Reed’s Berlin, and Celia the Queen, featuring the late Celia Cruz. The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by American Express, runs from April 23 to May 4, 2008.

“Tribeca continues to celebrate the role of music in film, and we look forward to presenting notable artists at this year’s Festival,” said Nancy Schafer, Co-Executive Director, Tribeca Film Festival and Senior Vice President, Tribeca Enterprises. “The Tribeca/ASCAP Music Lounge and Breaking the Band will provide unique opportunities for musicians and filmmakers to come together in a collaborative environment, and that is where creative ideas are born.”

Tribeca/ASCAP Music Lounge

Joseph Arthur, Augustana, Jessie Baylin, Brett Dennen, Jon Foreman, Sondre Lerche, Nick Lowe, Ingrid Michaelson, Jack Savoretti, Sia, Small Mercies, Regina Spektor, Chris Thile, Lizz Wright and Rachael Yamagata are slated to perform as part of the 2008 Tribeca/ASCAP Music Lounge from Tuesday, April 29 through Friday, May 2 at Canal Room. The music lounge is produced by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), and was created by the Tribeca Film Festival and ASCAP in 2005 to provide a way for filmmakers to interact with composers and songwriters, encouraging collaboration.

Nick Lowe will take time off from his tour promoting the 30th anniversary edition of his seminal album “Jesus of Cool” to kick off this year’s Lounge on April 29. The Lounge will feature a variety of performers whose works have been featured in film. During the four days, Regina Spektor (27 Dresses, Definitely, Maybe) will entertain with songs from “Fidelity” to “Us”; Sia (Annapolis, Guess Who) will provide a mix of pop including music from her latest LP “Some People Have Real Problems”; Jon Foreman (A Walk to Remember) will provide acoustic favorites from the band he fronts, “Switchfoot” and new music from his recently released solo EP “Spring”; Joseph Arthur (Hell’s Kitchen, The Bone Collector, The Bourne Identity) will perform a variety of released – and many unreleased - songs including sneak peeks from his upcoming album “All You Need Is Nothing”; singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche (Dan In Real Life) will play his signature folk/pop style; singer/songwriter Rachael Yamagata (The Last Kiss, Elizabethtown, In Her Shoes, Prime, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) will showcase her piano-driven indie-rock; and Grammy-winning singer/composer/mandolinist Chris Thile (Bluegrass Journey), formerly with Nickel Creek, will perform an acoustic mix from his solo albums as well as his current band, “Punch Brothers.”

"In our ongoing effort to highlight the important role of music in film, ASCAP is thrilled to partner once again with the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival to present the Music Lounge," said Music Lounge producer Loretta Muñoz, ASCAP Assistant Vice President - Special Projects. "We share a mutual goal of discovering, exposing and nurturing great talent, and in this, our fourth year of producing the series at the Canal Room, we look forward to providing a unique and beautiful opportunity for the worlds of music and film to connect in an intimate and creative environment."


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