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Marketa Irglova

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  • 2012 Grammy Nominations

    1. Record Of The Year Lonely Boy The Black Keys The Black Keys & Danger Mouse, producers; Tom Elmhirst & Kennie Takahashi, engineers/mixers; Brian Lucey, mastering engineer Track from: El Camino [Nonesuch] Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) Kelly Clarkson...
  • 2013 Grammy Award nominees

    Indie-rock trio Fun. and R&B/hip-hop star Frank Ocean scored big in Grammy Award nominations, scoring six nods apiece mostly in the top Grammy categories. The Recording Academy announced the nominations Wednesday during a show in Nashville. The 55th...
  • Grammys 2013: 'Once,' 'Follies' nominated for musical theater album

    "Once" is once again in the awards spotlight. The original cast recording for the popular Broadway show is among the Grammy nominees this year in the category of musical theater albums. The show features songs by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, the...
  • Broadway review: Onstage, gorgeous 'Once' has a heart all its own

    Broadway review: Onstage, gorgeous 'Once' has a heart all its own
    There are plenty of romantic Broadway musicals. But "Once," the gorgeously crafted and intensely moving new show that opened on Broadway on Sunday night after a seamless transition from downtown to the main stem, is part of a much smaller and more...
  • At New York Theatre Workshop, 'Once,' falling slowly into a musical

    At New York Theatre Workshop, 'Once,' falling slowly into a musical
    NEW YORK -  Anyone who caught the Irish guy Glen Hansard and the Czech girl Marketa Irglova playing their gorgeous song "Falling Slowly" on the Academy Awards telecast has a sense of both the strength and fragility of "Once," the haunting, 2006...
  • Steve Carell looks to make music with 'Once' director

     
    EXCLUSIVE: Steve Carell appears to be adding one more interesting director to his dossier: "Once" helmer John Carney. Carney is in final negotiations to direct Carell's drama "Dogs of Babel," said a person familiar with the negotiations who asked not to...
  • Monster Mash: Drilling for Leonardo Da Vinci; 'Once' to Broadway

     
    Art experts have signed a petition to stop drilling into a fresco in Florence's Palazzo Vecchio, where a hidden Leonardo Da Vinci work is believed to reside. "Once," the new stage musical based on the popular 2007 movie, has set an opening day on Broadway...
  • Swell Season returns to McCabe's on Feb. 12

     
    Swell Season will play an intimate show Feb. 12 at McCabe's in Santa Monica. Duo members Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova also are profiled "The Swell Season" documentary film due for DVD release in March....
  • Coming soon: Stage versions of Oscar favorites?

     
    Once, the movie-turned-musical, has garnered eleven Tony nominations. it is the first of several serious movies to make the trip to the stage, including Far from Heaven and The Bridges of Madison County....
  • Debut solo album from the Swell Season's Glen Hansard due June 19

     
    Glen Hansard of the Swell Season is releasing his first solo album on June 19. Also former member of the Frames, Glen Hansard is putting out 'Rhythm and Repose' with backing from musicians who have played with Bob Dylan, Martha Wainwright and Bon Iver....
  • Album review: Glen Hansard, 'Rhythm and Repose'

    Album review: Glen Hansard, 'Rhythm and Repose'
    ** (out of four) Glen Hansard's richly emotional voice can bring tears to the eyes of even the grumpiest Grinch. From his work with Irish folk-rockers The Frames to his Swell Season pairing with Marketa Irglova, Hansard has never been afraid to lay...
  • Oscars Aim For Surprises To Spice Up Show

    Oscars Aim For Surprises To Spice Up Show
    After the curtain rises on Sunday's Oscars, producers hope a few surprise winners and heartfelt acceptance speeches will spice up the program in which silent movie "The Artist" is widely seen as the choice for best movie. The world's top film honors...