I just received, but haven’t yet watched, the pilot screener for CBS’s Swingtown, which debuts June 5. The ensemble drama is about a group of married friends and their encounters with the rising era of sexual experimentation in suburban Chicago in 1976. “The title Swingtown,” says a letter from the producers, “describes the ever-shifting …
Not exactly, but the singer/songwriter once used that simile to say what a pointless exercise writing about music was. Apparently, however, that doesn’t apply to talking about music, as he is about to demonstrate in a new show for Sundance channel:
Winehouse performs live from London. / Monty Brinton/CBS
Tuned In’s editor and Time music critic Josh Tyrangiel offers up his rundown of the duet-heavy Grammy Awards, highlighted by the appearance by satellite of human car-crash Amy Winehouse, elsewhere on time.com. Thoughts? Dissensions? Were you taken by the awards, or did you say no, no, no?