TRENT REZNOR AND MADONNA

TRENT REZNOR AND MADONNA

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Shares ‘Outside’ From ‘Bird Box’ Soundtrack

Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross already have an impressive film scoring resume that includes compositions for the likes of The Social Network and Gone Girl, and now they can
add Netflix’s Bird Box to the list. Reznor took to Twitter today (Jan. 1) to thank fans for their support
in 2018 and share “Outside,” a haunting, nearly 13-minute track from the Bird Box soundtrack.
“First, THANK YOU for the support last year,” he wrote. “Between the record and tour it really felt pretty great from my perspective. Nothing is taken for granted and I appreciate you coming along
for the ride. Secondly, YES Atticus and I scored Bird Box and the soundtrack is now available.”
First, THANK YOU for the support last year. Between the record and tour it really felt pretty great from my perspective. Nothing is taken for granted and I appreciate you coming along for the ride.

Gives Surprise Performance At Stonewall Inn

Fans at the Stonewall Inn started off 2019 with a big surprise: an unannounced performance by none other than Madonna. The pop star was named an ambassador for the 50th anniversary
celebrations commemorating the riots in 1969 at the iconic Greenwich Village bar that kicked off the modern LBGTQ movement, and just after midnight she showed up with her son David
Banda to deliver a speech and perform two songs. Accompanied by Banda on acoustic guitar, she led the crowd in a
sing-along of “Like A Prayer” and covered Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”
“I stand here proudly at the place where pride began, the legendary Stonewall Inn, on the birth of a new year,” she said. “We come together tonight to celebrate 50 years of revolution.”
The singer also made a call for peace in her speech, saying, “If we truly took the time to get to know one another we would find that we all bleed the same color and we all need to love and be loved. Let’s remember who and what we are fighting for — ourselves, for each other, but truly and most importantly, what are
we fighting for? Let’s take a minute to reflect on how we can bring more love and peace into 2019, let’s look at how we can bring random acts of kindness. Maybe we can find an opening to bring the light in. Are you ready to do that?”

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