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Josh Groban "Mystery Of Your Gift" Available Today Via All Digital Retailers - End Title Track from Boychoir

JOSH GROBAN PERFORMS END TITLE SONG FROM UPCOMING FILM BOYCHOIR, STARRING DUSTIN HOFFMAN AND KATHY BATES

 

"MYSTERY OF YOUR GIFT" AVAILABLE TODAY VIA ALL DIGITAL RETAILERS

BOYCHOIR SOUNDTRACK, FEATURING SCORE BY BRIAN BYRNE, DUE FROM REPRISE RECORDS ON MARCH 3RD

 

January 27th, 2015 - Reprise recording artist Josh Groban co-wrote and performs "Mystery of Your Gift," the end title track to the upcoming motion picture Boychoir. The song, labeled by Pete Hammond of Deadline as a potential “Best Song Oscar contender,” is now available for purchase from all digital retailers. The soundtrack to the film, featuring an original score composed by Golden Globe-nominated composer Brian Byrne (Albert Nobbs, In America) will be released by Reprise Records on March 3rd.  Boychoir, which was directed by François Girard (The Red Violin), opens in theaters in limited release this spring.

 

"From the moment I saw the first screening of Boychoir, I felt compelled to help write and sing the end song,” Groban says. “It was a joy to collaborate with François Girard and Brian Byrne on this very special film.” 

 

Boychoir stars Dustin Hoffman, Kathy Bates, Eddie Izzard, Josh Lucas, Debra Winger, Kevin McHale and newcomer Garrett Wareing as Stet. The film follows Stet, a troubled and angry 11-year-old orphan from a small Texas town, who ends up at a boychoir boarding school after the death of his single mom. Completely out of his element, he finds himself in a battle of wills with a demanding Choir Master who recognizes a unique talent in this young boy as he pushes him to discover his creative heart and soul in music.

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Pchat and twitter dump last bits of 2014. 

I feel like I have to take a few steps back to when I wasn’t so obsessed in smoothing up color in my pics and go for the flat and painterly feeling again… it feels like a boat fighting the wind. On the other hand, if I use color, its totally ready to poke some eyes.

Sorry I have been posting only pchat crap and drawing so much Ren, I’ve been focused on finishing commissions and trying to keep my sanity from quitting art.

Suspendered Sentence:

Here’s a contemporary twist on the much-painted form of Saint Sebastian—the artist kept his shirt on.

Covering up that writhing, muscled torso seems to almost defeat the purpose of painting the hunky martyr, the patron saint of soldiers, athletes, and archers whose steamy depictions by a parade of art history’s greats have made him something of a homoerotic icon

Christopher Winter bucks tradition and expectation by going the schoolboy route in Alfa Centauri St. Sebastian, who looks like he has plenty of time for the pain. He was hanging around Art Miami, part of an all-Saint-Sebastian stand at Edelman Arts built around a ca.- 1530 Titian.