What Are Your Emmy Picks?
June 6, 2012
Emmy-winning TV writer Ken Levine has a few suggestions.
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Dear Inman: There’s an Acura commercial with a split screen. On one half, a guy in a suit is walking through an airport. On the other, the same guy is dressed much more casually and walking through a hotel. The music is a great R and B-type song. What’s it called and who sings it? – P.W., via e-mail Dear P.W.: It’s “Say I Wanna Know” by Nick Waterhouse. Here’s the video: Be Sociable, Share! Tweet Read More →
Dear Inman: Is the song that is playing in the commercial for the Honda pilot where the family all joins in a Black Sabbath song? I think it is, But I don’t know the name of it. – C.Q., via e-mail Dear C.Q.: Close, but no hell. The song is “Crazy Train,” which appeared on Ozzy Osbourne’s first solo album in 1980, after he left Black Sabbath. Be Sociable, Share! Tweet Read More →
Dear David Inman: There’s a commercial for Sun Chips promoting their new biodegradable bag. What’s the name of the music on the soundtrack? – E.W., via e-mail Dear E.W.: That’s “The Only Other Thing” by Orba Squara. Be Sociable, Share! Tweet Read More →
Dear David Inman: On the May 11 episode of “The Finder” there was a song played that included the lyrics “how did it come to this.” Performer and title, please? – D.T., Louisville Dear D.T.: The song is “Is It Like Today” by Eliza Gilkyson. Be Sociable, Share! Tweet Read More →
Dear Incredible Inman: What’s the name of the song that played at the end of the January 12 episode of “How I Met Your Mother”? – R.E., Boston Dear R.E.: The song is “No More Wishing” by Hayley Taylor. Here’s the video: Be Sociable, Share! Tweet Read More →
Dear Incredible: Can you tell me the name of the song that played at the end of the March 9 episode of “Castle”? – R.B., Louisville Dear R.B.: That was “Stop & Stare” by OneRepublic. Be Sociable, Share! Tweet Read More →