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Voldar: Tom Pettys Dont Come Around Here No More Used in Trailers for Cameron Crowes We Bought a Zoo When it comes to the music in his movies, director Cameron Crowe is very particular about his selections. Anything less would be out of character from the former Rolling Stone writer and the maker of 1992′s Singles and 2000′s Almost Famous. A common theme in some of Crowes films has been music by Tom Petty. That trend continues with a pair of trailers for We Bought a Zoo, which includes a taste of Pettys Dont Come Around Here No More. Based on a true story, We Bought a Zoo stars Matt Damon as a single father of two in search of, as he puts it, a new everything. I shall try to start over, Damon says in the films trailers over the familiar psychedelic sitar that defines Dont Come Around Here No More, a hit for Petty and the Heartbreakers 1985 Southern Accents album. Damons character gets his wish and gets in way over his head when he assumes control of a property that comes with more than 40 different animal species. Scarlett Johannson also stars in the movie, which is expected in theaters by the end of the year. Crowe, whose previous directorial project was the Pearl Jam documentary Pearl Jam 20, last had a non-doc film hit the big screen in 2005. That movie, the romantic dramedy Elizabethtown, included Pettys Learning to Fly from the 1991 album Into the Great Wide Open, and Itll All Work Out from 1987′s Let Me Up (Ive Had Enough). Crowe also had a Petty song in Jerry Maguire, with star Tom Cruise singing along to Free Fallin during one scene. http://ultimateclassicrock.com/tom-petty-we-bought-a-zoo-trailer/

Voldar: Tom Petty Lists His Top Ten Elvis Presley Songs Tom Petty has been a major Elvis Presley fan since the age of ten. When Rolling Stone asked him to pick his ten favorite songs for their special playlist series, Petty had a lot to say in regards to the man many regard as The King. In 1962 Pettys uncle got a job on the film set of Presleys film Follow That Dream and Petty had an opportunity to stop by for a visit. He arrived in a fleet of white Cadillacs and people were screaming, handing records over a chain-link fence for him to sign Petty recalls. I remember his hair was so black that the sunshine was glowing off of it, says Petty. That moment was pivotal for Petty and it lit a fever in him to get every Presley record he could. Petty seems especially impressed by the fact that Presley knew some of the old songs he later made his own, such as the obscure Thats All Right by Arthur Crudup and Baby, Lets Play House by Arthur Gunter. Petty admits that he prefers the pre-Army Presley and states that Heartbreak Hotel could have been the national anthem. Petty has fond memories of being a young kid and hearing the lyrics She kiss so hard she bruise my lips/ Hurts so good my heart just flips, in Mean Woman Blues and he describes One Night as heavenly. Rightly so, given Presley changed the lryics of Fats Dominos version from One night of sin is what Im paying for to One night with you is what Im now praying for. Now, if that doesnt earn Presley the good ol boy title often associated with him, what does? Pettys love of Presley was largely about the sense of discovery; as he says, Elvis became the soundtrack of my early years. Tom Pettys 10 Favorite Elvis Presley Songs: 01.Thats All Right 1954 02.Baby, Lets Play House 1955 03.Heartbreak Hotel 1956 04.Hound Dog 1956 05.Mean Woman Blues 1957 06.One Night 1958 07.Santa Claus Is Back In Town 1957 08.Cant Help Falling In Love 1961 09.A Mess Of Blues 1960 10.(Maries The Name Of) His Latest Flame 1961 http://ultimateclassicrock.com/tom-petty-top-ten-elvis-presley-songs/

Voldar: Tom Petty Guitarist Mike Campbell Auctioning Off Lunch and Guitar Lesson Guitarist Mike Campbell is ready to dine out and rock out with you if you are the high bidder that is! Campbell is holding a Lunch And Guitar Lesson Auction to benefit Rock The Dogs, an organization he and Petty founded in 2008. The two Heartbreakers started Rock The Dogs to help out our furry four legged friends. (no, not Ted Nugent). The non profit works in conjunction with The Tazzy Animal Rescue Fund of Burbank, California, and has been very succesful thus far. Rock The Dogs has been raising money by holding some very interesting auctions, mostly centered around rock and rollers. Need an autographed Stevie Nicks tambourine? Maybe a rare concert poster from Tom & the boys? You know where to find them! This luncheon is obviously a very unique opportunity, so if you are a huge Heartbreakers fan and want to help out those who bark, this is your lucky chance. Happy bidding! http://ultimateclassicrock.com/tom-petty-guitarist-mike-campbell-auctioning-off-lunch-and-guitar-lesson/

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Voldar: Tom Petty and others donate autographed guitars for auction benefiting GTIC Musicians Tom Petty and Switchfoot members Jack Johnson and Jon Foreman have signed and donated instruments to the Encinitas, California non-profit group Guitars In The Classroom, in an effort to raise funds through an 11-day online auction, entitled Peace & Love Through Music. The auction will run from November 18 through the November 28 at peacelovethrumusic.com. Musicians, music fans and those wanting to contribute to a good cause can bid on an alluring selection of items, in addition to the autographed instruments. In doing so, the winners will help benefit programs that support students. A longtime radio staple and multi-platinum selling group, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers autographed a solid cedar top Greg Bennett Rio Grande OM15 CE guitar for GITC, and Petty and Switchfoot front man Jon Foreman also signed a sunburst Fender Squier Classic Vibe Stratocaster provided by the Fender Music Foundation. Petty, himself, took guitar lessons at one point from Don Felder of The Eagles. The seminal version of his band the Heartbreakers, featuring world class guitarist Mike Campbell, was originally called Mudcrutch. Early on, the band used to play gigs in Florida, and on various occasions, they served as the opening act for the iconic Southern rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd. From there, Petty and bandmates soared into international stardom. Despite his incredible guitar playing, the Heartbreakers' lead guitarist Mike Campbell has often stated that he has never released a solo album, because he considers Petty as one of the finest songwriters around. Notes Campbell, "So what's the point?" http://www.examiner.com/rock-music-in-national/tom-petty-and-others-donate-autographed-guitars-for-auction-benefiting-gtic

SLQ: Tom talks about George... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is from the Rolling Stone magazine '100 Greatest Guitarists" issue......George came in around 10 or 11. Incidentally, Mike Campbell was in the top 100, not high enough for me though. Here's Tom talking about George......... --------------- George Harrison and I were once in a car and the Beatles song "You Can't Do That" came on, with that great riff in the beginning on the 12-string. He goes, "I came up with that." And I said, "Really? How?" He said, "I was just standing there and thought, 'I've got to do something!' " That pretty much sums him up. He just had a way of getting right to the business, of finding the right thing to play. That was part of that Beatles magic they all seemed to find the right thing to play. George knew every obscure Elvis solo; his initial influences were rockabilly Carl Perkins, Eddie Cochran, Chet Atkins, Scotty Moore but he always added something to it. Even going way back, I used to just swoon over that solo in "I Saw Her Standing There." You just can't imagine anything else there. He had that knack. And how many Rickenbacker 12-strings did that guy sell? That was a whole new sound too Roger McGuinn got the idea from George, and then Roger took it to his own place with the Byrds. When he moved over to the slide guitar later in the Beatles' career, it was a really beautiful thing to hear him play that. He once said to me, "I think modern guitar players are forgetting about pitch," and that was something he really cared about. He was very in tune when he played, the slide was very precise, and just a beautiful vibrato on it. It really sounded like a voice, like a very distinct, signature voice that came out of him. Just listen to those records. They're so immaculate, so inventive. He was a guy who could just add so much. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/100-greatest-guitarists-20111123/george-harrison-19691231#ixzz1eYcAk8kI

SLQ: 79 100 next Tom Petty's lead guitarist for more than 40 years, Mike Campbell never clutters up a song with notes when two or three bull's-eyes will suffice. "It's a challenge to make your statement in a short amount of time," he has said, "but I prefer that challenge as opposed to just stretching out." Listen to the skeletal hook that holds "Breakdown" together or the laconic, tone-bending solo in "You Got Lucky" to hear Campbell's ingenious use of negative space. "Michael is not one to show off," Petty once said. "What he says is essential." Key Tracks: "Breakdown," "You Got Lucky Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/100-greatest-guitarists-20111123/mike-campbell-19691231#ixzz1ecd9feyc

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SLQ: RS Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have been taking it easy this year - aside from Kiss My Amps Live, the vinyl only set they just released for Record Store Day's Black Friday event. But they're looking forward to cutting a new disc in 2012. "I'm writing," Petty says. "I haven't had much time to get to the studio yet, but that's my next move." Why a live album now? "I heard tapes [from 2010's Mojo Tour] and thought that it was really good playing, and that we should put it out somehow. It was as simple as that. Then I thought we should make it sound as good as we can - so we're just going to put it out on vinyl. I take it you agree with Neil Young about the inferiority of digital media. "Yeah. I've had that discussion with Neil, actually. I completely agree. In its highest form, the Blu-ray level, digital is incredible - but below that, it starts losing fidelity. I got back into vinyl a few years ago. It's hard to beat the sound" At the show last year, you seemed to have the most fun with newer tunes. If you didn't have to please the audience, how many old hits would you play? If I wasn't worrying about that at all, I probably wouldn't play any! We just did some shows last weekend at a little place and most of the show, we did pretty deep album cuts. I wouldn't be surprised if that becomes more the rule than the exception" Have you thought about making another Mudcrutch album? "I think about it every day [laughs]. We talk about it. I cant say it'll happen - but I think it is very probable." (Brian Hiatt)

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SLQ: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers have joined Bruce Springsteen, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Biffy Clyro and Noah and the Whale on the line-up for the Isle of Wight Festival 2012. Marking Petty's first UK festival appearance - and his first major UK show in 20 years -Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers will be the headline act for the main stage on the Friday (June 22) of the Isle of Wight Festival. Tom Petty has been announced as the second headliner of next summer's Isle Of Wight Festival. The singer, who released his latest album 'Mojo' last year, will headline the first night of the festival with his band The Heartbreakers. It is Petty's first ever UK festival show and his first show of any kind in the UK for over 20 years. Isle Of Wight Festival takes place from June 22 24 next summer. Tom Petty will headline the opening night (June 22) with support from Elbow, Example and Noah And The Whale. Biffy Clyro and Madness are confirmed to play the second day (June 23) with that night's bill topper still to be confirmed. Bruce Springsteen will headline the final night (June 24) and will be joined by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and The Vaccines.

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