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Статья после радиоинтервью ДЛ на сайте сериала.

What In the World Is Jon Lindstrom Up To Now? Posted by World Turner on November 28, 2010 at 8:01 PM

Everything.

Also known to As The World Turns fans as the faintly tarnished but lovable Craig Montgomery, Lindstrom just finished a play that received a great review from The New York Times; started a new CD project with his band, The High Lonesome, that will soon be released; and he shot a guest appearance for the CBS prime time hit, Blue Bloods. He even found time to sit down for an interview recently for blog talk radio.

We won't give away everything he talked about on the internet radio show, Outtakes, in case you want to listen. But we will share with you a few juicy tidbits.

The multi-talented actor talked about the recent trends in soap opera production and reality TV:

“Anyone that can come up with the formula, the approach that would make soap opera as a medium, viable again, is going to be the richest person in the world, because the TV networks want it," he said. "They don’t want to put on reality shows any more than you want to watch them.”

The 2010 Daytime Emmy award nominee said that while World Turns could certainly return to the airwaves in the form of reruns if there is a market, it is less likely viewers will see new installments of the show, but he didn't rule it out.

"I don't think there's a hope in hell that the show would be newly produced, but you know, even that situation could change if the people that are involved in it are ready to re-brand it. That is, essentially, reinventing the show under the same title," he said. "I supposed that could happen but, again, they would have to make it cost about a fifth of what it did and it was already stretched to the max to produce it the way we produced it."

While others continue to sing the death song for daytime dramas, Lindstrom said one only needs to watch cable television to see that soap opera is still all around us.

"Sons of Anarchy is a soap opera," he said. "It's about interrelated people and how they cross over because of their emotions, and they have to go searching for their long lost children. They just happen to be doing it on motorcycles," he joked. "So if you look around, soap opera is all around you. I think what's changing is something that has to change. It has to be dressed up as something else that we've gotten used to in order for it to be cost-effective. ... That cost, unfortunately, is what's killing the daytime soaps."

We may very well be relegated to watching "Craig Montgomery" on youtube right now, but we will soon have new music from Lindstrom's band, The High Lonesome, for which he plays drums. Formed in the mid-1980s, the band eventually went on a long-term hiatus, until now. Earlier this year Lindstrom inspired the band, which he describes as alternative/country/rock, to regroup. The band is expected to release a collector's album in about 10 days, according to a post made to its facebook fan page over the weekend. Lindstrom said the group is also talking about making a video for one of the songs featured on the album.

In addition to his music and soaps, Lindstrom talked about his play and the opportunity to work alongside Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan on the CBS soap-style prime time drama, Blue Bloods.

The play, Welcome: This Is A Neighborhood Watch Community, explores the power of money and ideas. Lindstrom portrayed Warren Stanton, a take-charge husband who has some unfortunate ideas about monitoring children. The play ended Nov. 21.

Lindstrom's guest appearance on Blue Bloods was filmed this month and is scheduled to air Jan. 7. In the episode, entitled Little Fish, he plays a judge who mysteriously rules against Moynahan, who portrays a district attorney.

With this much on his plate, perhaps Lindstrom will take a break over the holidays... But I'm not betting on it.

http://www.worldturn...trom-up-to-now-
 

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Джон всегда такой жизнерадостный, улыбчивый...
:good:

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Но эта борода мне однозначно не нравится...
Наверняка, она ему для дела была нужна - для съёмок.
Бородатый сумасшедший был же как раз в это время. ;)

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Lucy, спасибо, конечно за текст... Так все понятно...
Да пожалста. Решила тут сохранить. :D
Чё делать, как переведём, так и переведём. :lol:
Насколько я поняла, это была современная социальная драма, про отношения отцов и детей.


Не нравится бородатый Линдстром, любуйся на пьяного Кепвелла в салате. Хомячок. :laugh:
 

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Просмотр сообщения Lucy (Четверг, 03 декабря 2009, 11:52:36) писал:

Не нравится бородатый Линдстром, любуйся на пьяного Кепвелла в салате. Хомячок. :laugh:
Не, спс.. :no: Пьяных мужиков терпеть не могу... а если он и на ногах стоять не в состоянии, вообще трындец... Таких под зад ногой, подальше от себя... :-{ А Мейсон и пить-то не умеет, вечно в зюзю надирается...
 

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О группе The High Lonesome

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Sometime in '86 or '87, Larry "Dex" Poindexter wanted to put together a band. An actor and singer, he'd recently been performing in an improv group - Thin Ice - and a few of the members played instruments. So, as they started to incorporate those talents into the improv show, the idea grew to start an actual band. Phil and Dex and a bass player (Tim) were the original members of what came to be the The High Lonesome. They rehearsed in the abandoned apartment next door to Dex. There was a sax player, and drummer as well. The Sax player wasn't into it and when it became apparent that the one in Thin Ice wasn't gonna' cut it, they sought out a new drummer. Dex remembered a friend from a soap he'd acted in and invited him to come play. Jon was available and motivated and so... The foursome began rehearsing. Jon invited a friend of his (Don) to come in to play lead guitar. After a bit of rehearsing, they played their first gig at Dex's and his GF's "Break-Up" Party.... a rented sound system in the backyard of their apartment building... jerry-rigged lights and a selection of covers, including The Smithereens "Blood and Roses", Badfinger's "No Matter What", and Marshall Crenshaw's "Little Wild One." It was also the first time they played a medley of "Mona / Hey, Good Lookin'" - a staple of their live set for years to come (and one that Gig and Dex sang at Jeb's wedding). Gig (who Dex had played with as a duo and in a band or two dating all the way back to Junior High) was invited to sit in. It was a lot of fun and out of that night came a desire to play more often. Gig was officially added and rehearsals began. A girl singer was added (Lauren), Don was dropped.. Tim was replaced by Jeb (through Lauren). Lauren was dropped. As the line up solidified, they began gigging around L.A. They played a night for Dex's birthday at a club - The Central - which eventually became The Viper Room. The owner had been there that night, liked the band, liked the crowd they brought in and invited them back. They played there monthly and then started gigging all over town. A number of names came and went - The Method, The Need, Hiatus, The Actors. The band finally settled on everyone's favorite Japanese live action show from childhood - Johnny Socko! After a number of years of playing every type of gig they could - acoustic gigs, benefits, charity events, the occasional birthday party - the band took a real hiatus. Gig played with other people, Dex played in a hard rock cover band, Phil, Jon and Jeb did similar things - but the spark that brought them close remained.

A chance encounter by Jon with a former A&R girl (Julie) - who was starting her own label - (and who’d seen the band and tried to interest her label at the time) led to a reunion. As the band started playing again, Julie and partner Caroline offered the band a contract on their new label, Spark Records. This led to the recording of an album. The band rehearsed like maniacs, Jon learning to play to a click track. Ten days to record and then a few more to mix. Steve Plunkett guiding us. A crazed rush. Jon layed down the drums for two days, then each of us started recording our parts on top. Tweaking. Re-recording. Then vocals. guest appearances by friends (thanks VAl!) Madness. Hours of “Bakaza!” (a made up form of pool that Jeb taught us!). Mixing. and finally...a real honest-to-god album of music. "Feel Free To Do So".

To support the album, the band did small tours up the coast of California, the Southwest - all piled in a 10 person van, equipment in tow. They were their own roadies, doing local radio shows whenever possible. They performed at Tower records live on the Sunset Strip, supporting and opening for various acts and then some radio play. The band even charted on Alt-Country and AOR lists and received “most added” status for two singles on the Billboard Hot 100. Highlight - meeting Ben Fong Torres in San Francisco! Then...? Well, when Jon had to drop out after starting to hit it on General Hospital, We found a fun compatriot to join us on drums, Doug Stanny. Jeb moved back to new york, and we pulled in Mark Magdich. We added a great guitarist to the mix as well - Wade Pistol. managers were hired, we showcased in Nashville and L.A. Then The label folded. An EP was recorded but, sadly, it felt like the band had run its course.

A few years later: A brief reunion for a soap opera weekend in Orlando was fun - and Dex’s wife got to see THL, but Phil and Jeb couldn’t join them.

Then... nothing. Well, sadness about the end of an era. Gig pursued new musical projects, Dex kept acting and wrote a musical, Phil continued with improv and became a well respected folk music humorist, Jeb became a regular on the Great White Way, Jon an emmy nominee for daytime....until...2010.

Jon inspired us to regroup and release the album digitally. Dex got inspired to write a couple of new tunes that inspired everyone to work together again...and here we are.

Maybe the trip isn’t over after all....

-THL

http://www.facebook....Lonesome?v=info


The return of The High Lonesome
The High Lonesome was an up and coming Alt-Country band that played and recorded during the mid-to-late Nineties and was made up of five close friends.

To celebrate the release of “The High Lonesome Collector’s Album,” which includes the re-mastered album “Feel Free To Do So,” the guys have put up this website to give their fans an update on where they are now as well as providing a place where you can explore all things High Lonesome.

We hope you have fun exploring our history here, and that we bring back some memories of fun times for you. Putting this site together has certainly done that for us.

Enjoy!

-Gig, Jeb, Jon, Dex and Phil

Bios

Jon Lindstrom (drums, backing vocals)

Emmy nominated Jon Lindstrom is proud to have worked successfully both in front of and behind the camera for over 20 years. His recent award winning films as an actor include “You Can’t Have it All” (2010 winner - Philadelphia Q Fest), “The Sacrifice” (2009 winner - Monaco International Film Festival) and “The Double Born” (2008 winner - Bare Bones Film Festival). His extensive television experience includes long running parts on the daytime dramas “Port Charles” and “General Hospital” for ABC and in 2010 CBS’s “As the World Turns,” for which he received the Emmy nomination as Lead Actor In A Drama Series. Other television credits of note include “CSI,” “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge” for HBO, and “The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory” on NBC. Behind the camera, Jon is well regarded for his work co-writing the screenplay for the feature film, “The Hard Easy,” with Vera Farmiga, Bruce Dern and Peter Weller. Since its 2007 release he has completed two other screenplays, “Head High,” and “How We Got Away With It.” His latest screenplay, “Anybody’s Anything,” is currently in pre-production for 2011. Other TV and film credits include “Must Love Dogs” with Diane Lane, “Right On Track” for the Disney Channel, “Fall From Grace: The Jim and Tammy Faye Baker Story” for NBC and the film “Listen to Me” for Columbia Pictures. Jon was the first actor to join the coveted directors program at ABC Daytime, and has since directed for both ABC and CBS. Although he left the program in 2002, he continues to direct short films and is planning to direct his first feature in the near future.

http://www.thehighlo...esome/bios.html
 

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Пьяных мужиков терпеть не могу...

Аналогично.

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А Мейсон и пить-то не умеет, вечно в зюзю надирается...

В этот раз, как я погляжу, вообсче... ужрамшись...Фото/изображение с Телесериал.com


 

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Просмотр сообщения Lucy (Четверг, 03 декабря 2009, 07:41:27) писал:

Да, в семье Мейсон явно никому не нужен.  :lol:

Кроме Теда никому. Да и то его вызвал Марк (не МаКормик :D).
Вон как Келли свалила, предварительно прочитав лекцию. Нужно было ему ей, когда она Дилана замочила по своему идиотизму, в тюрягу к ней придти, прочитать лекцию о её нехорошем поведении и о том, что, мол, а я тебя предупреждал, и свалить с гордым видом. :cool:

Сообщение отредактировал аж_два_о: Пятница, 03 декабря 2010, 14:38:57

 

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Просмотр сообщения Lucy (Четверг, 03 декабря 2009, 07:03:01) писал:

А, действительно, почему?!
Я думаю, он в этом комменте и сам прикололся :).

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Про брак неразборчивая фигня переводится.
Впролне разборчивая :look: . Фигня :laugh:.
Я так для себя перевела:

Когда я начал поездку по России, люди, казалось, предполагали, что я был настоящим выпивохой. Я не мог представить почему. (Дополнительная информация о пьянстве: www.tracyI'mreallynotadrinker.com.)
"Слои" (поведенческие маски, что ли?) Мейсона были обманчивы: его непростительное предсвадебное поведение продиктовано (обусловлено) его неозвученным (невысказанным) уважением к учреждению брака.


Кстати, Дэвис сам характеризует это поведение Мейсона как непростительное.
Может, играть ему было и забавно, а вот само поведение он, будучи, кстати, тревенником по жизни, всё же, как оказалось, не одобрял.

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Просмотр сообщения аж_два_о (Четверг, 03 декабря 2009, 13:37:48) писал:

Кроме Теда никому. Да и то его вызвал Марк (не МаКормик :D).
Вон как Келли свалила, предварительно прочитав лекцию. Нужно было ему ей, когда она Дилана замочила по своему идиотизму, в тюрягу к ней придти, прочитать лекцию о её нехорошем поведении и о том, что, мол, а я тебя предупреждал, и свалить с гордым видом. :cool:
Ну, положим, не лекцию - всего пару презрительных фраз, что, в общем-то, не меняет сути дела.
Но что уж говорить, если даже Тэд, который был единственным, кто Мейса хоть как-то ценил и поддерживал, и то не выдержал такого зрелища и свалил. Первый, кстати.

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Просмотр сообщения Lucy (Четверг, 03 декабря 2009, 07:52:37) писал:

Будущая счастливая жёнушка встречает своё непрезентабельное счастье. :tease:
Да... Вот где "любовь зла...". Бедная Джу :( .

Кстати, она УЖЕ тут умудрилась Мейсу лекцию на тему "Пьянство и брак" прочитать :tease:.
(А кто-то ещё говорил, что ханжа Мэри Мейсу лекции читала... :look: )

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Конкуренция!
Ещё раз конкуренция!!!
А победитель в третьей конкуренции появится уже на самой свадьбе. Пропивает Мейс свои "счастья"...

Сообщение отредактировал Alenatci: Пятница, 03 декабря 2010, 16:19:00

 

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Кстати, она УЖЕ тут умудрилась Мейсу лекцию на тему "Пьянство и брак" прочитать .
:faint: Кто бы мог подумать! :D Символичненько.
 



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