|Author:||John Mellencamp,T Bone Burnett,Stephen King|
|Title:||Ghost Brothers of Darkland County|
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|Publisher:||Concord Music Group; Box Har/Co edition (June 4, 2013)|
John Mellencamp-Stephen King collaboration packs an emotional wallop. Ghost Brothers of Darkland County’ tour will visit Clowes Hall. Written by David Lindquist. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - John Mellencamp and Stephen King say Ghost Brothers of Darkland County isn’t ready for Broadway, but their theatrical production can’t get much better than the version that debuted Thursday at IU Auditorium. When the Ghost Brothers tour visits Clowes Hall on Oct. 18, attendees will experience a show that resembles an old-school radio play. Conventional acting and choreography are parts of the package, but only as accents - an approach that fits Mellencamp’s description of Ghost Brothers as a play with music rather than a musical.
Ghost Brothers of Darkland County is a musical by John Mellencamp, Stephen King, and T Bone Burnett. It debuted at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2012. A touring production began in late 2013 through the South and Midwest. A soundtrack was released featuring country, folk, and rock musicians
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Termed a "Southern gothic musical," Ghost Brothers of Darkland County was scripted by novelist Stephen King with the music coming from maverick heartland rocker John Mellencamp, a collaboration a bit left-field for both artists
Stephen King and Others. From the minds of co-conspirators Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett comes Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, a Southern Gothic supernatural musical thriller of fraternal love, lust, jealousy, and revenge. Set in the tiny town of Lake Belle Reve, Mississippi, the Ghost Brothers’ story centers on two sets of brothers: the ghosts of Jack and Andy, dead in an apparent murder/suicide, and their nephews, the living Frank and Drake, who seem to be headed toward the same downward spiral as their uncles
The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the long-simmering musical-theatre piece dreamed up by Stephen King, John Mellencamp and musical director T Bone Burnett keeps plodding on towards exactly the spot you expect it to g. Tinkered with on and off for 15 years, the Stephen King-John Mellencamp-T Bone Burnett musical "The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County" finally made it to Toronto on Tuesday. The verdict? Yet more tinkering wouldn't hurt, says Ben Rayner.
Stephen King is the author of more than fifty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. He is the recipient of the 2003 National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. John Mellencamp is an American rock singer-songwriter known for his heartland rock