Rolling Stone Interviews Academy Award Winner Robert Duvall On His Song ‘Cheyenne’ From ‘Wild Horses’

When the script for his new film, Wild Horses, called for him to sing the western standard, “Cheyenne,” the 84-year-old stepped up to the microphone. He delivers an understated version of the 1906 classic, which appears on the movie’s soundtrack, out July 24th digitally and on CD October 16th. –Rolling Stone


Rolling Stone interviews Robert Duvall on “Cheyenne,” a classic song performed by the Academy Award®-winner in his latest film, Wild Horses, a western available now On Demand (rent it on iTunes).  Read the full story at Rolling Stone’s RS Country.  Wild Horses (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) featuring score by Timothy Williams (Walking With The EnemyDebug) and tracks by various artists will be available digitally on Friday, July 24 via Lakeshore Records.  See more album details below.

Wild Horses (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Pre-order The Album!

Wild Horses (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes | CD available October 16

Related: Billy Joe Shaver, Justin Young, Nicole Maguire, Caitlin Eadie, and Roy Gaines and his Tuxedo Blues Orchestra are also featured on Wild Horses.

Wild Horses is now available on VOD (rent it on iTunes).  Own Wild Horses on Blu-ray/DVD (pre-order the movie).


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