Director Lee Toland Krieger’s Aunt And Uncle Play A Musical Role In ‘The Age Of Adaline’
Nancy McCallion is going Hollywood, and so is her husband, fellow Tucson musician Danny Krieger.
The couple makes its major motion picture debut in “The Age of Adaline,” a movie directed by McCallion’s nephew Lee Toland Krieger (“Celeste & Jesse Forever,” “The Vicious Kind”). Danny Krieger gets a one-line voice-over: “Keep it down in there!”; you’ll hear Nancy’s a bit longer as her song “Brighter in the Night” wafts from a car radio… But buy the soundtrack and you’ll hear the full version, the one she recorded on her 2009 indie album “Take A Picture of Me.” It’s included on a playlist that features Bob Dylan’s “Simple Twist Of Fate” and Jefferson Airplane’s “Comin’ Back to Me.” –Arizona Daily Star
Lakeshore Records is pleased to release The Age Of Adaline (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) — available now digitally — featuring various artists including Ella Fitzgerald, Bob Dylan, Jefferson Airplane and more. The soundtrack includes the track, “Brighter In The Night” by Nancy McCallion (Director Lee Toland Krieger’s aunt). Read the full story at (Arizona Daily Star) for details on Nancy McCallion and Danny Krieger’s cameos in the film. The Age Of Adaline is now playing in theaters nationwide. See full track listing and preview the album below.
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