Golden Globes: U2, Edward Sharpe's Alex Ebert Win for Best Original Song, Score

You could say rockers swept the Golden Globes music categories on Sunday night.

Alex Ebert, frontman for psychedelic collective Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, picked up a Best Original Score trophy for his work on All Is Lost. He was up against several scoring veterans, including John Williams (The Book Thief) and Hans Zimmer (12 Years a Slave). But music played an even more important role in the Robert Redford-starrer, which featured little spoken dialogue. To that end, it had something in common with Gravity, for which another newcomer, Steven Price, was nominated.  Read More...


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