Quote of the Week

Quote of the Week: Laura Dern


"I wanted to go to Jupiter. That was my plan from day one, and David Lynch gave me the ticket."

Laura Elizabeth Dern
(10 Feb. 1967), American actress, daughter of actor Bruce Dern.

Quote of the Week: Duke Ellington

duke_ellington.jpg"I merely took the energy it takes to pout and wrote some blues."

Duke Ellington
(29 April 1899 - 24 May 1974), American jazz icon, composer, and performer.

Quote of the Week: Margaret Cho


"Privacy and security are those things you give up when you show the world what makes you extraordinary."

Margaret Cho
(5 Dec. 1968), American comedian, fashion designer, and actor.

Quote of the Week: Don Cheadle


"It's great to be in a film that's able to have people really want to become socially conscious, to walk out of the theatre and want to do something.”

Don Cheadle
(29 Nov. 1964), award-winning American actor.

Quote of the Week: Mark Mothersbaugh/DEVO

mark_devo.jpg"To me I think artists in general make a statement, and for the rest of their lives every album, every book are variations on a theme."

Mark Mothersbaugh
(18 May 1950), artist, composer, songwriter and leader of DEVO.

Quote of the Week: Annie Leibovitz

annie_leibovitz.jpg"When I say I want to photograph someone, what it really means is that I'd like to know them. Anyone I know I photograph."

Annie Leibovitz
(2 October 1949), noted American portrait photographer.

Quote of the Week: Elvis Costello

elvis_costello.jpg"And I don't feel any form of music is beyond me in the sense of that I don't understand it or I don't have some love for some part of it."

Elvis Costello
(born Declan Patrick MacManus, 25 Aug. 1954), English singer/songwriter.

Quote of the Week: Chet Atkins

catkins.jpg"Years from now, after I'm gone, someone will listen to what I've done and know I was here. They may not know or care who I was, but they'll hear my guitars speaking for me."

Chet Atkins (20 June 1924 - 30 June 2001), influential guitarist and record producer.

Quote of the Week: Captain Beefheart


"It's hard to use the English language. I'd rather play a tune on a horn, but I've always felt that I didn't want to train myself. Because when you get a train, you've got to have an engine and a caboose. I think it's better to train the caboose. You train yourself, you strain yourself."

Captain Beefheart (born Don Glen Vliet, 15 January 1941), American free-form rock musician and artist.

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