Meet Paper Pilots, Bon Temps’ Newest Vampire Band

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On the True Blood season 6 finale, the residents of Bon Temps gathered at the newly-christened Bellefleur’s for some BBQ, dancing, and a live performance by Paper Pilots, fronted by vampire James (Luke Grimes). We caught up with the real Paper Pilots front man, Justin David Bocchieri, to find out more about the band and their experience on True Blood. Tell ... Read More »

MUSIC: “Life Matters”


We’ve updated the True Blood season 6 music page with songs from episode 6.09, “Life Matters”, including the title song which was performed by True Blood composer Nathan Barr and Tara Buck’s (Ginger) husband Chris Pierce. Click here to see. Updated 08.12.13: We checked in with both Nathan Barr (composer for True Blood) and Gary Calamar (the show’s music supervisor), ... Read More »

Janina Gavankar Introduces Deborah Ann Woll at Comic Con’s Original Music Panel


Janina Gavankar (Luna) was scheduled to moderate the Original Music Panel at this year’s Comic Con, but was called away on an emergency family matter. Something about becoming an Aunt. The music panel was made up of talented composers who have scored for such television shows as “The Vampire Diaries”, “Being Human” and “Fringe”. They are Geoff Zanelli (“The Lone ... Read More »

MUSIC: “Don’t You Feel Me”

True Blood "Don't You Feel Me"

We’ve updated the True Blood season 6 music page with songs used in episode 6.06, “Don’t You Feel Me”, including download links when available. Click here for the list. Read More »

Music Coordinator Gary Calamar & Todd Lowe Chat About the Music on True Blood

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This weekend on Extra, True Blood Music Coordinator Gary Calamar & actor Todd Lowe chat about the music used on the show, the challenge of using songs as episode titles, and recording new covers of songs exclusively for the show. Todd also teases a little bit about Terry’s storyline this season. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Love the music used ... Read More »