T Bone Burnett to receive Maestro Award
‘The Hunger Games’ Music Producer T Bone Burnett is set to receive a Maestro Award from Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter for his television and film work:
Burnett, 65, will receive the honor for his contributions to film and television music, which include the soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou? and his work as executive music producer for Ethan and Joel Coen’s next film, Inside Llewyn Davis. His other film credits include The Big Lebowski, Crazy Heart and The Hunger Games. Burnett also oversaw production of the music and composed the score for the first season of the ABC TV series Nashville.
“T Bone Burnett’s music shapes the way audiences hear Hollywood today,” Hollywood Reporter editorial director Janice Min said in a statement. “From the Coen brothers’ films to The Hunger Games, his work classes him among the industry’s greatest musicians.”
Thanks to HG Girl on Fire.