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NEW YORK — Friday could have been called “National Actors Releasing Albums Day”: Kevin Bacon, Scarlett Johansson and Ezra Miller are among the famous faces who dropped new music.

But releasing music for those well-known for their roles in movies hasen’t always been a breeze.

“It’s crazy how actors bring out some kind of hostility from a rock music crowd that rock (fans think), ‘We have our idols and we don’t want you to try to share that.’ That kind of hero worship drives me crazy. I just find it such nonsense,” Michael Bacon, Kevin’s older brother and bandmate, said in an interview this week. Read More

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The Bacon Brothers stopped by Chanel in the City to discuss their new hit single, Play, how they became a successful band for 25 years and the inspiration behind their music. Watch or listen: YouTube, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Radio.com, iTunes

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Michael and Kevin Bacon, known as "The Bacon Brothers" for their music, played the Franklin Theatre last week and took time to talk to local high school students about music education following one of their sound checks.

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