Rita Wilson on the ’70s, Duetting with Willie and Costello, and Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City

The actress talks about her duets record Now & Forever and how it connects to her film Now and Then

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Rita Wilson joins Kyle Meredith to talk about Now & Forever: Duets, an album that finds her collaborating with Elvis Costello, Smokey Robinson, Willie Nelson, Leslie Odom Jr., and many more on a playlist of some of her favorite songs of the ’70s.

The actress/musician tells us about what drew her to put the spotlight on the decade; flipping classics like “Slip Slidin’ Away,” “Fire,” “Songbird,” and “I’ll Be There” into conversations between two people; and what it was like to be on the mic opposite some of the greatest artists of all time.

Wilson also discusses the LP’s connection to her movie Now & Then, and gives us a peek into the upcoming Wes Anderson film Asteroid City.

Listen to Rita Wilson talk Now & Forever: Duets and more on the Kyle Meredith With… podcast above. As always, like, review, and subscribe to KMW wherever you get your podcasts, and keep up to date with all our series by following the Consequence Podcast Network.


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