AT&T highlights its role as the way to keep connected with loved ones as Landon Pigg’s soft melody, Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop, plays.
Landon is originally from Nashville, where his Parents encouraged his poetic and musical interests. Landon briefly lived near Chicago as a child but returned to Nashville soon thereafter. Landon hit the mainstream when Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop was featured in Grey’s Anatomy and has since been used in numerous shows and commercials.
This computer animated ATT commercial highlights the new-but-old features of a walkman phone from Sony Ericsson. The rocky, upbeat You’re Supposed to Be My Friend, plays throughout the ad. This particular version sounds slightly remixed – the original track is still very similar.
The 1990s consist of band members Jackie, Michael, and Dino.
They call Glaskow, England home, and you can find out more about their music at their website: 1990s.tv or MySpace.
A great backdrop to this Olympic AT&T commercial, The Crane Wife 3 builds to a great bass riff as AT&T touts its connectivity solutions for the 2008 Olympics.
Hailing from Portland, The Decemberists are a successful indie band. Primary songwriter, Colin Meloy, drew inspiration from an interesting source: a Japanese folk tale, The Crane Wife. It wasn’t until their aptly named album The Crane Wife that they attempted to capture that muse in their music.