AWARD-WINNING PRODUCER TONY BROWN SHARES COMMENTARY ON HIS LATEST WORK WITH REBA MCENTIRE
THE TWO COLLABORATE AGAIN FOR THE SINGLE “SOMEHOW YOU DO” FEATURED IN THE FILM FOUR GOOD DAYS
Tony Brown has once again teamed up with the iconic Reba McEntire to produce her latest single “Somehow You Do,” written by the celebrated songsmith, Diane Warren. The single, which was released on Friday, April 23, is the signature tune for the forthcoming film Four Good Days, starring Glenn Close and Mila Kunis in theaters April 30. The music video for “Somehow You Do” can be viewed here.
“Receiving the opportunity, once again, to work on a Diane Warren song, as the end title of the film as great as this, was a ‘no-brainer!’ I feel so lucky, once again, to play even a small role in the movie Four Good Days
that has this much impact. The energy involved with working alongside Diane Warren and Reba made giving my all effortless. No ‘slackers’ allowed working with those two Icons. Loved it!” says Tony Brown.
The film is a true story based on the Washington Post article “How’s Amanda? A Story of the Truth, Lies, and an American Addiction”, by Pulitzer Prize Winning writer Eli Saslow, in which he documents Amanda’s attempts at maintaining her sobriety for four days under the watchful eyes of her mother, Libby. That story serves as the foundation of Four Good Days.
Reba recently shared the Four Good Days movie trailer, as well as her thoughts on this opportunity via Twitter, “I was honored to be asked to sing the theme song for the new Glenn Close and Mila Kunis ‘moving and powerful’ movie Four Good Days – in theaters April 30.”
View the trailer here: Four Good Days | Official Trailer (HD) | Vertical Entertainment
The featured track “Somehow You Do” in Four Good Days, was written by award-winning songwriter, Diane Warren. Among being known for top-charting collaborations with artists such as Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, and Cher, Diane has been nominated and received many noteworthy awards from organizations including the Recording Academy (GRAMMY), the Golden Globes, and Academy Awards.