David Chase On The Significance Of ‘Not Fade Away’

“Sopranos” creator David Chase is transporting movie-goers back to the swinging ’60s with his coming-of-age tale “Not Fade Away.”
The film charts the highs and lows of a fledgling rock band formed by a group of friends in suburban New Jersey, and in keeping with the period, Chase and musical supervisor Steve Van Zandt (also of “Sopranos” fame) ensured the soundtrack was chockablock with groovy tunes by the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and James Brown. But with so much material to choose from, how did Chase land upon “Not Fade Away” (penned by Buddy Holly and later covered by the Rolling…

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