Matthew McConaughey and Robbie Robertson team up on The Wolf Of Wall Street’s ‘The Money Chant’.


Director, Martin Scorsese and music producer, Robbie Robertson (co-founder  of The Band) have collaborated  on multiple films over the past four decades including their recent project, The Wolf of Wall Street.

One of the favorite soundtracks from the film is “The Money Chant” – written and performed by Robbie Robertson featuring Matthew McConaughey.  Check out the trailor and an interview about the film.

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler, Jean Dujardin, Margot Robbie, Jon Bernthal, Rob Reiner, P.J. Byrne

Robbie Robertson IMDB Credit: (performer: “The Money Chant”) / (producer: “The Money Chant”) / (writer: “The Money Chant”) 

Welcome to Studio Ed!

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Ed Cherney has held one of his private studios here at the Village for nearly a decade.

Ed is a Grammy award winning Producer, Engineer, and all around great guy. Ed is especially known for his work with artists such as Iggy Pop, Bob Seger, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones, just to name a few…



We found an interview of him, filmed here at the studio for Bobby Owsinski’s DVD Handbook. Take a look!

You can find out more about Ed Cherney at his website:

Thanks for being awesome, Ed!

The White Stripes: Live at Village Studios – Hosted by KCRW

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There isn’t much to be said about The White Stripes that hasn’t already been discussed, speculated and feverishly dissected. The Detroit duo has managed to cement their status in Rock and Roll history over the course of six phenomenal studio albums (2007’s “Icky Thump” has been labeled as the groups final LP). No stranger to success – the band has managed to draw both critical acclaim and consumer praise over the course of their career.

In addition to the bands celebrated studio records – The White Stripes eclectic performances have also become stuff of legend. Known for ditching set lists and changing arrangements on a whim – the bands dynamic performances would contain a fascinating “can’t look away ” tension.

Though it is sadly no longer possible to catch the group live – The Village is proud to present a Classic KCRW session featuring the dynamic duo in all their glory.


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