ABC Media Net have posted Promotional Photos of Episode 9.17 Transplant Wateland
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GREY'S ANATOMY - "Transplant Wasteland" - The discord and chaos created by the hospital's new management team causes one physician to question his future at Seattle Grace. Meanwhile, the doctors and the interns must juggle several transplant surgeries at once, each coming with its own set of obstacles, on "Grey's Anatomy," THURSDAY, MARCH 14 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Ron Tom) KEVIN MCKIDD, CHANDRA WILSON (DIRECTOR)
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Some images of Kevin and the Rambling House Band from their gig that took place last Sunday have popped up on line
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Kevin informed us that he will start prepping for directing episode 9x21 of Grey's Anatomy on the 6th March
If you were wondering what Kevin was doing on the Day of the Oscars. He and fellow band members "The Rambling House Band" were playing a gig....
Join us for some great music while helping out struggling families in our area! “The Rambling House Band” plays Irish and Scottish music. Samples of these musician’s previous work can be heard here and here.
Scottish actor Kevin McKidd will be the Grand Marshal of the Tartan Day Parade in New York this April.
The trainspotting and Gray’s Anatomy star will lead up to 3000 pipe bands, dancers and Scottish clan representatives along Sixth Avenue. McKidd, originally from Elgin, now lives in Los Angeles.
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New York Tartan Day Parade 6th Avenue / April 6 Pipe bands, Scottish clans, Scottish terriers and Scottish groups are invited to march along 6th Avenue from W45 Street to W55. The Parade starts at 2.00pm.
Kevin has confirmed that he will be the Grand Marshal of the Tartan Day Parade
TENSIONS RISE AS NEW MANAGEMENT TAKES OVER SEATTLE GRACE, ON ABC'S "GREY'S ANATOMY"
LOS ANGELES: " Brave," the story of a rebellious, red-headed princess, won the Oscar on Sunday for Best Animated Feature.
The fairy tale from Disney's Pixar studio is set in the ancient Scottish highlands and centres around independent, horseback-riding teen, Princess Merida, who defies her mother and breaks with tradition.
When a witch grants Merida an ill-fated wish and turns her mother into a bear, the girl must gather all her resources to bring her family back together.
Directed by Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman, "Brave" was a departure for Pixar because it was the studio's first film to feature a strong female as the lead character.
"Making these things is a struggle ... It's a huge organic process and a delicate process along every step of the way," a kilt-clad Andrews told reporters backstage.
"Hopefully by the end, you have something really special and in 'Brave's case, I think we managed to pull that off," he said.
Chapman was the first woman to direct a Pixar feature, but she was replaced by Andrews in 2010 due to creative differences.
When asked backstage whether the Oscar win had made her feel better about being pulled off the film, Chapman said: "Absolutely. It says a lot for me."
"Brave" had a scarier feel than many of Pixar's previous movies, which include "Toy Story" and "Cars."
During its 17-year history making films, Emeryville, California-based Pixar has shown a knack for both making hit movies and winning Oscars.
The win for "Brave" gave Pixar its 7th Best Animated Feature Oscar since the category was first introduced at the Academy Awards in 2001.
Eight years in the making, "Brave" involved two research trips to Scotland where the creative team studied Celtic mythology.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond visited Los Angeles in June for the premiere of the film as part of a four-day trade mission aimed at luring California companies to Scotland.
Salmond also appeared on CBS' "The Late Late Show" with Scottish actors Kelly Macdonald and Kevin McKidd, who provided the film's voices of Merida and Lord MacGuffin, respectively.
Kevin attended the Disney/Pixar Celebration Saturday night: John Lasseter, Mark Andrews, Katherine Sarafian, John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer, Kevin McKidd, Alan Bergman, Robert Iger, Steve Purcell, Alan Horn, John Ratzenberger.
"Brave" director Mark Andrews, actor Kevin McKidd and "Brave" producer Katherine Sarafian attend a celebration of the Oscar nominated films "Brave" and "Wreck it Ralph" at The Edison on February 23, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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