Chelsea Royal Get Music on NBC's 'Siberia' (Exclusive); Johnny Depp, Steve Jones, Traci Lords Hit Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute; Way More

Attending the ninth annual Johnny Ramone Tribute on Aug. 18 were, from left, Joe Dallasandro, Traci Lords, John Waters, Linda Ramone, Johnny Depp and Ricki Lake (Paul Redmond)

The Chelsea Royal Lands 3 Songs on NBC's 'Siberia'
-- Indie Los Angeles band the Chelsea Royal has landed three songs in NBC’s “Siberia” that are being promoted by the Cutting Edge Group that is handling the series’ music.

Three songs were created for various episodes, and one of the “Siberia” characters portrays a rabid fan of the group. In one episode, the cast sings the band’s single “Eternal Autumn.”
The Cutting Edge Group, which finances and provides music services for film, television and advertising, struck a deal for the music with “Siberia” executive producer Michael Ohoven of Infinity Films. Infinity Films and its production partner, Welldone, financed the first season.
Songs used in “Siberia” will be represented by the music library Cutting Edge Film Scores and the CEG-owned commercial group, CORD Worldwide. The CEG-owned label Varese Sarabande is considering releasing the band’s EP.

Nonesuch Moves Back Sdtk To Coen Brothers 'Inside Llewyn Davis'
-- Nonesuch has moved the release of the “Inside Llewyn Davis” soundtrack to Nov. 12 from Sept. 17. T Bone Burnett and Marcus Mumford oversaw the music for the Coen brothers film about the Greenwich Village folk music scene of the early 1960s. The soundtrack includes folk tunes by Mumford, Justin Timberlake and the film’s star Oscar Isaac. It is expected to play several film festivals before CBS Films releases it in theaters on Dec. 20.

Stax To Release ABC's 'Scandal' Sdtk
-- Stax Records will release the soundtrack to ABC’s “Scandal” on Sept. 3. “Songs From Scandal: Music For Gladiators” will include a dozen soul classics heard during the first two seasons of the show, including Booker T and the MG's’ "Green Onions," the RAC remix of the Staple Singers’ "Respect Yourself" and Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s "You're All I Need To Get By." The third season premieres Oct. 3.

Johnny Depp, John Waters, Steve Jones Hit Jonny Ramone Tribute
-- Johnny Depp, John Waters and Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols were among the record-size crowd attending the ninth annual Johnny Ramone Tribute at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Aug. 18. Waters’s 1990 film “Cry-Baby” was screened, followed by a Q&A with the film’s stars Depp, Ricki Lake, Traci Lords, Joe Dallesandro and James Intveld. Jones moderated. Among the musicians and artists in the audience were Shepard Fairey, Michael Des Barres, J.D. King, Pete Yorn, Slim Jim Phantom and Billy Zoom.