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The latter was featured in the 2004 film "The Girl Next Door".
On the heels of the extensive 'Day I Forgot' tour, Yorn released a double live album, "LIVE From New Jersey", which was recorded at the Community Theater in Morristown, New Jersey.
Shortly after signing to Columbia records in 1999, film producer Bradley Thomas (Kingpin & There's Something About Mary) liked Yorn's act enough to request Yorn send him some rough demos for possible inclusion in the Farrelly Brothers' film Me, Myself and Irene.
Soon after, Yorn landed a job scoring all of the music to the film and also contributed the songs "Strange Condition" and "Just Another" to the film and its soundtrack.
Yorn was encouraged enough to maintain a focus on music while attending Syracuse University (class of 1996) where he was a major in the department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies and a member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity.
After graduating, Yorn moved to Los Angeles, where he began to attract a following with his performances at Largo.
Not only was it rumoured the pair were drifting further apart but their marriage had been blighted with reports of Paltrow's alleged infidelity.
Singer-songwriter Pete Yorn probably didn't foresee Scarlett Johansson's marriage to Ryan Reynolds when he first approached her about a duets album in 2006.
At that point, her love for Tom Waits hadn't yet been mocked or even made public—she was just another curvy starlet looking to break into the music biz.
Together, Johansson and Yorn (who has wooed the likes of Winona Ryder and Minnie Driver) put down nine duets they kept to themselves until now.
With all that's happened since—a wedding and an album sales stinker—the respected crooner and the actress are releasing on Sept.
Pete posted a photo of their newborn on Facebook and Twitter, along with the caption: “Hi everyone pls meet Ellington (Elle) Bee Yorn.