“We never dated – she was my landlady when I was living in LA!
Here’s a partial list of famous females Duritz dated: -Courteney Cox -Mary-Louise Parker -Jennifer Aniston -Monica Potter -Samantha Mathis As for rumored flings Christina Applegate and Winona Ryder: What about Christina Applegate?
Duritz also contributed the songs "Spin Around," "You Don't See Me," and "You're a Star" to the Josie and the Pussycats soundtrack that were performed by the film's fictional title band.
Along with band mates Vickrey, Bryson, and Immerglück, Duritz co-wrote the song "Accidentally in Love" for the soundtrack of the movie Shrek 2, winning them each an award from BMI.
Over the course of five years, she sang onstage with the chorus and had the chance to perform with great singers such as Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti.
For anywhere from $5 to $10 a night, Rossum sang in six languages in 20 operas, including La bohème, Turandot, a Carnegie Hall presentation of La damnation de Faust, and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
She also worked under the direction of Franco Zeffirelli in Carmen.
Rossum joked in interviews that her vocal talent and affinity for music developed because her mother always listened to classical music and operas while she was pregnant with her.His work scoring music for film has been recognized by the music industry, notably with an award for co-writing the song "Accidentally in Love" for the movie Shrek 2 from BMI.Duritz's lyrics have been described as "morose" and "tortured" Before gaining fame, Duritz sang (and later wrote songs) for a few San Francisco Bay Area bands.August and Everything After was the result, containing "Round Here".After they performed as the music guest on Saturday Night Live (SNL), their single "Mr. He has collaborated with The Wallflowers (led by Jakob Dylan) on the album Bringing Down the Horse on the track "6th Avenue Heartache"; with Ryan Adams on Gold and the song "Butterfly in Reverse" from Hard Candy; with Peter Stuart on Propeller and Daisy; with Live on V; He also collaborated with Nanci Griffith on "Going Back to Georgia" and "Talk To Me While I'm Listening" from Griffith's 1994 Album Flyer. I mention that to prove I’m not a Counting Crows hater — more of a Counting Crows self-loather, if anything — so I say this with a certain amount of begrudging respect and/or wonder: how the hell did Adam Duritz get some from so many gorgeous ladies?