In the first, second, third, fourth and fifth parts of this 1997 “lost tapes” interview series with late Cream bassist Jack Bruce, we discussed his Scottish roots, Sunshine Of Your Love, drugs, Cream’s breakup, David Letterman, the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, White Room and Jimi Hendrix, among other [...]
Anxiety-ridden GOP masterminds will eventually find a way to solve the Trump Problem. Until they do, however, the Republican Party threatens to become as much of a laughingstock as what David Letterman used to call “that thing on Donald Trump’s head.”
David Letterman gave the world many things during his years as a late-night talk show host, but today, I believe we have found not only the greatest, but also the perfect way to kickstart your Independence Day weekend: Batman, in full...Show More Summary
In the first, second, third, and fourth parts of this 1997 “lost tapes” interview series with late Cream bassist Jack Bruce, we discussed his Scottish roots, Sunshine Of Your Love, drugs, Cream’s breakup, David Letterman, the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and White Room, among other things. Here, Bruce [...]
In the first, second and third parts of this 1997 “lost tapes” interview series with late Cream bassist Jack Bruce, he discussed his Scottish roots, Sunshine Of Your Love, Cream’s breakup, David Letterman and the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, among other things. Here, Bruce gives us more insight [...]
This is so deliciously random and bizarre. Stephen Colbert, heir to David Letterman’s Late Night throne and one of the GOAT political commentators of our time, interviews Eminem on a random public access TV show broadcast out of Monroe, Michigan. How did this come about? Who even knows? Colbert isn’t from Michigan, he’s from Charleston, […]
As part of his test run before he takes over David Letterman's vacated late night show, Stephen Colbert hosted an episode of "Only in Monroe", a public access talk show that airs in Michigan. During his guest appearance, he interviewed none other than Eminem. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert is back Stephen Colbert-ing gloriously even before he makes his TV debut this September as the new host of The Late Show following David Letterman's departure. His latest...
Will Ferrell, Letterman's bridge & a wedding on 'TGS' (via @patrickcotnoir) When The Late Show with David Letterman closed up shop last month, much of the set was unceremoniously dumped outside the Ed Sullivan theater for garbage pickup. Needless to...
The quirky late night host on Fusion received Letterman's permission to use the Brooklyn and George Washington Bridge replicas from the Late Show.
We couldn't be happier unless Death and Taxes had done it.
The future of TV talk shows has saved a piece of the format’s past: The Late Show With David Letterman set is safely in the hands of Fusion’s The Chris Gethard Show. Late Show’s reproductions of the Brooklyn Bridge and the George Washington...Show More Summary
He's always had a good heart! Stephen Colbert has a bit of free time on his hands since he's currently in between The Colbert Report going off the air and taking over for David Letterman on The Late Show in September. But regardless of if he was working, Colbert would probably have still found time to join [...]
Jack Rollins, the talent manager who nurtured multiple ageless comedians including Robin Williams, Woody Allen, David Letterman and many others, passed away on Thursday. He was 100. Rollins and his longtime business partner, Charles Joffe can be attributed to help the golden age of versatile comedy come to life. Show More Summary
David Letterman was a source of connection between Rich Monetti and his father. Here's how. The post Me, My Dad, and David Letterman appeared first on The Good Men Project.
When Darlene Love announced that David Letterman’s retirement would also mark her retirement from televised performances of “Christmas,” a lot of people—including us—took it as a serious loss. But now it seems there will be a little something extra from the singer this year to make up for that absence. Show More Summary
A legendary Hollywood figure who was behind a string of major comedy stars has died. The New York Times reports that Jack Rollins, who was Woody Allen’s longtime manager and a producer on most of Allen’s films, died Thursday at...
Legendary show business manager Jack Rollins, who played key roles in the careers of many top comedians including Woody Allen, David Letterman and Robert Klein, died Thursday at home in New York. He was 100.
David Letterman's final appearance as host of "The Late Show" averaged 13.76 million viewers, the CBS program's best ratings performance since February 1994.
As David Letterman bade farewell to late-night on Wednesday, celebrities poured their hearts and humor out on social media to send off the "Late Show" host after 33 years in the biz. Musicians shared their performances, comedians shared their stand-up bits and nearly all of them thanked Letterman...