Last night in the music club Roky told us what we have if we have ghosts. Tonight, Jeffrey Lee tells us about seeing one on the highway. What are you listening to tonight?
Last night’s “Late Late Show With James Corden” featured musical guests Weezer. They performed their new single “I Love the USA,” which recently got a music video starring Patton Oswalt. Watch their performance below.“I Love the USA” appears on the new deluxe edition of their latest self-titled album (White Album). Read Pitchfork’s 5-10-15-20 interview with Rivers Cuomo.
Last night, mere hours after Donald Trump refused to promise that he’d honor the results of the presidential election, Weezer appeared as musical guests on the Late Late Show With James Corden, attempting to restore faith in our democracy (or something) by performing their NASA anthem “I Love The USA.” A newly bearded Rivers Cuomo […]
Night two of spooooky music leading up to Halloween. Here's a gem from '67 by Detroit's Betty LaVette. How long will the witch theme continue? Depends on how long the spell lasts. What are you listening to tonight?
Any fan of Fred Armisen knows how much of a music fiend he is — he's currently the band leader of Late Night with Seth Meyers, and just released a full Talking Heads parody album with his Documentary Now! collaborator Bill Hader, to name a few of his accomplishments — ... More »
On a secluded rooftop, distanced from the chaos of New York City, Nassau somberly sits and cautions not to “Wake The Dead” in their newest music video. Singer Justin Wilcox contemplates a late night outing, “I couldn’t wait to come home/ To drink the wine that you bought/ We stay out all night/ Either way […]
So, this happened! The Roots Picnic on Saturday didn't just bring all-star musical talent and celeb-watching to New York City's Bryant Park, but also led to spillover late into the night Saturday at the Comedy Cellar. That's where Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock once again held court, onstage together riffing for hours -- this time […]
It was on this day in 1984 that the Replacements album Let It Be hit record store shelves and college radio. Within day I had myself a copy and within a week of that it was already cementing itself as one of the three albums I would listen to the most my senior year of high school. What are you listening to tonight?
We’re used to seeing singer-songwriter Regina Spektor sitting behind her piano, and that’s what we got when Spektor performed on Colbert earlier this week. But last night, Spektor was a musical guest on the Late Late Show With James Corden, and we got to see a different side of Spektor. On that show, she stood […]
James Corden has revolutionized late night for the digital age with hit music segments like Carpool Karaoke. Now, The Late Late Show host is taking on an even bigger musical mission — finally bringing back boy bands! On Tuesday's show, Corden expressed his longing for the days of "proper" boy bands, where five dudes would wear the [...]
I thought maybe I was the only who was thinking it. Then the internet was abuzz with the same theory. When Howard Dean, who is a MD, made a similar observation on Twitter last night though it seemed way more than just coincidental that...Show More Summary
Who else is heading out of town this weekend? Here the car was loaded up with the destination of a coastal town in the northwest region of Michigan's lower peninsula. A town where Hemingway hung out. I am sure by the time the weekend...Show More Summary
We absolutely adore MØ! The Danish artist stopped by The Tonight Show Wednesday night to give her late show debut of her single Final Song! While the song is perfection and we can't stop watching the music video for the songstress' track, there's nothing like a live performance! Related: The Weeknd References Brad Pitt In NSFW New Single [...]
James Blake was the musical guests on last night’s episode of “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” He performed “My Willing Heart” from his new album The Colour in Anything. Watch the performance below. Read Pitchfork’s feature, “James Blake and the Pursuit of Happiness.”
Wilco were the musical guests on last night’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” They performed “Someone to Lose” from Schmilco. Watch the performance below. (During Colbert’s intro, fellow guest Ethan Hawke stood beside...Show More Summary
Stay up past your bedtime on September 23 and take a journey through space, time and the imagination as The Music Center bends reality to create an otherworldly experience late into the night. [ more › ]
James Corden has been on a roll lately. And now, he's starring in his own advertisement for Apple Music. At Sunday night's Emmy Awards, Corden appeared in Apple Music's two-minute video as part of a new marketing campaign for the $10-a-month...Show More Summary
Apple Music unveiled a humorous 2 minute ad Sunday night during The Emmys that features late night host James Carden channeling David Bowie, Slash and The Spice Girls while pitching Apple execs Jimmy Iovine, Eddie Cue and Bozoma Saint John ideas for a new marketing campaign. WATCH: __________________________________ Related articles...
James Corden was everywhere on Sunday night (Sept. 18). The Late Late Show host was nominated for an Emmy award, he appeared in a Carpool Karaoke bit with host Jimmy Kimmel during the intro to the show and he debuted a new Apple Music ad that had him pitching some predictably terrible ideas to Apple execs Jimmy Iovine, Eddy Cue and Bozoma Saint John. Show More Summary
Late night talk show host James Corden on Sunday became the latest celebrity to feature in an Apple Music ad, with the "Carpool Karaoke" creator joining Apple executives Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine and Bozoma Saint John for a humorous TV spot that aired during ABC's presentation of the Emmy Awards.