David Letterman’s Late Show ended with a career-spanning montage soundtracked by final musical guest Foo Fighters performing “Everlong,” one of Letterman’s favorite songs. E! reports that Letterman showed up to the wrap party afterwards rocking a custom Foo Fighters T under his blazer, which seems like a very sweet gift. You can see it above; […]
Over three decades and across two different networks, Late Night/Late Show host David Letterman has invited literally thousands of musical acts to appear and perform on his program. Of course, not all entertainers are equal, and some have fared much better before the unforgiving lens of the television camera than others. Show More Summary
If not for his five years in the "Saturday Night Live" band, Paul Shaffer might not have been on David Letterman's radar.The wry music director for both of the host's late-night shows -- first on NBC, then on CBS -- also participated...Show More Summary
Dave Letterman booked his favorite band to close out his three-decade-long run in late-night TV. Foo Fighters have been confirmed as the last act to earn a sign-off from Dave when his term on the "Late Show" wraps up Wednesday night...
Bob Dylan took the Ed Sullivan Theater stage as David Letterman's second-to-last musical guest Tuesday night, returning to the Late Show nearly two decades since playing "Forever Young" in 1993. But it was his appearance the year prior on the Titanic that was Late Night With David Letterman's 10th anniversary...
It looked like Bob Dylan, who performed on last night's penultimate episode, would be the last musical guest on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Letterman offered the icon a glowing tribute. Dylan returned frostiness as his last musical guest
Foo Fighters, David Letterman's favorite band, will serve as the final musical guest when the late-night host bids farewell to Late Show on Wednesday night. Letterman and Dave Grohl's band have shared a unique bond the past 15 years. In addition to frequenting the program, Foo Fighters also staged a weeklong...
Photo by Jeffrey R. Staab/CBS Bob Dylan was the musical guest on David Letterman's second-to-last "Late Show". It was Dylan's first appearance on Letterman's show in 22 years. He played "The Night We Called It a Day", which appears on his most recent album Shadows in the Night. Show More Summary
Photo Courtesy of NBC/Universal Father John Misty was the musical guest on last night's episode of "Late Night with Seth Meyers". He performed his I Love You, Honeybear tracks "True Affection" and "Nothing Good Ever Happens at the Goddamn Thirsty Crow". Show More Summary
It's David Letterman's last week, so he's only bringing back his very favorite guests — and that includes musical acts! So on Monday night, he brought back two-decade ?Late Show vet Eddie Vedder, who first performed on the show with Pearl Jam in 1996! [ Video: Adam Sandler Sings Dave An Emotional But Extremely DIRTY Goodbye Song! [...]
David Letterman is doing his last-ever Late Show on Wednesday, and during this final run of shows, he’s had some truly wonderful musical guests, including Tom Waits and Ryan Adams. Last night, for Letterman’s second-to-last show, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder did the honors, as we reported he would. (Tom Hanks was the main guest, […]
The Pearl Jam frontman served as one of David Letterman's final-ever "Late Show" musical guests during Monday night's episode.
Everyone looked like they were in need of a tissue on Sunday night after Imagine Dragons' tribute to the late Ben E. King at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. It was a hometown show for the band,...Show More Summary
After a two-decade absence from the show, it’s been announced that Bob Dylan will be the final musical guest on Late Night With David Letterman. The veteran folk rocker will appear on the show’s penultimate episode, set to air on Tuesday, May 19. Show More Summary
Ryan Adams was the musical guest on last night's episode of "Late Show With David Letterman", one of the final ones before Letterman retires next week. He performed "Starting to Hurt" from 2002's Demolition, a track he also did on a 2002 "Letterman" episode, making this a call back as Letterman winds down his lengthy run as the show's host. Show More Summary
How many musical tributes will David Letterman receive before his run as Late Show host is said and done next week? He has already been serenaded by Martin Short and Nathan Lane and last night Adam Sandler did the honors.
Is he rushing or dragging? Justin Bieber made a musical appearance during The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday night — but not in the way you think! The 21-year-old wasn't scheduled to be the musical guest on the late night talk show, but instead played the drums in the house band led by Reggie [...]
Adam Sandler took a break from filming his morally questionable Netflix film to pen a musical ode to the soon-to-be-retired David Letterman, a song he performed on Tuesday night's Late Show. The acoustic jam is jam packed with sex jokes, gross innuendos and bathroom humor, or, in other words, pretty much all Sandler has to offer these days. Show More Summary
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