Will Lee, lead singer of The Fab Faux and guitarist for the Paul Shaffer Orchestra, sang “MacArthur Park.” It was magnificent! I don’t want to take away from Richard Harris’s or Donna Summer’s famous versions, but…WOW.
Dave’s love for Casey Kasem actually led to a guest spot hosting the Top Ten on September 3, 1993. The category: “Top Ten Favorite Numbers from One to Ten!” This is classic Letterman comedy and a wonderful way to pay tribute to a radio legend.
Yesterday,”Late Late Show” host Craig Ferguson announced he wasn’t going to do the show anymore.
This is insane! We knew he was in the running, but it’s difficult to imagine Colbert as a late night host. How the heck is he even going to break the satirical character he plays on Comedy Central?
Did you see Bill Murray’s tie during his appearance with David Letterman on The Late Show this week? If you were able to get a good look, you’d have seen there’s a CTA map on it! YOU can own this tie.
Bison are fleeing Yellowstone National Park and some researchers have a theory why. They think bison can sense seismic activity and that’s why they’re taking off. Just how bad would an eruption in Yellowstone be?
While his contract was originally supposed to end in 2013, CBS ended up extending it to 2015. It seems he won’t be returning once it expires.
Remember Jake from “Two and a Half Men”? What happened to him? He got rich and crazy and he’s not a cute kid anymore! Angus T. Jones, the actor who plays Jake has since left […]
All this week, musical stars are aligning in the Ed Sullivan Theater to salute John, Paul, George and Ringo on The Late Show With David Letterman! Tuesday night, Sting was joined by female vocalist Ivy Levan, guitarist Mike Einsinger and Paul Shaffer & The CBS Orchestra to perform “Drive My Car.”
On February 9, 1964, The Beatles took the stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater, changing music and fandom forever. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic television appearance, artists like Sting, Lenny Kravitz and the Flaming Lips are returning to the same stage—now home to the Late Show with David Letterman—to honor the Fab Four.