Stephen Colbert capped off his debut as the new host of CBS’s The Late Show with a bang last night, bringing together an all star line-up of stars to join the Late Show band and close out the show. Featuring the likes of Mavis Staples, Ben Folds, Aloe Blacc, Buddy Guy and many more, the
As David Letterman hangs up his double-breasted suit for good, and his bald apprentice Paul Shaffer goes into early retirement, we thought it might be fun to countdown all of the best Aussie acts who’ve made a splash on our TV screens across the King of Late Night’s 33-year reign. INXS & Ray Charles –
David Letterman hasn’t been on TV quite as long as Bob Dylan has been making music, but there’s still something incredibly poetic about one of the music industry’s most revered veterans stopping by to pay tribute to the King of Late Night in his penultimate episode. The Bard returned to the Late Show for the
Pearl Jam champ Eddie Vedder has thrashed his way into TV history, becoming one of late night talk show legend David Letterman‘s final ever musical guests with a string-breaking performance of his classic, Better Man. Vedder joined Hollywood heavyweight Tom Hanks in the third-last episode of the King of late night’s titular program, which is
Late night television legend and “king of comedy” David Letterman is stepping down from behind the Late Show desk this week, after more than 30 years in the business. Tonight Adam Sandler stopped by Letterman’s show to deliver a tribute song dedicated to his retiring hero and, guys, it didn’t suck. While the comedy factor
There was a big song and dance made about Future Islands’ big song and dance the last time that they performed live on The Late Show With David Letterman. The program’s titular host had his mind blown by frontman Samuel T. Herring’s dancefloor-scuffing moves, exclaiming “I’ll take all ‘o that you got!” Just over a
Talk show superstar David Letterman celebrated 20 years on the air last night and to celebrate, he invited his first ever guest back, actor Bill Murray, who turned up dressed like piano virtuoso Liberace in a white fluffy coat and proceeded to belt out the Whitney Houston classic I Will Always Love You. As part
Yeah Yeah Yeahs performed Sacrilege, the opening track from their upcoming album Mosquito on The Late Show With David Letterman last night, with backing from the Broadway Inspirational Voices gospel choir. Karen O was as charismatic as ever, performing in a bright yellow suit with the words ‘Violent Fuzz’ emblazoned on the back, a lyric
It’s hard to remember the last time Joan Rivers was really funny – as a member of Gen Y, I feel as though it would have been before we were all born – but Aussie comedian Adam Hills certainly didn’t find it amusing when Rivers appeared on Letterman to make fun of Adele’s appearance. Despite
In one of the few TV moments to outdo Axl Rose’s first live interview in 20 years, the legendary Led Zeppelin have made a guest appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman while currently doing the rounds in support of their latest CD/DVD release Celebration Day. Given the fact that they are all probably
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros have appeared on David Letterman to play their new song Man On Fire.
“You know what time it is? Tenacious D time, you motherfucker… Fuck Yeah!”
Ahead of their Vivid LIVE appearance later this month, Florence + the Machine performed on David Letterman‘s longstanding talk show.