Last night it was Lenny Kravitz who covered The Beatles on David Letterman. Lenny's performance was part of a week long salute to the Fab Four and their historic first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show 50 years ago.
It's official -- Jimmy Fallon is taking 'The Tonight Show' host spot beginning next February And while he's surely elated as ever, we were curious as to what the last 'Tonight Show' host had to say. No, not Jay Leno. Conan O'Brien.
Keeping up with his history of memorable appearances on David Letterman's 'Late Show,' legendary funny man Bill Murray stopped by last night and made one heck of an entrance via a hysterically put together kidnapping scene.
Well, we lost that bet. Like most people, we assumed that when Led Zeppelin showed up for a 'Late Show with David Letterman' interview last night (Dec. 3), John Paul Jones would sit quietly in the furthest chair as Robert Plant did most of the talking. Instead, the eternally underrated Jones took the lead and basically charmed the pants off the studio audience.
It has to be one heck of a sight to see, being able to be an audience member and watch David Letterman interview Conan O’Brien. They’re easily both kings of late night talk shows and have been adored by the masses for years. Now they’re meeting up once more, making plenty of late night talk show fans very happy.
CBS’s late night schedule is set for the next couple years. On Monday the network announced that ‘The Late Show’ host David Letterman and ‘The Late, Late Show’ headman Craig Ferguson have both had their contracts renewed through 2014.
When he completes his new contract, Letterman will have been a late night talk show host for 32 years, which would break the record previously held by former ‘Tonight Show’ host Johnny Carson.
The all-star combo treated the studio audience to another fiery run-through of ‘Bad Reputation,’ with Jett in fine voice and the Foos thrashing through the song like their lives depended on it. Take a look at this clip from the show and try to keep from wondering what it might sound like if Jett put the Blackhearts on hold to record an entire album with Dave Grohl and company:
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