Live on Letterman
During the band’s ‘Live on Letterman’ webcast last night (Nov. 14), they played ten songs from throughout their career, including the brand-new “And the Radio Played” and “Compass.”
Tom Parker managed to toss his microphone under the band’s riser, prompting Nathan Skyes to call him “semi-pro at best” and Siva Kaneswaran insisting he climb under and get it.
“Thank you guys so much for coming out this evening and supporting me,” he told the packed audience at Ed Sullivan Theatre. “If you made it this far you’re a true fan.”
If you compiled a word cloud of every Queens Of The Stone Age live review ever written, just how massive would the word “swagger” be?
In celebration of the release of their sixth album, …Like Cockwork, Queens of the Stone Age will take the stage for a Live on Letterman webcast at New York’s Ed Sullivan Theater the day after the album’s release.
All four members — Mars, Laurent Brancowitz, Deck d’Arcy and Christian Mazzalai — stood in a line at the front of the stage, forming an almost impenetrable wall as they raged through songs from the new record.
Just a week after the release of their latest album, “Bankrupt!”, Phoenix is taking the stage for a special Live On Letterman performance.
A week after the release of their latest album, Bankrupt!, Phoenix will take the stage for a special Live On Letterman performance.
“This week is a big one for us,” Kimberly Perry said. “My brothers and I have been working on a new record for the last 18 months and it comes out at midnight tonight.”
Sibling musicians Kimberly, Reid, and Neil Perry–otherwise known as The Band Perry–are taking the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater this evening to perform selections from their brand-new album Pioneer, which hits stores tomorrow. The free concert is part […]
On the eve of the release of their sophomore album Pioneer, The Band Perry will take the stage at Ed Sullivan Theater in New York for a special Live On Letterman performance. The webcast will […]
Depeche Mode’s long-awaited return has kicked into high gear, with a Live on Letterman performance tonight that will be webcast live right here on Radio.com.
In celebration of their new album, Delta Machine, Depeche Mode’s will webcast their full Live On Letterman performance from New York’s historic Ed Sullivan Theater.