Live on Letterman
During the band’s webcast last night (Nov. 14), they played ten songs from throughout their career, including the brand-new “And the Radio Played” and “Compass.” Watch the concert now!
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 Theater. “If you made it this far you’re a true fan.”
John Mayer’s voice is back and ready to sing for you.
Tuesday night, Alicia Keys set the Ed Sullivan Theater stage “on fire” with a breath-taking and soul-baring performance that brought the 2012 season of Live on Letterman to a triumphant conclusion.
Alicia Keys will be taking the stage tonight, Tuesday (December 18), for the “Live On Letterman” concert series. You can sit back at home and watch the live stream here at 8:00 PM EST.
Alicia Keys continues to set fire to stages. After performing for the Hurricane Sandy benefit concert, 12-12-12, she is heading to the “Live On Letterman” stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Before playing the “One Headlight,” Jakob Dylan took issue with some incorrect lyric transcriptions that he’s seen online. “I would never write a line that says ‘I’m so alone!’ It’s ‘I sit alone!’ Big difference! ‘I’m so alone’ is a bit dramatic for my speed!”
Watch The Wallflowers perform live from the Ed Sullivan Theater tonight at 9 pm EST.
Mumford & Sons acknowledged the history of the venue and their fellow Brits, the Beatles, who made their debut there way back in 1964. And the banter didn’t end there.