The Late Late Show is an American late-night television talk and variety show on CBS. It first aired in January 1995, with host Tom Snyder, followed by Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson. It is currently hosted by James Corden. The show originates from CBS Television City in Los Angeles. The show differed from most of the other extant late-night talk shows during its first two decades on air in that it did not use a house band or an in-studio announcer
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There’s no word yet from Netflix about whether Letterman will host musical guests on his new show, but we’re holding out hope. Until then, here’s a look back at our rankings, originally published on May 20, 2015 (the day of his final show on CBS), of the greatest performances during Letterman’s first 35 years on television. So when Pulp made their American debut on the Late Show in 1995 with the brilliant Common People, they basically salvaged the reputation of an entire country. But it took on a more upbeat meaning when the band showed up on Letterman to play the track. The sheer joy of watching Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein jump up and down while they rip through the bull-dozing bridge of the song is worth the price of admission. Never mind that it’s one of the best songs Sleater-Kinney ever wrote.
David Letterman has announced he will retire as host of the Late Show in 2015, according to Variety (via Consequence of Sound ). Following a lengthy stint as host of NBC 's Late Night, Letterman launched Late Show on CBS in 1993 after being snubbed of NBC's " The Tonight Show. Letterman also launched a music webcast series dubbed Live on Letterman, where musicians played an hour-long set at the Ed Sullivan Theater. The series has featured Gorillaz, Ryan Adams and Queens of the Stone Age, just to name a few. It's unclear who will replace Letterman, though candidates could include " The Daily Show "'s Jon Stewart and former " Late Night " host Conan O'Brien, both of whom will have expiring TV contracts in 2015.
Incubus Performs 'Drive' LIVE On The Late Show. Stephen Colbert Unpacks The First Debate Of The 2020 Campaign. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: 'We Sent Kellyanne Conway A Subpoena This Morning'. GRAMMY-nominated artist Jon Batiste is the bandleader of The Late Show along with his band, "Stay Human. Jon is a jazz phenom and in his spare time, he can be heard playing all the jazz notes he DIDN'T play earlier. Sometimes he does it standing up, sometimes he does it sitting down, and one time after the 2016 election, he did it curled up in a ball on the ground.
Each week night, The Late Late Show with James Corden throws a late-night after-party with a mix of celebrity guests, edgy musical acts, games and sketches. Corden differentiates his show by offering viewers a peek behind the scenes into the green room, bringing all of his guests out at once and lending his musical and acting talents to various sketches. Additionally, bandleader Reggie Watts and. The Late Show with David Letterman is an hour-long weeknight comedy and talk-show broadcast by CBS from the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway in New York City. Next . Ежедневное шоу (TV Series 1996).
|1||–Jerry Garcia And David Grisman||Friend Of The Devil
Bass – Will LeeDrums – Anton FigGuitar – Felicia Collins, Sid McGinnisHarmonium – Paul ShafferMandolin – David GrismanMelodica – Bernie Worrel*Vocals, Guitar – Jerry GarciaWritten-By – Jerry Garcia, John Dawson, Robert Hunter
|2||–Sheryl Crow||Strong Enough
Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals [Backup Vocals] – Scott Bryan*Bass – Jennifer CondosDjembe – Walter Ingram*Lead Vocals, Accordion – Sheryl CrowSteel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Todd WolfeWritten-By – Bill Bottrell, Brian MaCleod, David Baerwald, David Rickets*, Kevin Gilbert, Sheryl Crow
|3||–Lou Reed||Sweet Jane
Bass – Greg CohenDrums – Danny FrankelGuitar – Mike RathkeWritten-By, Vocals, Guitar – Lou Reed
|4||–Dave Matthews Band||Too Much
Alto Saxophone – Bruce KaplerGuitar – Felicia Collins, Sid McGinnisPercussion – Will LeeTambourine – Anton FigTrumpet – Tom Mallone*Written-By, Bass – Stefan LessardWritten-By, Drums – Carter BeaufordWritten-By, Saxophone – Leroi MooreWritten-By, Violin – Boyd TinsleyWritten-By, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Dave Matthews
Alto Saxophone – Crispin CioeBacking Vocals – Cynthia Mizelle*, Lani Groves, Tawatha Agee*, William Moore Bass – Wilbur BascombConductor – Horace OttDrums – Anton FigGuitar – Felicia Collins, Sid McGinnis, Teddy RichardsLead Vocals – Aretha FranklinOrgan – Paul ShafferPercussion – Larry FratangeloPiano – Darryl HoustonTenor Saxophone – Bruce KaplerTrumpet – Lew Soloff, Tom MaloneWritten-By – Aretha Franklin, Ted White
|6||–Paula Cole||I Don't Want To Wait
Bass – Paul Bryan Drums – Jay BelleroseGuitar – Kevin BarryWritten-By, Vocals, Piano – Paula Cole
|7||–Elvis Costello And Burt Bacharach||God Give Me Strength
Bass – Will LeeCello – Ellen Westerman*, Richard LockerDrums – Anton FigFlugelhorn – Byron Stripling, Lewis M. Soloff*Guitar – Felicia Collins, Sid McGinnisOrgan, Keyboards – Paul ShafferViola – Crystal Garner, Maryhelen EwingViolin – Abe Appleman, Ann Leathers, Barry Finclair, Carol Webb Sortomme*, Cecilia Hobbs Gardener*, Jan Mullen, Laura Seaton, Marti Sweet, Paul Peabody, Richard Sortomme, Sandra ParkViolin, Concertmaster – Elena BarereWritten-By, Piano, Conductor, Arranged By – Burt BacharachWritten-By, Vocals – Elvis Costello
|8||–Lyle Lovett And Al Green||Funny How Time Slips Away
Bass – Will LeeDrums – Anton FigElectric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Robbie Condor*Guitar – Felicia Collins, Sid McGinnisOrgan – Paul ShafferTenor Saxophone – Bruce KaplerTrombone – Tom MaloneVocals – Al Green, Lyle LovettWritten-By – Willie Nelson
|9||–Van Morrison, Sinéad O'Connor And The Chieftains||Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
Bagpipes [Uilleann Pipes], Tin Whistle – Paddy MoloneyBass – Nicky ScottBodhrán – Kevin ConneffDrums – Liam BradleyFiddle – Martin Fay , Seán Keane*Flute – Matt MolloyGuitar – Foggy Little*Harp – Derek BellKeyboards – Paul ShafferVocals – Sinéad O'Connor, Van MorrisonWritten-By – Van Morrison
|10||–Jewel And Flea||You Were Meant For Me
Bass – FleaDrums – Frank VilardiVocals – JewelWritten-By – Jewel Kilcher, Steve Poltz
|11||–Rod Stewart||Reason To Believe
Backing Vocals – Fred White , Will LeeBass – Carmine RojasDrums – Dave Palmer*Guitar – Felicia Collins, Jeff Golub, Jim CreganKeyboards – Chuck Kentiss*Lead Vocals – Rod StewartMandolin – Sid McGinnisOrgan – Paul ShafferPercussion – Anton FigViolin – Don TeschnerWritten-By – Tim Hardin
|12||–R.E.M.||Crush With Eyeliner
Guitar – Nathan DecemberKeyboards – Scott McCaugheyWritten-By, Bass, Backing Vocals – Mike MillsWritten-By, Drums, Backing Vocals – Bill Berry Written-By, Guitar – Peter BuckWritten-By, Lead Vocals – Michael Stipe
|13||–Lenny Kravitz||Are You Gonna Go My Way
Bass – John Daley*Clavinet – Bernie Worrel*Drums – Cindy BlackmanGuitar – Felicia Collins, Sid McGinnisOrgan – Paul ShafferPercussion – Anton Fig, Will LeeWritten-By, Guitar – Craig RossWritten-By, Vocals, Guitar – Lenny Kravitz
|14||–Patti Smith||Who Do You Love
Bass, Backing Vocals – Anthony Shanahan*Drums, Backing Vocals – J.D. Daugherty*Guitar – Oliver RayGuitar, Backing Vocals – Lenny KayeLead Vocals – Patti SmithWritten-By – Ellas McDaniel
|9 46827-2||Various||Live On Letterman (Music From The Late Show) (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||9 46827-2||US||1997|
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