Alternative country and indie rock recently came together when Houndmouth stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman, as the New Albany, Ind., quartet put on a raucous performance of new single "Sedona." The track, which comes off latest album Kintsugi, starts out with a little twang from frontman Matt Myers and his Gretsch White Falcon,
Los Angeles-based indie rockers the Airborne Toxic Event recently stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman to perform single "Wrong" from 2014's Dope Machines. And it impressed host David Letterman and bandleader Paul Shaffer so much that the Airborne Toxic Event might have to prepare for some extra travel mates on their tour bus.
Nashville-based Americana singer-songwriter Lera Lynn appeared on The Late Show With David Letterman earlier this week, performing "Out to Sea." The tune is the opening track to Lynn's album, The Avenues, which dropped in September 2014. Although frequently categorized as Americana, folk, or country, Lynn headed into Joshua Grange's studio in Los Angeles to record an album
Is David Letterman joining Interpol? Probably not, but the host of The Late Show definitely asked the New York-based quartet this week if he could join the band when they stopped by the Ed Sullivan Theatre. Letterman posed his question after Interpol performed their hot new single, "All the Rage Back Home," which comes off the
Tom Keifer might be better known as the frontman of 1980s bluesy metal band Cinderella, but the singer/songwriter recently dropped a solo album with 14 rocking new tracks. Keifer recently stopped by the set of The Late Show with David Letterman to play his opening single “Solid Ground,” which shows his affinity for the blues. The album (Merovee Records) also features acoustic tracks and shades of rock and country. Check out his performance on Letterman after the jump and visit Keifer’s official website to pick up a copy of The Way Life Goes.
With their new album Delta Machine coming out last month, Depeche Mode was the featured act on the most-recent edition of Live on Letterman. The British electronic rockers performed several new tracks as well as a few classics from their extensive catalog. Check out the full performance and an interview about the making of Delta Machine after the jump.
The Elvis Presley showcase continued this week on The Late Show with David Letterman with a fiery performance of “Hound Dog” by Brandon Bennett. Bennett, who was accompanied by Gretsch artist Wyatt Maxwell, is currently playing the role of “The King” in the Chicago-based production of “Million Dollar Quartet,” which celebrates the spirit of a recording session that included Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Presley.
As the youngest person ever to be named an Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Cody Ray Slaughter has made a name for himself for his version of “The King.” As such, it was fitting that Slaughter kicked off the Can’t Help Falling in Love with Elvis Week on The Late Show with David Letterman with a performance of “Jailhouse Rock.” Slaughter, who is currently in the touring production of “The Million Dollar Quartet,” dressed the part in jailhouse stripes and black jacket and jeans while shaking his hips just like Presley. In addition, Slaughter was accompanied by Gretsch artist Wyatt Maxwell on the guitar.
Carly Rae Jepsen recently stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman to perform “This Kiss,” the latest single off her 2012 album, Kiss.
Canadian band Of Gentlemen and Cowards has only been together for about two years, but it has already landed a spot on The Late Show with David Letterman. Of Gentlemen and Cowards is made up of Jake Warren, Josh Dawson, Simon Edwards and Christian Fedele. The quartet beat out bands earned the spot after winning