Last night, Sleater-Kinney chose the Late Show with David Letterman for their first performance in nearly decade. Their reunion album, No Cities to Love, will be out next week . Watch below.
Last night, Foxygen became the latest band to earn Letterman’s enthusiasm after their performance of “How Can You Really” left him claiming, “No more phone calls! We had a winner, ladies and gentlemen!”
Foxygen was joined by a group of female backing singers and the CBS Orchestra. Catch the performance below.
Foo Fighters perform their first single “Something From Nothing” from their new album, “Sonic Highways.”
This time, Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins swapped places, Dave drumming away on the kit and Taylor doing lead vocals. They were joined on guitar by Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen. They delivered an awesome performance of the Cheap Trick classic, “Stiff Competition”.
On the third night of their The Late Show With David Letterman residency, the Foo Fighters joined Tony Joe White for a bluesy version of “Polk Salad Annie.”
Foo’s also performed one of their own songs for a special web exclusive video. Letterman introduced, “These gentlemen, we’ve known each other for a long long time now. They have crossed my path in ways unexpected and expected. And, as a result, each and every year they grow to mean more to me as human beings and talents musical artists… It’s the second song of theirs that will always have great great meaning to me for the rest of my life,” he explained. Following the performance, a teary eyed Letterman proclaimed, “You see what I mean? That’s pretty good!”
Last night (October 14), Foo Fighters continued their week-long residency on The Late Show With David Letterman, performing with two members of Heart.
Ann and Nancy Wilson joined the Foos to play Heart’s 1977 single ‘Kick It Out’. Click below to watch.
The Foo Fighters are on a massive publicity tour for their HBO special and album Sonic Highways. Everynight this week, the Foos will be the musical guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. They kicked off the week with Zac Brown and a cover of Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs.” Enjoy!