We’ve been lucky to have some pretty amazing performances streamed live, right here with the Live on Letterman concert series. From 80s rock icons to 2011 chart-toppers, music’s biggest names have rocked The Ed Sullivan Theater stage and you’ve been able to watch every moment free here!
We’ve got a super huge announcement to make today… this Live on Letterman concert will be our biggest yet and we’re super excited to tell you about it. And we will… in just about 5 minutes! Until then, take a look at our 5 favorite Live on Letterman concerts so far!
#5: Adele on Live on Letterman
Her career was just starting to take off when [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Adele[/lastfm] took the stage in NYC back in February. “Rolling In the Deep” was everywhere this summer… but many heard it for the first time when she performed it on Live on Letterman.
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#4: Taylor Swift on Live on Letterman
Another one of our favorite Live on Letterman performances was streamed back in December. [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Taylor Swift[/lastfm] rocked the Ed Sullivan Theater performing hit after hit.
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#3: Incubus on Live on Letterman
Most bands don’t start with a standing ovation, but that’s exactly what greeted [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Incubus[/lastfm] during their massive Live On Letterman concert. Brandon Boyd and the band rocked the stage for a solid hour last month!
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#2: Bon Jovi on Live on Letterman
This performance felt more like a time machine trip than a concert. Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora got the Ed Sullivan theatre crowd in a frenzy, playing classic after classic… as well as a few new [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Bon Jovi[/lastfm] songs.
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#1: Katy Perry on Live on Letterman
Nobody knew quite what to expect when the unpredictable [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Katy Perry[/lastfm] walked on stage. Her dancers sported cotton candy-pink Afro wigs. Katy was clearly excited about the release of her new album, “It’s like my birthday and Christmas Day rolled all into one. It’s my release day!”
Stay tuned right here for a big announcement from Live on Letterman, presented by AT&T, rethink possible.