Ed Sullivan Theater
“The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles” airs on CBS Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. ET.
To mark the anniversary, the studio, which now houses the “Late Show With David Letterman,” will unveil a special marquee duplicating the one displayed at the Ed Sullivan Theater on the night the Beatles first performed.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic television appearance on ‘The Ed Sullivan’ show, artists like Sting and Lenny Kravitz are returning to the same stage—now home to the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’—to honor the Fab Four.
The four energetic Scotsman of Franz Ferdinand took Letterman’s stage for a twelve song performance highlighting tracks from their upcoming album Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action as well as fan favorites like “Ulysses” and “Take Me Out.”
After more than three decades, Depeche Mode is arguably still the most recognizable name in electronic music. On March 26, the band will release their eleventh studio full-length titled Delta Machine. In celebration of the new album, Depeche Mode will webcast their live performance from New York’s historic Ed Sullivan Theater Monday, March 11 at 8:00PM ET/5:00PM PT via CBS.com.
Although it’s been sixteen years since Soundgarden released a new album, their new material is as heavy and creepy as ever. And the band seem extremely enthused about their new music; dedicating 70% of their set to songs from King Animal, due out today (November 13).
Tomorrow, Soundgarden release King Animal, their first album in sixteen years. Tonight (November 12), you can see them perform some of their new songs, alongside some of their classics, from the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater, home of The Late Show With David Letterman.
The singer strapped on a banjo for her Grammy-winning track “Mean” and told the story behind the song.
Just hours before Soundgarden drops their new new album, the Seattle foursome will take the stage to treat online viewers worldwide to a webcast featuring fan favorites as well as tracks from King Animal.
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!”