Actor Michael C. Hall recently revealed himself to be the living embodiment of David Bowie. He’s spent the last several months starring in Bowie’s theatrical adaptation of The Man Who Fell To Earth, and also delivered a spectacular performance on the Late Show. For his latest project, Hall has his sights set on another iconic act: Radiohead.
Hall, along with singer/Tony-winner Lena Hall, will perform “Radiohead: Obsessed”, a tribute concert “dedicated to artists who inspired singular devotion.” As the New York Times reports, the set will include songs from across the UK band’s entire catalog, from 1992’s Pablo Honey to 2011’s The King of Limbs. The one-night only concert is set for March 19th at Café Carlyle in New York.
“Radiohead: Obsessed” marks something of a reunion for Michael C. Hall and Lena Hall. The two, who aren’t related, both appeared in the Broadway revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. In addition to Broadway, Lena Hall performs as a solo musician as well as fronts the band The Deafening; she’s been known to cover Radiohead classic “Karma Police” during her sets as of late.
Below, revisit Hall, aka Bowie’s Late Show performance of “Lazarus”.