Late Show performance featured Wyclef Jean and Peter CottonTale.
Ahead of Friday’s premiere of Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry on Apple TV+.
Like a ’70s children’s show, but through Merrill Garbus’ art-pop mind.
The metal legends rock their iconic song to cap off a special Sunday night edition of the late-night show.
Her new solo albums, songs and instrumentals, came out last fall.
Cynthia Erivo, the Chicago’s Children’s Choir, Kofi Lost, and more also participated in the post-inauguration performance.
The former President said “I think I assumed that she had already got one… She deserves one. I’ll call Biden.”
Roots rocker celebrated her five Grammy Awards nominations by performing someone else’s song.
A bluegrass jam from his latest album, Cuttin’ Grass – Vol. 1 (The Butcher Shoppe Sessions).
Colbert described the song as “inspired by the current climate of the country with a hopeful message to the youths.”
Costello also sings “Party Girl” and explains his choice for a Trump rally song.
Wilco frontman also discusses his new album, Love Is the King, and writes a song about Colbret’s monologue.