Idina Menzel rocked everybody’s socks off with her performance of “Let It Go” at the Oscars, but last night (March 2) the Frozen star found a new way to perform the Disney hit, complete with kiddie instruments.
“I thought since it’s Jimmy’s first week we should give his audience something they can’t get anywhere else,” he said. “It’s been a great week for the show already, and I’m honored Jimmy invited me to the party!”
Amidst smoke and mirrors, Lady Gaga stormed the Tonight Show stage last night (Feb. 18) for a finely tuned performance of the title track off her 2013 album, ARTPOP.
The Irish band chose to leave the comforts of Studio 6B for the chilly Top of the Rock.
It’s only a matter of days before Jimmy Fallon takes over the ‘Tonight Show’ hosting duties and to help christen the musical stage he’s bringing in a slew of big named musical guests and one very special friend.
Plus Springsteen and his E Street Band, including Tom Morello, also played three tracks from his latest album High Hopes: “Just Like Fire Would” “Heaven’s Wall,” and the title-track.
Joking that he was stuck in traffic, but then decided to take a city bike, Sir Paul McCartney joined Fallon for a performance of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”
These two rascals! Can we just have Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon do two more installments of “The History of Rap” performance both times? That would be just great.
On ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,’ Miley performed an a cappella version of “We Can’t Stop” with The Roots and performed “Wrecking Ball” sans pants.
This week, August 12-16, sees the return of lots of artists we’ve seen a few times already this summer and a few new ones that are worth your attention.
This week (Aug. 5-9), the late-night television lineup sees a rare appearance by Daft Punk as well as rocker Joan Jett, hip-hopper Earl Sweatshirt, and country artists Brett Eldredge, Jake Owen, and Florida Georgia Line.
When Robin Thicke was recording “Blurred Lines” last year it’s doubtful he ever envisioned the song to be played with instruments you’d likely see in an elementary school classroom. But last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this is exactly what happened.
This week, July 29 – August 2, Robin Thicke sings about naughty parts, Backstreet show they’ve still got it and the Kopecky Family Band represent Nashville’s indie scene.
This week, July 22 – 26, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros make their third, likely joyous appearance on Letterman, while Kenny Chesney brings his nostalgic new single to late night.
This week, July 15-19, sees the return of R&B stateswoman Ciara, the national debut of Americana up-and-comer Pokey LaFarge, and, if the world loves us all, a reunion performance of ‘Full House’ band Jesse and the Rippers.