Posts tagged "Carson Daly"

Weezer Laugh Off $10MM Break Up Offer, Get Blue On Carson Daly

Weezer have some of the most loyal fans I've ever seen. But that fandom can morph into some ugly forms. One of those forms? Hating everything Weezer's done since Pinkerton. One such pre-Green album fan, Seattle's James Burns, is taking his early Weezer fandom to its logical (or illogical) conclusion: He's trying to raise $10… More »

By: jessica / October 7, 2010

Lykke Li Covers Kings Of Leon In A Snuggie

Kings Of Leon covers, are they the new Britney covers? Well, no, because there is no irony implied by these Followill followers. Europeans take the boys very seriously. Lykke's interpretation of Because Of The Times' renegade parenting anthem first surfaced online last fall as a mashup of sorts, titled "Knocked Up (RodeoMore »

By: Scott Lapatine / April 17, 2009

The Cure Bring Carson Daly “Sleep When I’m Dead”

Robert Smith and compatriots have been making the Late Night rounds in support of 4:13 Dream for a couple months, delivering both Kimmel "Freakshow" and Leno "The Perfect Boy" in mid-December. (No love for Letterman.) After a bit of a pause, Carson Daly gets "Sleep When I'm Dead." Sleep and death… More »

By: brandon / February 9, 2009

Cut Copy Bring “Lights And Music” To Carson

The heroes of Fork Fest made their American network television debut on Carson last night. That show is generally insufferable, but the stage setup for its musical guests couldn't be more perfect for the Aussies, or the first impression it gave to the audience of literally tens of Carson Daly's regular viewers. "LightsMore »

By: Amrit Singh / October 3, 2008

Morrissey Hits NYC With New Tunes, Support Act

Who made it to Moz's five-nighter at Hammerstein this past week? The ever charming man kept it eventful, performing new material and kicking his opening act off the tour. We've already heard the new song not about Paris Hilton, "Throw Your Arms Around Paris." For those unsatisfied with the shitty bootleg video quality… More »

By: Stereogum / October 29, 2007