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Metallica rounded out their residency on Ferguson with a performance of "Sad But True" from their 1991 self-titled record. The band has been on the show all week and have played some of their best…   Read Story »
Last night, Metallica played the fourth night of their five-night residency on Craig Ferguson's not-long-for-this-world Late Late Show. They'd been busy the three previous three nights, running…   Read Story »
Craig Ferguson's Late Late Show is nearing the end of its run, and Metallica are a couple of nights into their week-long residency on the show. They've already played "Hit The Lights" and "Fuel" on…   Read Story »
Metallica are currently in the midst of a week-long run on Craig Ferguson's just-about-to-end Late Late Show. On their first night on the show, Metallica returned to their thrash roots, busting out…   Read Story »
Craig Ferguson's critically adored, deeply strange version of The Late Late Show is coming to a close next month, and as part of his goodbye festivities, he's invited Metallica to do a week-long…   Read Story »
Metallica have announced that they will do a week-long residency on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson to commemorate the host's departure. (Ferguson -- who announced he was leaving the show…   Read Story »
Weird Al stopped by Craig Ferguson last night to talk with the late-night host and give a performance of Mandatory Fun track "Lame Claim To Fame," which is a parody of North Carolina rockabilly band…   Read Story »
Rising from the ashes of the Morrissey debacle, Kristeen Young made her television debut last night on CBS' The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson. And boy, is she on fire. Young delivered a blazing…   Read Story »
The song is Rocky Horror Picture Show classic "Science Fiction/Double Feature," and the lineup is Coraline crew Stephin Merritt and Neil Gaiman, backing up the latter's wife along with Moby, because…   Read Story »
She & Him played "Don't Look Back" on Craig Furguson's show, and it looks like Zooey Deschanel has gotten better at the live TV performance. She doesn't seem as frightened as she did on Kimmel or…   Read Story »