A picture is worth a thousand Worldwide Pants. It was an honour and a blessing to be a part of history in the making. I’m so thankful for answered prayer, answering a skilled testing question in regards to Susan Hum to acquire the golden ticket, and the influx of interviews about the last Late Show with David Letterman. The list that was more than ten included Jay Thomas on SiriusXM (New York), Tyler and Lynch on X92.9 (Calgary), Garner Andrews on SONiC 1029 (Edmonton), the legendary Carter Brown on 105.3 KISS FM (Ottawa) (if I woke up in time), News1130 (Vancouver), 660News (Calgary), and one of my favourite commercials ever that played on CBS:
The final Late Show with David Letterman - Ed Sullivan Theater - May 20th, 2015
Our very own Rick Lee was in the audience for David Letterman’s very last show. Kiah and Tara Jean spoke to the man to find out how it went and what really goes on when the cameras are off. Audio here:
It was the end of an era last night when David Letterman had his final episode of the Late Show last night. Our very own Tara Jean Stevens decided to throw her name into the hat to be his replacement. Here’s a copy of her audition tape:
Words can’t express the emotions and feelings that will take place on May 20th, 2015. Not only is David Letterman a legend, we will never see the likes of him again on television. As I’m currently in New York City to be part of history in the making, here’s a Top Ten of ageless videos that will forever be etched in late night lore.
Just a couple of Letterman Shows left. Eddie Vedder tore it up on Monday night’s show… with only five strings.
It’s been an incredible five weeks of rehearsal memories from a band that called our city its home.
The Setlist – May 15th, 2015 (six song changes were made from May 14th, 2015).