This week, the late David Bowie will receive two tributes in the form of concerts. In preparation for the sold out events, REM's Michael Stipe stopped by The Tonight Show to perform Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World" on live TV.
Tuesday on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon saw Don Cheadle in rare form--that is, as a high school drama nerd. The Golden Globe-winning actor stopped by the show to promote his upcoming film as Miles Davis in the biopic Miles Ahead and premiered a special clip from the movie.
Along with the Roots, Jimmy Fallon premiered a new song from 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne in a special late night performance. Along with the noted performers, however, were also Classicalite favorite Black Violin, a hip-hop duo from Florida.
Jimmy Fallon has made a career for himself spouting scatological humor and now his latest efforts have perturbed the flute-playing heavyweight Robert Dick. Dick, the man behind the book, "The Other Flute," however, views the segment as an opportunity.
If playing the world's smallest violin is metaphor for sob stories then what about the piccolo? For Roxanne Chalifoux and the windy instrument, it represents, actually, physical tears. Now viral, she was recently invited to perform on Jimmy Fallon with none other than The Roots.
Perhaps one of the most popular and influential jazz musicians of his generation, Clark Terry, has passed away. An advocate of jazz education and beyond, he was a mighty 94 years old.
Branford Marsalis, brother to the esteemed Wynton, has toured the world with some of jazz's greatest minds: Art Blakey, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock and Dizzy Gillespie to name a few. In a recent interview at the San Antonio Current, Marsalis talks everything from classical to his gripe with Jay Z.
Transplanted to New York City, the retooled 'Tonight Show' is about to welcome its first Broadway number as the 'Cabaret' revival cast does a number on Jimmy Fallon.