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10 unforgettable musical performances on the Late Show With David Letterman

Zak Ben - Sunday, April 27, 2014

Just last night on the news that we didn't want to hear.Starting in 2015, the great David Letterman will conduct his popular and critically acclaimed television show, aired every night for twenty years on the screens of the CBS network

This is probably the backbone of television entertainment stars and stripes, unmistakable with its precursor (and of course its authors) of a certain way of doing television, which over time has generated countless disciples throughout the world .

The "Late Show With David Letterman", in addition to the more than famous armchair interviews, sketch comedy and the various parodies, will go down in history for the great attention to the musical landscape that surrounds us. Those parts you have played all but own all. Since 1993 to date, any name that comes to mind has graced the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, in many cases accompanied by the CBS Orchestra of Paul Shaffer (a character on which you could write pages and pages of articles). And if the television stars and stripes has always been on the fence as to guests and new music, we owe this especially to this show. Over the past twenty years, a veritable showcase for countless artists and musicians. 

Below we've selected top 10 people live extracts as R.E.M., Miles Davis, Talking Heads, Nick Cave, Pixies and many others. Good vision! 

Top Best 10 unforgettable musical performances on the Late Show With David Letterman

Talking Heads: "I Zimbra"

REM "I Don't Know. Central Rain " 

Miles Davis"We Three King Of Orient Are"

Nick Cave: "Love Letter"


The Drive In"One Armed Scissor"

Queens Of The Stone Age: "Go With The Flow" 

Mastodon: "Oblivion"

Dinosaur Jr."The Wagon"

Pixies: "Trompe Le Monde"

King Krule: "Easy" Easy "

Bonus Track -And of course him: Paul Shaffer!