Clear, precise instruction!
The dancing meets the high standards of the song.
For my bros.
David Letterman and his longtime cohort Paul Shaffer discussed a great many things about their lengthy stint as the host and bandleader of Late Show with David Letterman. At one point during the interview, Letterman reflected fondly on the show’s various musical guests, singling out, in particular, last year’s star-making performance by The Orwells.
The young Elmhurst natives appeared on the program in early 2014, busting through a chaotic rendition of “Who Needs You” that is still memorable to Letterman more than 12 months later. “After all these years, something like that really tickles me,” Letterman said of the performance.
Break out the headphones.
And watch for the reaction of Letterman and Shaffer at the end.
Rowan Atkinson, ladies and gentlemen.
I can’t imagine how these damn commies would offend anyone, but then I have a soft spot for irreverent bastards. You can watch the documentary Smothered and learn how they got canceled.
Also, the tune vaguely reminds me of “Wild One” by Those Darlins. I’m sure I posted this many moons ago on Ye Olde Blogge. I’m going to re-indulge this great performance by Nikki Darlin et al.
A Murder at the End of the World was superb.
Fargo is excellent.
I’m one episode into True Detective: Night Country. It seems can’t miss.
I hope you learned something.
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This may have been obvious to you fine bastards, but it was kind of a new perspective for me. See you on the monorail.