Category: TV

‘The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill’: Watch full, hour-long BBC documentary

‘The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill’: Watch full, hour-long BBC documentary

With Kate Bush set to take the stage this week in London for her first full concerts in 35 years, the BBC on Friday night aired an hour-long documentary “The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill,” featuring archival footage, plus new interviews with fans including John Lydon, Elton John and more.

Video: Echo & The Bunnymen bring ‘Holy Moses’ to ‘Late Night with David Letterman’

Video: Echo & The Bunnymen bring ‘Holy Moses’ to ‘Late Night with David Letterman’

Echo & The Bunnymen this week wrapped up their U.S. tour in support of brand-new album Meteorites, and capped the trek with a return appearance on “Late Night with David Letterman” last night that saw the band performing that album’s “Holy Moses” for a national TV audience.

Watch Al Jourgensen moonlight as a TV weatherman ahead of new Ministry tour, live album

Watch Al Jourgensen moonlight as a TV weatherman ahead of new Ministry tour, live album

Now that he’s out of rehab, Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen’s getting back to the business of being Al Jourgensen, and that means putting out a live album. getting the band back for a new tour and, last but not least, trying his hand at being a TV weatherman.

R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, Mike Mills help Joseph Arthur pay tribute to Lou Reed on Letterman

R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, Mike Mills help Joseph Arthur pay tribute to Lou Reed on Letterman

By now you’ve heard about R.E.M.’s Mike Mills breaking the news of David Letterman’s retirement yesterday, but here’s the reason he was even there: Mills and former bandmate Peter Buck reunited on “The Late Show” to back Joseph Arthur’s performance of “Walk on the Wild Side.”

Bob Mould announces new album ‘Beauty & Ruin,’ plays ‘See a Little Light’ on Letterman

Bob Mould announces new album ‘Beauty & Ruin,’ plays ‘See a Little Light’ on Letterman

Bob Mould may be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Workbook at the moment, but he’s also looking ahead: Merge Records this week announced that it will release Mould’s 11th studio album, Beauty & Ruin, which “packs a staggering lifetime’s worth of emotion and experience into a 36-minute package.”

Watch Eurythmics reunite to perform ‘Fool on the Hill’ at Beatles tribute concert

Watch Eurythmics reunite to perform ‘Fool on the Hill’ at Beatles tribute concert

As promised, Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart reunited as the Eurythmics to perform a Beatles cover — “The Fool on the Hill” off Magical Mystery Tour — on the “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles” television special that was taped last month and broadcast on CBS last night.

‘A machine to make people dance’: Watch 30-minute documentary on New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’

‘A machine to make people dance’: Watch 30-minute documentary on New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’

Last summer, the members of New Order — Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert, as well as former bassist Peter Hook — and sleeve designer Peter Saville were interviewed by Swedish National Television for a 30-minute documentary on the story behind their iconic 1983 single “Blue Monday.”

Eurythmics reuniting to perform at post-Grammys tribute to The Beatles

Eurythmics reuniting to perform at post-Grammys tribute to The Beatles

Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart will reunite once again as the Eurythmics to perform a yet-to-be-announced Beatles cover at “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles,” a television special that’s being taped on Jan. 27 in Los Angeles the day after the Grammy Awards.

Video: Bad Religion rips through ‘O Come, O Come Emmanuel’ on Conan

Video: Bad Religion rips through ‘O Come, O Come Emmanuel’ on Conan

Southern California punk giants Bad Religion dropped by TBS’ “Conan” show last night to spread some Yuletide cheer, ripping through their appropriately raucous take on the classic hymn “O Come, O Come Emmanuel,” off the band’s recently released holiday album, Christmas Songs.

Video: Lee Ranaldo and The Dust perform ‘Lecce, Leaving’ on Conan

Video: Lee Ranaldo and The Dust perform ‘Lecce, Leaving’ on Conan

Nearing the end of a December swing across the West Coast, Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo brought his new band The Dust — featuring SY drummer Steve Shelley — to TBS’ “Conan” show last night to perform “Lecce, Leaving,” the opening track to the band’s 2013 album Last Night on Earth.

Watch Mazzy Star perform ‘California’ on Fallon in first TV appearance in 20 years

Watch Mazzy Star perform ‘California’ on Fallon in first TV appearance in 20 years

Mazzy Star dropped by “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last night to promote its comeback album Seasons of Your Day with its first television performance in nearly two decades. The group, shrouded in darkness, performed lead single “California,” which you can watch here.

Video: Johnny Marr plays gorgeous ‘Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want’ on Fallon

Video: Johnny Marr plays gorgeous ‘Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want’ on Fallon

Johnny Marr made a return visit to “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last night, performing “Generate! Generate!” off the new album for broadcast, but then treating the studio audience to a gorgeous, web-only performance of The Smiths’ classic “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want.”

Video: Nine Inch Nails bring ‘All Time Low’ to ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ in network TV debut

Video: Nine Inch Nails bring ‘All Time Low’ to ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ in network TV debut

Hard to believe, but last night’s appearance by Nine Inch Nails on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” was billed as the band’s first-ever network television performance. Trent Reznor and Co., in Los Angeles to play the Staples Center, performed a mini concert on Kimmel’s outdoor stage, with “All Time Low” getting aired on the show.