Kristen May has been a comfortable fit for Flyleaf since she joined the hard rock outfit in place of original singer Lacey Sturm in October of 2012. But the quintet felt it was important that its first video with May -- for "Set Me on Fire," the first single from the forthcoming "Between the Stars" album -- be a fairly straightforward performance clip.
A trio of indie rock standbys gave their fans reason to flip through the channels Monday night just before bedtime. Grabbing the biggest spotlight was Beck, who appeared on 'Colbert Report' for an interview and a two-song performance.
How this for a non-controversial statement? The Roots are an extremely talented group. They proved as much once again Monday night on The Tonight Show when host Jimmy Fallon brought back the popular segment "Freestylin' with The Roots."
The video for Beck's "Heart Like a Drum" is a lovely, eerie and meditative clip that finds him wandering around an abandoned farm with the Grim Reaper, astronauts (or at least the '50s comic book version of astronauts) and a swagged-out version of himself from his own "Loser" video.
Larry David will make a rare public appearance when he sits down for a conversation with fellow comedian David Steinberg, exclusive to Citi cardmembers, on Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. PT in the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. The David/Steinberg conversation is the first in a planned series of comedy events for Citi cardmembers, created in partnership with Carolines on Broadway's live entertainment division. Tickets for the event will go on sale Tuesday (July 29) at noon PT at CitiPrivatePass.com.