Bruce played a 1999 song “Land of Hope and Dreams” by request.
If you thought his goodbye show might be a heartfelt, tearful romp down memory lane, guess again.
It’s much sooner than you would have hoped. But, that’s true of any date he picked, right?
Comedy Central announced that 31-year-old South African comedian Trevor Noah will be taking Stewart’s position at the desk.
It needs to be someone who can poke fun at a presidential election, but who also understands what’s at stake in an election.
Stewart is expected to make the formal announcement of his departure during this evening’s show.
Last night (January 14th), former Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters, appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart to discuss his plans for bringing his Wall tour to Europe, his relief and benefit work, and how the meanings […]
Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Eric Clapton, Roger Waters, Bruce Springsteen and many others will come together Wednesday night for 12/12/12 The Concert for Sandy Relief at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Proceeds […]
Last night (December 6), New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stopped by The Daily Show and got right down to the real issues with host Jon Stewart – fan-girling over Bruce Springsteen.
Thursday night (November 8), Roger Waters will take the stage at New York’s Beacon Theater for the annual Stand Up For Heroes benefit. Part of the New York Comedy Festival (not a festival one would immediately associate Waters with), the event usually features comedians doing standup, although it’s been customary for Bruce Springsteen to perform at the show as well, telling a few jokes and doing a couple of solo acoustic songs.