The Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in Astoria.
So, so terrible.
He’s a little *cough cough* “under the weather.”
It's called New.
The release of Kanye West’s Yeezus sucked all the air out of the musical universe this week. Yet pop music went on.
Scoring the age-old moves, song choices, and "I love you, New York!" patter of the Stones, Who, Clapton, Billy Joel, Bruce, and the rest of the white guys.
For the 12.12.12. Sandy Benefit.
It's Short's third time hosting, McCartney's fourth as musical guest.
Plus: Bon Jovi, Billy Joel, and the Who.
The former Beatle was an enthusiastic, occasionally cranky pen pal.
And he didn't even know that the 30 Rock cast member did it.
Plus: Jay Leno's Gangnam-styled "Denim Style" music video, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Also, some words from Alicia Silverstone.
London is tough on rock.
And a cricket team.
His private equity firm holds a 2.3 percent stake.
So many different jokes!
In black and white.
On younger musicians: "If they're better than me, they'll beat me."
Come on, folks.
Adele making faces! Adele giggling. More Adele.
It'll feature a bunch of covers that inspired the Lennon/McCartney magic.
It's haiku time.