Dave Matthews Band (45million scrobbles) made one final appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, which marks the band’s 13th performance on the show gigging dually for the regular broadcast (aired Friday, May 8) as well as for the limited run webcast concert series: Legends on Letterman – Thursday, May 7.
On February 24, 1995, Dave Matthews Band made its national television debut on the Late Show with David Letterman. The band returned to perform repeatedly over the past 20 years. Dave Matthews Band’s Legends On Letterman webcast performance will celebrate their history with the Late Show, and will take place just before their North American summer tour, which kicks off on May 13 in Austin, Texas.
Dave Matthews Band was formed in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1991 with founding members Dave Matthews (lead vocals/guitar), Stefan Lessard (bass), Carter Beauford (drums/vocals), Boyd Tinsley (violin/vocals) and LeRoi Moore (saxophone). It wasn’t long until they tireless toured along the Eastern seaboard, steadily gaining an impressive—and extremely loyal—fan base.
In 1994, the band released its major-label debut, Under The Table And Dreaming (348k listeners). Over the next 20 years, Dave Matthews Band went on to release eight studio albums and 60 live albums. They have consistently ranked as one of the decade’s top ticket sellers, and have sold over 38 million CDs and DVDs, combined.
Does his teeth bite to eat and he's rolling
Never changes a thing
The week ends the week begins
She thinks, we look at each other
The webcast, presented by Mercedez Benz, was live-streamed and is now available on-demand on CBS.com [click to watch the full concert]