Here Are The Musical Guests For ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ This Week

After 148 days, the Writers Guild Of America strike is over. The most immediate apparent change in light of that is this week’s return of late-night TV shows. That also means the return of late-night TV musical performances, so here are the artists taking the stage on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert this week.

Louis Cato — Monday, October 2

Cato, who took over as The Late Show‘s bandleader after Jon Batiste’s departure in 2022, was a natural choice to perform on the show’s first night back. He delivered a rendition of “Reflections,” the title track from his latest album.

Boygenius — Tuesday, October 3

This performance is perfect timing for Boygenius: The trio (Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, Julien Baker) just announced their new EP The Rest and they’re playing at the Hollywood Bowl later this month.

Japanese Breakfast — Wednesday, October 4

Michelle Zauner became a literary star over the past couple years with her successful memoir Crying In H Mart. Her latest Japanese Breakfast album is 2021’s Jubilee, so a song from that feels likely for her Colbert performance.

Thursday, October 5

As of this post, there is currently no musical guest listed for the Thursday episode, per TV Guide.

Friday, October 6

As of this post, the guests for the Friday episode have yet to be announced, per TV Guide.

Here Are The Musical Guests For ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ This Week

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is back on the air this week after the WGA received a fair agreement following a months-long writers strike. However, since the Screen Actors Guild is still on strike, actors can appear as guests but cannot promote their projects.

Because of this, the late-night shows are also bringing on some fun musical guests to entertain the audience. Here’s who’s been scheduled so far for this week.

John Mayer — Monday, October 2

John Mayer appeared as Jimmy Fallon’s musical guest for the show’s return on Monday. He followed Matthew McConaughey on the night’s lineup, and Fallon had some jokes about it. “And Matthew McConaughey will sing too,” he said. “I haven’t asked him yet, but… Matthew will you?”

Jelly Roll — Tuesday, October 3

Tonight, Jelly Roll is the musical guest. For those not familiar, he is a country musician and rapper on the rise. He took home three CMT Awards earlier this year and just dropped a new album, Whitsitt Chapel, in June.

Carly Pearce — Wednesday, October 4

The Tonight Show will keep the country vibes going on Wednesday with Carly Pearce as the performer. The Grammy Award winner is also a member of the Grand Old Opry as of 2021.

Maluma — Thursday, October 5

While there currently aren’t any actors scheduled to appear on the Thursday episode, according to TV Guide, Maluma will be there to bring the energy. His latest album is this summer’s Don Juan.

Killer Mike feat. Robert Glasper and Eryn Allen Kane — Friday, October 6

Finally, to close out the week, Killer Mike will be joined by special guests including the Grammy-winning jazz musician Robert Glasper and Eryn Allen Kane for a not-to-miss performance.

Here Is The Record Store Day Black Friday Vinyl Release List For 2023

Record Store Day has unveiled the titles that they will be releasing for Black Friday 2023, just next month on November 24. Among the pressings, there are a few key titles that fans will be hoping to get their hands on.

Here’s what to know.

Noah Kahan is putting out a vinyl version of his Cape Elizabeth EP for the first time. Originally released in 2020, it will be available on a color marble vinyl as his “thank you to the fans who stuck around, came to shows, watched my livestreams and listened.”

Another RSD First release, Post Malone‘s The Diamond Collection will be available on clear vinyl.

Rilo Kiley will be reissuing their Under The Blacklight album on a translucent “blacklight” vinyl — available for the first time in this form since 2007.

Joni Mitchell’s Court And Spark Demos exclusive vinyl will include the never-before-heard recordings made during the album’s creation process.

Grateful Dead fans can also grab a vinyl copy of their Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA 3/2/1969 show. This will be limited to 7,500 copies and be a 5xLP pressing.

Other artists on this year’s list include releases from Dr. Dre, The Doors, The Jonas Brothers, The Beach Boys, De La Soul, Phoenix, Kim Petras, and more.

For a complete list of Record Store Day Black Friday 2023 titles, visit here.

Some artists covered here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

Who Will Perform Next At The Sphere?

U2 kicked off their Las Vegas residency recently in the brand new opening of the massive Sphere venue. The group is currently set to play 25 shows in total of their U2: UV Achtung Baby Live At Sphere shows through December 16.

However, some might be wondering who will play the venue after them, considering it cost $2.3 billion to build the giant globe. Right now, there aren’t currently any musical acts set to follow U2 — but there very well could be soon.

There will, though, be a premiere of director Darren Aronofsky’s film titled Postcards From Earth inside the venue. He was previously seen setting it up inside to see what the immersive experience would look like.

After social media users started to see photos of what U2’s set looked like inside the venue, many had suggestions of who should play the next. (The stage looked quite small, as it primarily relied on the images around the entire bubble to control the experience.)

“Before I say Taylor Swift I need to know the capacity of this glass ball,” one fan wrote.

Lots of other fans threw out ideas like NMIXX, Monsta X, aespa, and more K-pop acts who could deliver breathtaking visuals. While none of these acts have been confirmed, it is still fun to imagine. Continue scrolling for some more Sphere concept ideas from fans.

Where To Park Near The Hollywood Bowl

The Hollywood Bowl is one of the country’s most iconic venues, so naturally, a ton of great artists are set to perform at the Los Angeles spot this fall: The 1975 (on October 2), The Postal Service and Death Cab For Cutie (October 13), and Boygenius (October 31) are just a few examples. Once you’ve chosen which shows you want to see and you’ve secured your tickets, the next pressing concern is how you’re gonna get there.

If you opt to drive, the venue has a dedicated webpage for helping to navigate parking. Probably their most important note: “Parking at the Bowl is extremely limited and may sell out in advance! All lots are stack parked and there is no early exit. Lots open three hours before the start of each event. If inventory is still available, cashiers accept cash or credit card.”

The venue has four lots (A, B, C, D), and prices for parking vary by lot and by event. On the Hollywood Bowl parking page, spots are sold per show and there’s a handy interactive map that shows what spots are available and how much they cost. The page also notes, “All parking lots are available for advance purchase until they are sold out.”

Learn more about parking at the Hollywood Bowl here.

Doja Cat Lands Her First Multi-Week No. 1 Hit As ‘Paint The Town Red’ Returns To The Top Of The ‘Billboard’ Hot 100

Every Monday, Billboard unveils the top 10 songs on the latest Hot 100 chart. The most recent rankings, for the chart dated October 7, are out now, so let’s run down who had this week’s biggest hits.

10. Dua Lipa — “Dance The Night”

Lipa may have moved on to new movie project (the Argylle trailer just dropped last week), but her Barbie hit still has legs as it rounds out this week’s top 10.

9. Rema and Selena Gomez — “Calm Down”

Rema and Selena find themselves back in the top 10 this week after spending last week at No. 11. The song is also killing it on the US Afrobeats chart, where it’s No. 1 for a record-extending 57th week.

8. Gunna — “F*kumean”

In addition to “F*kumean” sticking around in the top 10, Gunna also recently put on a heck of a show at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, as Uproxx’s Wongo Okon notes.

7. Olivia Rodrigo — “Vampire”

After returning to No. 1 recently, “Vampire” is sitting comfortably at No. 7, the same position as last week.

6. Morgan Wallen — “Last Night”

“Last Night” just won’t go away: It was No. 8 last week, but now the 16-week No. 1 hit rises slightly to No. 6.

5. Zach Bryan — “I Remember Everything” Feat. Kacey Musgraves

After debuting at No. 1 four weeks ago, Bryan and Musgraves hold steady at No. 5, while the song is No. 1 on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Rock Songs charts for a fifth week.

4. Taylor Swift — “Cruel Summer”

After reaching as high as No. 3 and living at No. 6 last week, Swift’s “Cruel Summer” returns to the top 5 at No. 4, which is pretty good for a song that originally came out in 2019.

3. Luke Combs — “Fast Car”

Combs’ Tracy Chapman cover continues to be a consistent top-10 presence on the Hot 100 as it spends its second week at No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

2. SZA — “Snooze”

“Snooze” was No. 3 last week, and while it didn’t claim the top spot, it did reach a new high at No. 2 this week.

1. Doja Cat — “Paint The Town Red”

“Paint The Town Red” previously spent a single week back at No. 1, but after a spell away, the song is back on top, making it Doja’s first song to spend multiple weeks at No. 1.

Some artists covered here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

What’s Next For Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance World Tour?’

Beyoncé recently wrapped up the North American leg of her massive Renaissance World Tour, as she closed it last night (October 1) in Kansas City. While she previously finished the European run earlier this year, many fans are wondering if there will be any other global stops.

Some Beyhive fans spotted a cryptic post from Ticketmaster Chile’s social media account — as it is just a photo of a folder on a laptop titled “Eventos Ticketmaster 2024_Final.” Many suspect that she’s heading to South America next year. In the photo, it has 12 items listed, which could also correspond to the number of dates.

While the comments are mostly flooded with Beyoncé fans hoping it’s tied to her, others have also speculated that the folder is of 12 artists coming to South America instead. Either way, she is rumored to be one of them.

For those who also won’t or haven’t been able to make it to the Renaissance Tour, Beyoncé recently announced that she’s bringing it as a concert film to theaters on December 1. Right now, only North American showtimes have been announced, but Parkwood Entertainment has said that there will be global screenings announced at a later date.

Check out the rumored Renaissance Tour teaser post from Ticketmaster Chile below.

Here Are The Austin City Limits Set Times For 2023

This weekend marks the start of Austin City Limits for 2023, as it spans two weekends in October. With a stacked lineup, attendees have a lot to see and set times to remember. Here’s what to know about some key acts playing and when.

Friday, October 6

Delacey at 1:40-2:25 p.m. (BMI stage)
Portugal. The Man at 4:10-5:10 (Honda stage)
Lil Yachty at 4:10-5:10 (American Express stage)
Little Simz at 5:10-6:10 (T-Mobile stage)
Maggie Rogers at 6:10-7:10 (Honda)
Kali Uchis at 6:10-7:00 (American Express)
The Revivalists at 7:10-8:10 (IHG stage)
The Lumineers at 8:10 (Honda)
Kendrick Lamar at 8:40 (American Express)

Saturday, October 7

Jessie Ware at 2:00-3:00 (Honda)
Declan McKenna at 2:00-3:00 (AmEx)
Gus Dapperton at 3:00-4:00 (T-Mobile)
Rina Sawayama at 4:00-5:00 (Honda)
Coi Leray at 5:15-6:00 (IHG)
Thirty Seconds To Mars at 6:00-7:00 (Honda)
Alanis Morissette at 6:00-7:00 (AmEx)
Tove Lo at 7:00-8:00 (IHG)
Noah Kahan at 7:00-8:00 (T-Mobile)
Shania Twain at 8:00 (Honda)
Foo Fighters at 8:00 (AmEx)

Sunday, October 8

Suki Waterhouse at 3:15-4:15 (Miller Lite stage)
The Walkmen at 3:15-4:15 (T-Mobile)
Niall Horan at 4:15-5:15 (AmEx)
The Breeders at 5:15-6:15 (IHG)
GloRilla at 5:30-6:15 (T-Mobile)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs at 6:15-7:15 (Honda)
Hozier at 6:15-7:15 (AmEx)
Death Grips at 7:15-8:15 (IHG)
Odesza at 8:15 (Honda)
Mumford & Sons at 8:30 (AmEx)

The second week schedule follows a similar path, but for a complete list of acts and set times, visit ACL’s official website here.

Some of the artists mentioned are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

Where Will ‘Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé’ Be Shown?

Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour is being turned into a concert film that will play in theaters later this year. For those who are interested in attending, whether you made it to the real-life shows or not, fans might be wondering where exactly they can see it.

Here’s what to know.

Currently, the movie will open on December 1 in North America. Additional global cities will be announced at a later date, according to Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment company, which produced the film. Tickets for the US showings are $22 plus tax through AMC Theaters, as Beyoncé opted for a direct deal with the chain.

Fans attending a screening at AMC also have the option to see an early preview on November 30 starting at 7 p.m. — with select theaters playing it in IMAX and Dolby.

Finally, other movie theater chains like Regal and Cinemark will be screening the Renaissance movie. According to the press release, fans will be able to see the journey of the tour, between kicking off in Stockholm and ending in Kansas City.

To find out how to get tickets to Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, visit here or your local theater chain’s website for more information.

Until then, you can also check out the trailer above.

How To Get Tickets For Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ Concert Film

Today (October 2) is a great day for Beyoncé fans: This morning, she announced that Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, a new Renaissaince World Tour concert movie that also includes portions of her Renaissance visual film and documentary-like segments, will be shown in movie theaters. So, now that that cat’s out of the bag, how do you get tickets?

The short answer is There, you’ll find links to get tickets via AMC Theatres, Cinemark, Regal, and Fandango. Tickets are on sale now, so just select your preferred theater/vendor and get yours. You might want to act quickly, though, as some fans are experiencing online queues while trying to get tickets.

The video description of the trailer’s YouTube upload reads, “RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ accentuates the journey of RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR, from its inception, to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri. It is about Beyoncé’s intention, hard work, involvement in every aspect of the production, her creative mind and purpose to create her legacy, and master her craft. Received with extraordinary acclaim, Beyoncé’s RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR created a sanctuary for freedom, and shared joy, for more than 2.7 million fans.”

Check out the Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé trailer above.