Watch: Laurie Anderson Performs Song for Dogs on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"

Browse by:
Year
Browse by:
Publish date (field_publish_date)
Submitted by nonesuch on Thu, 03/17/2016 - 09:30
Article Type
Publish date
Excerpt

Laurie Anderson was a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night. She discussed and shared a clip from her new film, Heart of a Dog, and gave a special live performance from her Concert for Dogs before a lucky group of canines. You can watch it here. The film, for which Nonesuch released the soundtrack, is available to download on iTunes and VUDU through March 29 and will receive its broadcast premiere on HBO on April 25.

Copy

Laurie Anderson was a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night. She discussed and shared a clip from her new film, Heart of a Dog, and gave a special live performance from her Concert for Dogs before a lucky group of canines. You can watch it below.

Heart of a Dog, Anderson's first feature film in 30 years, is "dreamy, drifty, and altogether lovely," says the New York Times. The film, a personal essay on joy and heartbreak and remembering and forgetting, is available to download via The Criterion Collection in the United States for a limited time on iTunes and VUDU, through Tuesday, March 29. It will receive its broadcast premiere on HBO on Monday, April 25.

The complete soundtrack recording of Heart of a Dog is available from Nonesuch Records and contains the full audio recording of the film, including all music and spoken text. To pick up a copy, head to the iTunes or the Nonesuch Store now.

featuredimage
Laurie Anderson: "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," March 2016
  • Thursday, March 17, 2016
    Watch: Laurie Anderson Performs Song for Dogs on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"
    CBS

    Laurie Anderson was a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night. She discussed and shared a clip from her new film, Heart of a Dog, and gave a special live performance from her Concert for Dogs before a lucky group of canines. You can watch it below.

    Heart of a Dog, Anderson's first feature film in 30 years, is "dreamy, drifty, and altogether lovely," says the New York Times. The film, a personal essay on joy and heartbreak and remembering and forgetting, is available to download via The Criterion Collection in the United States for a limited time on iTunes and VUDU, through Tuesday, March 29. It will receive its broadcast premiere on HBO on Monday, April 25.

    The complete soundtrack recording of Heart of a Dog is available from Nonesuch Records and contains the full audio recording of the film, including all music and spoken text. To pick up a copy, head to the iTunes or the Nonesuch Store now.

Enjoy This Post?

Get weekly updates right in your inbox.
terms

X By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Nonesuch based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. I understand that I can opt-out at any time by emailing privacypolicy@wmg.com.

Thank you!
x

Welcome to Nonesuch's mailing list!

Customize your notifications for tour dates near your hometown, birthday wishes, or special discounts in our online store!
terms

By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Nonesuch based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. I understand that I can opt-out at any time by emailing privacypolicy@wmg.com.

Related Posts

  • Friday, February 3, 2023
    Friday, February 3, 2023

    Molly Tuttle was on NPR's All Things Considered as part of its series on first-time Grammy Award nominees. Tuttle is nominated for two Grammy Awards: Best New Artist and, with her band Golden Highway, Best Bluegrass Album for their debut album, Crooked Tree. She talks with host Ailsa Chang from the famed Station Inn in Nashville and performs the title track to the album. You can hear it here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Wednesday, February 1, 2023
    Wednesday, February 1, 2023

    Thomas Adès’ Dante—a ballet score in three acts based on Dante Alighieri’s La Divina Commedia—was recorded by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel in concert at Disney Hall for the premiere recording, due April 21 on Nonesuch Records. Dante was first performed at the Royal Opera House as part of Wayne McGregor’s The Dante Project for the Royal Ballet, with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and with designs by visual artist Tacita Dean. “In any new shortlist of great ballet scores by Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Bartók, Ravel, Prokofiev, Britten, and Bernstein, Dante must newly be included for its musical invention alone,” exclaims the Los Angeles Times. “There is not a second in its 88 minutes that doesn’t delight. All of it is unexpected and wanted.” The collectable limited vinyl two-LP edition includes artwork by Dean and photography from the Royal Ballet’s performance.

    Journal Topics: Album ReleaseArtist News