Are you a fan of Beck? Or the Los Angeles Philharmonic? Or Gustavo Dudamel? Maybe all of the above?
If any of those apply to you, stay up and watch — or set your TiVo or other DVR of choice for — “The Late Late Show with James Corden” tonight (or rather early Tuesday morning, if you’re a stickler for technically accurate descriptions of chronology). Why? Because Beck et al will be performing “Tarantula” from the forthcoming album of music inspired by the Oscar-nominated film, Roma.
Click HERE for more info.
(h/t to Delmar Williams for the heads up)
Visits to @JKCorden are never dull….TONIGHT Beck will be performing music inspired by @alfonsocuaron‘s Oscar Nominated @ROMACuaron on @latelateshow joined by Gustavo Dudamel, @LAPhil members, @FeistMusic, Jason Faulkner, @IlanRubin & more! #LateLateShow https://t.co/mdWrupSl7T
— Beck (@beck) February 4, 2019