Did You Hear?
:: Tegan And Sara are among the dozen or so featured musicians in “Go Forth, Feminist Warriors,” a Rookie theme song inspired by Michael Jackson‘s “We Are The World.” (Others include Carrie Brownstein, Aimee Mann and Kate Nash.) [Rookie]
:: Jay Z performed to a small but star-studded crowd (Kate Upton, Jamie Foxx, Chris Tucker) for DirecTV’s pre-Super Bowl bash on February 1, as the biggest artist lined up that week. But when Beyonce made a surprise cameo to help perform “Drunk In Love,” she outshined everyone. [Newsday]
:: Real Time host Bill Maher nodded to a Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performance to make a controversial joke aimed at conservatives. “Now that liberals have forwarded their agenda by inserting a mass gay wedding into the Grammys, conservatives must match them tit-for-tat by having a mass shooting at the Country Music Awards,” he said. [POLITICO]
:: Late Show with David Letterman will pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of The Beatles‘ iconic debut TV performance on The Ed Sullivan Show. This week’s musical guests, including Sting and Sean Lennon, will perform covers of Beatles classics. [CBS]
After the jump, find out what music you can catch on TV today.
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — Broken Bells
:: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — Bonnie Raitt
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Zedd
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