03:02 — Tennis System performs their new single on Last Call. This is “Lackluster” from the Troubadour.
02:32 — Last Call heads to the Troubadour for the music of Tennis System. Here they are with “Esoteric.”
01:53 — Tennis System performs “Call It Home” from the legendary Troubadour in LA. This is Last Call.
04:24 — Stand-up comic Londale Theus Jr. is the subject of the Last Call Comedy Spotlight.
02:18 — No Parents recently performed “Hunting in Huntington” during a gig at Teragram Ballroom, and Last Call was there to capture it all. Take a look.
02:11 — No Parents bring punk rock to Last Call and the Teragram Ballroom stage. From Downtown LA, here they are performing “History."
05:00 — Joseph Fiennes talks “The Handmaid’s Tale” in the Last Call Spotlight.
04:48 — Eugene Mirman is a writer, comedian, and actor best known for his voice work on “Bob’s Burgers.” For more, check him out in the Last Call Spotlight.
04:57 — Mädchen Amick returns to "Twin Peaks" and the role that made her famous. Find out more in the Last Call Spotlight.
04:55 — Last Call heads to the Troubadour for a performance of "Everything" by the band Strand of Oaks. Take a look.
04:59 — Stand-up comic Maggie Maye gets the Last Call Comedy Spotlight treatment.
04:32 — Strand of Oaks performs "Goshen '97" from the legendary Troubadour in Los Angeles. Only on Last Call.
03:43 — The Frights bring surf punk to Last Call. Here they are performing “Tungs” from the El Rey.
04:23 — SoCal band The Frights performs “Of Age” from the El Rey on Last Call with Carson Daly.
05:00 — The man who has been dubbed “Hip Hop’s Howard Stern” stops by Last Call in support of his book, “Black Privilege.” This is Charlamagne Tha God.
02:49 — Night Beats performs “No Cops” from The Glass House in Pomona. Only on Last Call.
04:49 — The writer behind the Amy Schumer/Goldie Hawn comedy “Snatched” is featured in the Last Call Spotlight. This is Katie Dippold.
02:45 — Last Call sets up shop at The Glass House for the music of Night Beats. This is “Puppet On A String."
04:57 — “Silicon Valley” star Thomas Middleditch gets the Last Call Spotlight treatment.
04:54 — The band Night Beats is featured on Last Call with Carson Daly. Here they are performing “Hey Mama” from The Glass House.
04:29 — Lucy Gillespie is the creator of the semi-autobiographical web series, “Unicornland.” She’s also the focus of the Last Call Spotlight.
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- Premiered: January 8, 2002
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: A late-night talk show featuring on-location interviews and concert performances by emerging music artists. (more)