BECK TO PLAY “TARANTULA” ON THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN
Music Inspired by Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar Nominated Film ROMA To Be Performed With Gustavo Dudamel Conducting 20-piece Orchestra Comprised of Los Angeles Philharmonic Members.
Beck will bring “Tarantula” to life for an exclusive debut performance February 4th on The Late Late Show with James Corden, alongside Oscar nominated director Alfonso Cuarón.
The one-time-only ROMA inspired musical performance will feature Beck joined by Gustavo Dudamel conducting a 20-piece orchestra comprised of members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, along with vocalists including Leslie Feist, Natasha Khan, Inara George and Alex Lilly, and musicians Jason Falkner (piano, vocals) and Ilan Rubin (percussion).
Beck’s Late Late Show performance is the only confirmed television appearance for the GRAMMY-winning artist, whose most recent album Colors (Capitol) is nominated in a total of three categories this year: Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Alternative Music Album and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.
For further information, contact:
Beck: Steve Martin/nasty little man firstname.lastname@example.org
Gustavo Dudamel: Howard Bragman/LaBrea Media email@example.com
Los Angeles Philharmonic: Sophie Jefferies sjefferies@laphil.
Music Inspired by the Film ROMA: Jamie Bertel/Sony Music Masterworks jamie.bertel@
ROMA: Nancy Bannister/Netflix nbannister@