The Story of Love
The crosswinds are blowing. Now, after a well-deserved nod from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominating committee, a Madison Square Garden concert with Bruce Springsteen, Darlene Love is Down Under, performing the lead in FAME while a movie is going to be made about her incredible life.
After going Down Under for Fame and just returning from a triumph at the Adelaide Festival, A new movie is now in production about Darlene Love’s incredible life with a date to be announced shortly.
After the Summer Festival dates, Darlene will begin the fall engagements leading to her extensive “Love for the Holidays” Christmas tour in December which includes a return visit for the 29th time to “Late Night with David Letterman” on the CBS Network.
Darlene Love‘s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” performance has been an annual yuletide tradition on David Letterman’s late night shows for nearly 30 years. But with Letterman set to retire in May 2015, Love visited the Late Show one final time to sing […]
Don’t miss Darlene Love’s last performance of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on David Letterman. (Click here to see the full video)
The music legend will sing “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” for the 21st and final time for Dave Letterman. Vladimir Duthiers sits down with Love to discuss this holiday tradition. (Click here to watch the video)
Darlene Love would like it known that she is available at the holiday season to perform “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” under certain conditions. “It’s still a Christmas song till Jan. 1,” said Ms. Love, the rock, soul and gospel singer, […]
David Letterman’s holiday broadcast is a zany, wonderful thing that will be dearly missed when Letterman steps down next year, especially since Darlene Love will no longer have a regular platform to sing her classic “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” […]
Darlene Love’s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” is a modern classic and one of the very few holiday songs that is not only beloved by many, but also hasn’t been covered to death. (We don’t consider one catchy Mariah Careyversion “covered to death.”) […]