Thursday, Oct 15 2009
Fortunately for Paul Shaffer, he's not really David Letterman's type when it comes to office touchy-feely. Maybe it's best not to bring up the Letterman scandal during the Q&A portion of An Evening With Paul Shaffer . Here to promote his new memoir, We'll Be Here For the Rest of Our Lives: A Swingin' Showbiz Saga , the little bald Canadian will share tales from his vast experience in music and TV and perform a few songs.
Wed., Oct. 21, 8 p.m., 2009
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