CBS' The Late, Late Show has been admired by alternative music fans since the days of Craig Kilborn, the host who took over the late night talk show from TV legend Tom Snyder and turned it into a variety hour that welcomed cult favorite guests like Morrissey and Pet Shop Boys. Current host Craig Ferguson has continued
With the Dark Horse Comics release of Evelyn, Evelyn (a graphic novel interpretation of the bizarre band project by Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley with art by Cynthia von Buhler) only days away, ComicsAlliance conducted a short interview with Amanda Palmer about the book, a blackly humorous modern fable about two conjoined twins. We've also got some exclusive art from Evelyn, Evelyn, which also features an afterword by Palmer's husban
Singer Amanda Palmer will not only release her corpse-themed "Who Killed Amanda Palmer?" photo book -- featuring stories by her boyfriend, Neil Gaiman -- at Comic-Con, she'll also be holding a concert in San Diego next Friday night to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and its work for first amendment rights.
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Singer Amanda Palmer reports that while on her current trip to Portland, Oregon -- where she read aloud from her unreleased book "Who Killed Amanda Palmer?" with Neil Gaiman at a free Twitter concert -- she al
Amanda Palmer, the rock/cabaret songstress formerly of the Dresden Dolls, gave an impromptu concert in a Portland park last night -- one of several announced solely via Twitter -- where she played songs on the ukulele and read aloud from her new book "Who Killed Amanda Palmer," where pictures of her as a corpse are paired with stories by comics leg