Symphony of the Goddesses Coming to The Late Show

Some of gaming’s greatest music gets ready for its late night debut.

By Andy Hoover. Posted 10/06/2015 18:00 1 Comment     ShareThis

Since taking over The Late Show, Stephen Colbert has devoted a surprisingly large amount of time to video games, featuring famed let’s player Pewdiepie as well as the highly anticipated space exploration sim No Man’s Sky. This month, Colbert will be showing Nintendo fans some love by featuring The Legend of the Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses orchestra as a musical guest.

The orchestra, which has seen several tours in recent years featuring music from the Legend of Zelda series, will be appearing on The Late Show on October 13. This timing is also quite fortuitous as that date just happens to be ten days before the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. It still remains to be seen which songs will be played, but seeing how the music from the series many entries has never been anything but exceptional, you should probably bet on the selection being pretty good.

One of our writers got the chance to check out The Symphony of the Goddess not long ago and enjoyed it a great deal, so it should come as little surprise that we are excited to see the show get an opportunity to shine on such a large, mainstream broadcast.

Source: Siliconera

One Response to “Symphony of the Goddesses Coming to The Late Show

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    OG75 says...

    Date night with the wife: We’re heading to our second “Symphony of the Goddess” on Sunday the 25th. Can’t wait!

    Plus, our boys 2 & 4 are both Link for Halloween this year.

    The only thing missing is Zelda for Wii U :(

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