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When John Legend started playing piano at four years old, nobody could have predicted that in just over three decades, the piano boy's milestones would include nine GRAMMY's, four hit albums, a number of awards including the Starlight Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and not to mention - a worldwide fan base.
But dreams fortunately became reality for Legend, and now the 34 year old Ohio native has yet another milestone to cross off his ever growing list of accomplishments as his first Live on Letterman performance was arguably one of the most moving in the series 63 show history.
Before the show, John sat backstage for an interview - coincidently in front of a number of pictures that highlighted some of the greatest acts to ever grace the stage at the legendary Ed Sullivan Theatre. Legend reflected on a number of things including how far he's come, the feeling of winning numerous GRAMMY's - and how it felt when a family member broke one…
He would go on to elaborate on how his new album, "Love in the Future" came to be as well as how it feels to find himself performing on the same stage that The Beatles once did at the historic Ed Sullivan Theatre.
John also spoke about seeking, and subsequently finding "the definitive sound of soul" with executive producer Kanye West. Finding 'that sound' was the main goal of John's new album "Love in the Future" - and the reason that Legend and collaborators spent three weeks in Hawaii working on arrangements.
But from then on, it was all about the music. Legend hit the stage promptly at 8PM from the back of the audience, as is Live on Letterman tradition; and was ready to showoff the classic sound that earned him his name.
After the crowd finally halted their thunderous applause, Legend opened the show with an extended version of his brand new single off "Love in the Future" entitled 'Made To Love'. The singer then powered right into 'Tonight', off 2012's "Think Like A Man" soundtrack - and from that moment on, fans were singing every word.
Legend performed a number of new songs off "Love in the Future" throughout the night. Standouts from the new album included the jazzy number 'The Beginning' and the slower ballad 'All Of Me'. The latter track arguably moved every single audience member in attendance; you could hear a pin drop as John belted "I give you all of me, and you give me all of you."
By this point, John completely had the entire Ed Sullivan Theatre audience hanging on his every word and just tore the roof off the place when he jumped right into 'Ordinary People', the smash hit off his 2004 debut, "Get Lifted".
However, as all good things must always end, Legend went into the final song of the evening off 2008's "Evolver" - 'Green Light'. Fans were still singing every word; just as they had all night - and with that, Legend left the stage with style and grace; just as all the Legends before him.
John Legend is a critically acclaimed, nine-time GRAMMY Award-winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter. Legend began his career performing piano and vocals on tracks for artists including Lauryn Hill, Kanye West, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys. His debut album, 2004’s Get Lifted, sold over two million copies and earned Legend multiple GRAMMY Awards. His following album, 2006’s platinum-selling Once Again, won Legend another GRAMMY. In 2010, he collaborated with The Roots on Wake Up!, winning an additional three GRAMMY Awards. Legend’s new highly-anticipated fourth studio album, Love in the Future (G.O.O.D. Music/Columbia Records), features production by Legend and longtime collaborators Kanye West and Dave Tozer.