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the buildings. no idea if you get to write on your bed. when the olympics are over, they will be recycled. now, you're going to the olympics? >> you think i'll be sleeping on -- >> i bet the media will have the same thing. >> in the media village. you're going to have a paper bed. >> i will give you guys my cardboard bed when i come home. >> bring it back. >> it should be fine. >> that's going to be cool. you can take a bed back home with you. >> thank you, jeff. how about friday morning? >> we got some patchy fog, cold 30s and 40s to start. sun for the afternoon. and looking all good there on saturday for those 49ers. >> that's the big kickoff. thank you for joining us on this thursday night, almost friday. see you tomorrow. >> bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his
guests - will smith patti smith, and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 1184 >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, hello. welcome. [ cheers and applause i love you i love you welcome, everybody welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show. you're here. you made it. [ cheers and applause thank you for being here welcome.
well, you guys, everyone is still talking about the situation overseas tensions are high, both sides are upset. no one knows what's coming of course, i'm talking about harry, meghan, and the royal family [ laughter ] that's right prince harry and meghan markle are stepping back from their roles, and they actually made the announcement on instagram. yeah, you could tell the queen was surprised. check out her comment. yeah [ laughter ] speaking of the royals, i want to say happy birthday to kate middleton of course, kate goes by the duchess of cambridge, along with her new title from the queen, the one who is still in the will [ laughter ] well, back in washington, president trump was speaking at the white house. and he suggested a new name for nato that includes the middle east take a look at this. >> and i actually had a name nato, right? and then you have m.e., middle east you'll call it nato-me i said, what a beautiful name. nato-me. i'm good at names. [ laughter ] >> steve: what god. >> jimmy: trump was like, "nato-me
it's named after my favorite actress, nato-me watts." [ laughter ] this morning, trump got some attention for tweeting, "stock market at all time high. how are your 409ks doing?" [ laughter ] 409. how are your 409ks he later bragged that the stock market kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses. [ light laughter ] some entertainment news, earlier tonight it was round three of "jeopardy's greatest of all time" tournament. it was a strange night of tv on abc. it started off with an hour of "jeopardy" followed by a a two-hour special on jeffrey epstein. the night went from, "kids, come in and learn something" to "kids, got out of the room now get out! [ laughter ] guys, this is going viral. kim kardashian posted a video online where she gave a tour of her refrigerator a lot of people are shocked at how big it is. take a look. >> i have a walk-in refrigerator where we keep all of our fresh organic produce >> jimmy: new yorkers saw that
and were like, "that's not a a fridge, that's a a three-bedroom apartment. [ laughter and applause in new york city, that's a a three-bedroom -- [ cheers and applause >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: her fridge is so big, that's where prince harry and meghan markle are moving >> steve: really [ laughter ] >> jimmy: look at the size of that thing she must have a huge 409k. [ light laughter ] finally, i read about a white claw factory that's opening in arizona. or as -- [ cheers ] or as students at arizona state are calling it, church [ cheers and applause guys, we have a great show give it up for the roots right there! [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: we got a fun show tonight. will smith is here tonight [ cheers and applause >> steve: oh, come on! >> jimmy: that's right, "bad boys" for life >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: will smith also patti smith is here
>> steve: what?! [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: legend so excited it's going to be a fun show. will was our very first guest ever on the show do you remember that show? >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: who was our second guest? was it will the whole show it was will and u2, right? >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: right, will smith and u2 was our first show. and u2 performed on the roof >> yeah. >> jimmy: it was killer. it was awesome but we love when wills come by any time he's around, i'm like, "just come by and say hey. he's the most talented dude. love him patti smith is the greatest. legend dude, she's a punk rock pioneer. but also super funny i can't wait to actually talk to her about her stories and she's -- it's going to be fun. guys, it's time for "tonight show hashtags. here we go [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ hashtag hashtags ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: so we do this thing every week on our show i send out a hashtag and we ask you guys to respond to that topic. and since awards season is starting up, i thought i'd send out a hashtag called "ruin a
a movie with one word. [ light laughter ] so we asked you guys to take a a movie title, add one word to completely change the meaning. for example, i sent out a tweet that said, "frozen pizza ii. [ light laughter ] that was not the right graphic what was that? [ laughter ] is everything good yeah id dave okay dave >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: dave our director. >> sorry, we don't have that one. >> jimmy: okay [ laughter ] >> steve: hey, it's all right. [ cheers and applause we get it. >> jimmy: don't worry about it it wasn't that great, anyway these are better these are better >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: but anyways, within minutes the hashtag became - [ laughter ] >> steve: what did it become >> jimmy: this is why we don't do rehearsal, why? why? within minutes the hashtag became the number one trending topic in the u.s >> steve: come on! [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: one of the biggest ones we ever did it was number one in the u.s it was number two worldwide. number three in uk, i want to say. it was, like, a giant one.
it was so -- and it's really, really fun. so now i thought i'd share some of my favorite "ruin a movie with one word" responses from you guys this first one is from @hrreed1298. she says, "weekend at bernie sanders." [ laughter ] this one is from @annie lifeson she says, "iron deficient man. [ laughter ] >> steve: aw >> jimmy: see? >> steve: my one a day >> jimmy: ruining -- yeah. one a day. this one's from @askingsatan >> steve: ooh. [ light laughter ] satan? >> jimmy: asking satan >> steve: oh, okay >> jimmy: he says, "indiana jones and the shirley temple of doom." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh two more >> jimmy: this one is from @brigaz85. he says, "how to lose a guy fieri in ten days. [ laughter ] >> steve: bang >> jimmy: this one is from @jackyboy223 he says, "breakfast burrito at tiffany's. oh, there you go [ laughter ] that's a different movie
this one's from @badmovieman >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: wow. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: this it -- >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: probably the best day of his life. [ light laughter ] bad movie man. he says, "piledriving miss daisy. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] >> steve: oh ow wow! [ cheers ] family show. >> jimmy: all right. come on. ♪ ♪ daisy >> jimmy: this one is -- [ laughter ] >> steve: got to go make water >> jimmy: this is from @theswamprat >> steve: swamp rat. >> jimmy: he says, "charlie sheen and the chocolate factory. [ laughter ] totally different movie. >> steve: winning! >> jimmy: this one is from @jpappone. he says, "pirates of the caribbean: dead man's chest hair." [ laughter ] this one is from @nickburesh wow, these are interesting names. he says, "harry potter and the sorcerer's kidney stone. [ laughter ] >> steve: you shall not pass [ laughter ]
"lord of the rings." >> jimmy: i got you. [ applause ] >> steve: same thing >> jimmy: this one's from @joeydestefano5. he says, "apocalypse now-ish." [ laughter ] now-ish. sure this is from @artbypemphoto. he says, "who's afraid of virginia woolf blitzer." [ laughter ] this one from @bethinmaine2020 she says, "cats. >> steve: oh, snap [ laughter and applause oh oh oh, no, you did not. wow! wow! she went there "cats. >> jimmy: wow. >> steve: wow. meow >> jimmy: wow. >> steve: bing bong bong boing [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ruin a movie with one word >> steve: wow. "cats. >> jimmy: this one is from @chriseckst. he says, "planet of the vapes. [ laughter ] damn dirty vapes
last one is from @megannails she says, "lady and the tramp stamp. there you have it. >> steve: oh >> jimmy: those are our hashtags [ cheers and applause check out more of our favorites, go to tonightshow.com/hashtags stick around we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show." will smith patti smith. come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ i wrote this a long time ago. i don't know how old i was. i hope someday i will be on a real football team. i'm katie sowers, offensive assistant coach for the san francisco 49ers. i'm not just here to be the token female, i'm here to help us win. the surface pro helps me get what's in my head and get it out on to the field. i would want to tell this little girl to keep pushing herself, your dream's coming. iced chai.ry. pad thai. baked pie.
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to make bus fare ♪ ♪ then i moved in wit my auntie and uncl in bel air ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ i don't gotta tell yo that that show was awesome every monday night befor an all new "blossom" ♪ ♪ six whole years i lived with the banks so if you can dance ♪ ♪ the carlton i still give thanks ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ but a real big star needs a real big scree so i had to spread my wing if you know what i mean ♪ ♪ went ha no bee no kevin bacon ♪ ♪ even though we still connect with six degrees of separation ♪ ♪ what you gonna do when you hear the siren nois me and marti a couple "bad boys" ♪ ♪ "independence day aliens on my tur you invadin' u nah welcome to earth ♪ ♪ '97 married jad and she still set it off any questions you and sh can have a red table talk ♪ ♪ agent j "men in black keeping a file so y'all could get jiggy with it big willie style ♪ ♪ na na na na na na bienvenidos a miam started out a prince the became the fresh papi ♪
♪ 'cause trey is the ac jaden's a forc willow came and told ya ♪ ♪ whip your hai back and forth ♪ ♪ "wild, wild west" enemy of the state-est like muhammad ali said i'm the greatest ♪ ♪ from way back whe to the new willenniu "shark tale" played a fish and was finnin' them ♪ ♪ "men in black then "bad boys ii" give him 60 seconds ♪ ♪ he can solv a rubik's cube dropped lost and found turn it over and switch ♪ ♪ he even got kevin james a date in "hitch just pursuing my happyness no tension ♪ ♪ forget the wack rappers man he am legend joined "suicide squad" played deadshot ♪ ♪ that was after my super powers then i found them in "hancock" ♪ ♪ he fought ron burgund in "anchorman 2" then i bungee jumped out o a chopper on youtube ♪ >> aaahh ♪ ♪ checking of my bucket list enjoying the ride ♪ ♪ and if you haven't done i please like and subscrib "aladdin" ain't neve had a friend like me ♪ ♪ and i turned into a pigeo in my last movie so whether g, geni matchmaker ♪ ♪ fish or a bir you're a good ma bad boy for life ya heard ♪ ♪
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life" opens in theaters and imax on friday, january 17th please help me welcome, the one and only will smith. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> okay. okay okay, quest. okay, quest. okay, quest. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome. >> okay i'm here i see you. i see you. >> jimmy: welcome back and thank you for coming back. we love having you here. >> thank you, man. it's always fun. >> jimmy: it always is we always do something fun >> it's always fun >> jimmy: is it weird rapping your whole entire career >> yeah, you know, it was -- it was weird doing it with you. you know >> jimmy: yeah [ laughter ] >> no, i mean, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i understand i'm not a rapper i don't know if i imitated the beastie boys
>> yeah, beastie boys. that's what i was -- >> i'm phillie >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, it's like, stop what are you doing >> here's a little something - [ talking over each other >> jimmy: yeah, i know i don't know how to rap. i don't know how to rap. >> it was fantastic though >> jimmy: it's that or run dmc i was trying to do like -- [ rapping keep my rhythm >> you are special with that though, man. like, it's, like, i love coming here for that. >> jimmy: do you, like -- do you remember all the things that you've done >> no, i was, like -- as we were going through, it was like, "wow, that was kind of -- i had a nice little run. >> jimmy: no, you had a great run. yeah [ laughter ] you've done so many things so many different chapters of your life. is there any project that you turned down that you regret. and you go, "ooh, could have done that. >> yeah, there was one i missed - >> jimmy: "titanic." >> yeah. "titanic." yeah -- i'd have been walking up on that bough like hey girl. no, i went too far [ laughter ] no, it was -- martin and i were talking about that we were sitting down you know, 'cause it was 25 years since the first "bad boys." so we were talking about stuff like that.
and, you know, the ones that got away and for me neo was the one that -- i had "the matrix" first. >> jimmy: really >> yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who was going to be morpheus >> val kilmer. val kilmer was going to be morpheus so i was neo val kilmer was morpheus. >> jimmy: wow. >> i heard somebody go, "eh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we're happy with the way it turned out. no, no but it was better this way 'cause, you know, like, if i would have been neo then morpheus wouldn't have been black. and then it would have just threw everything else off. >> jimmy: yeah, everything else would have been worse. >> i think he -- that it was perfect. >> jimmy: i got to tell you, you were in my house every single day for the past year >> hey, hey, hey >> jimmy: no, in a good way. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: yeah, a great way, no [ laughter ] my daughters love you in the - >> i didn't know you knew i was there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, you got to get your own apartment you got to get your own apartment. [ applause ] you got to move out of my house. my kids are obsessed with "aladdin." and they love you. >> aw, man >> jimmy: you crushed that movie. >> thank you, man. it's a pleasure, yeah.
[ cheers and applause thank you, thank you >> jimmy: you crushed it so good. so funny it's all of your talents >> yeah, no, it was like so -- you know, so many years of things that i worked on. i got to use all of them in that movie so i got to rap. to sing. >> jimmy: dance. >> to dance, to act. there was comedy >> jimmy: you were funny >> there was drama >> jimmy: yes. >> yeah, it was like -- it was -- >> jimmy: i mean, my alexa is, like, there's like, "play 'friend like me,' will smith." that's my kids say all the time "get a new song, please. [ laughter ] you're every single day. you crushed it the first "bad boys," you were saying, was that 1995. >> yeah, 25 years ago. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, the second one was 17 years ago >> jimmy: is that right? is it like -- look at these dudes. >> aw, man, yeah yeah >> jimmy: yeah [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: now, that's all cgi? >> yeah. they're always like -- i was really, really thin then i was really thin. those were the days. >> jimmy: anything you miss from will smith. >> no, for this scene, right, so this is the scene, so michael bay was shooting this scene.
and i wanted to have my shirt on and michael was like, "dude, i'm going to make you a frickin' movie star. take your shirt off. [ laughter ] you know i was like, "mike, come on, man. that's like running with your shirt off. like, come on, man." he was like, "dude, you don't know i know." [ laughter ] so we compromised in that scene. i was line, "mike, i have to have a shirt just let me -- i'll have it open just not off. and we compromised >> jimmy: and that's that. >> and, you know, it was one of the iconic scenes from that movie. and to this day every time i see michael bay, he was like, "dude, i should be in for half." [ laughter ] "i made you a movie star." >> jimmy: "i made your career man. [ laughter ] was it like riding a bike? you and martin getting back together >> you know, i was definitely nervous. 'cause, you know, it had been so long. but literally the first moment that we were back together, like, the chemistry is so crazy. >> jimmy: just there >> and it's like martin as a a comedian is wildly unique, you know it's very few people that -- the line that "bad boys" tries
to walk is, like, a serious, you know, cop drama. there is real killings and things like that >> jimmy: yeah >> but then there's really broad comedy and walking that line takes a really deft hand. and martin is such a unique talent in the ability to be able to get a big gut laugh. but not break the reality of the scene that's happening so it's -- i love working with him. >> jimmy: is it tricky to do because you're funny as well so it's two comedians. like, who gets the funny line? >> yeah, you know what in the first "bad boys," all right, because we both had our tv show. so we're both comedians. we're coming to it and, you know, michael bay had a different vision for the characters he was like, "no, no, no you're funny on tv but martin's is going to be funny in the movie. "i'm funny." [ laughter ] you know, so, it was really hard those first couple of weeks. 'cause martin is killing martin is killing. >> jimmy: yeah >> and mike's like, "will, stop stop making faces, dude. like, "stand there, just be hard you're hard. you know [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "take your shirt off,
dude." >> "take your shirt off. yeah, you know but it was definitely the right idea and i learned a lot about balancing a scene. where, you know, one guy plays the straight guy, one guy plays the funny guy. and we were able to go back and forth in a way that i feel is beautiful. >> jimmy: you and martin weren't the original choices for "bad boys," right? >> no, that's true all right, so dana carvey and jon lovitz [ laughter ] that's really -- like, dana carvey and jon lovitz originally had the script. and they were the original bad boys >> jimmy: wow. >> and then jon lovitz's schedule changed so he had to push four months. and dana carvey couldn't wait the four months. so then dana fell out. so then jerry bruckheimer and don simpson had the script and they, you know, they had a a green light to make the movie. but -- and then they went and martin was first they had martin. and martin actually picked me for "bad boys. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: props to martin lawrence. >> yeah. >> jimmy: guys, more with will smith when we come on back [ cheers and applause we're talking with will. come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. come on. come on. welcome back i'm here with will smith, everybody. right here "bad boys for life." >> for life. >> jimmy: "bad boys for life," january 17th you posted this photo or someone posted this photo. this is backstage. this is on set >> will: oh, man, yeah >> jimmy: ran into the "coming to america" sequel >> yeah. >> jimmy: wesley and eddie murphy >> that's the black mt. rushmore [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: that's fantastic it really is, man. >> man, that day was so beautiful. >> jimmy: where were you >> that's at tyler perry's studios. and we didn't know each other. >> jimmy: how is that studio >> it is fantastic >> jimmy: he is the best >> we didn't know each other were going to be there they were finishing up "coming to america 2."
>> jimmy: yeah >> and we were finishing up "bad boys. and there was a knock on the door and it was wesley. and we're like, "ohh!" so we were hanging he was like, "yo, let's go knock on eddie's door. so we went over and knocked on eddie's door and it was like -- it was just one of those beautiful moments the four of us there at the newly opened tyler perry studios. which, you know, used to be a former confederate army base >> jimmy: yes. >> you know, that's been transformed into tyler perry studios. so, yeah >> jimmy: isn't that great >> that was fantastic. >> jimmy: yeah, that's pretty cool [ applause ] >> have you known -- have you known eddie? >> yeah, i met eddie when i first came to l.a., you know eddie is one of those dudes that is like the standard of excellence you know, so every young comedian, black actor. you know, you want to test yourself against eddie >> jimmy: yeah >> you want to see -- but he is the truth, man >> jimmy: did you see him on "snl"? did you see him host >> yes he's like -- >> jimmy: he's great >> love that guy >> jimmy: he crushed it. yeah, yeah, yeah >> love that guy >> jimmy: let's set the stage.
"bad boys for life." what's that one about? >> "bad boys for life. all right, so it's 25 years later from the first movie and what we tried to do that was really critical and important to me is not try to just do the old movies again >> jimmy: yeah >> i was like, you had to take into consideration, the time had to take into consideration how the characters would have grown. and the reason it took so long is because i didn't want -- i didn't want to make it just to as a cash grab you know "hey, everybody loves sequels let's just do a sequel." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, no >> you know, and i -- you know, i had fumbled a couple of my last sequels you know, i just -- i wasn't happy with the "men in black" sequel and i just really wanted to make sure that this was a stand-alone film that people would have a real brand-new experience in. >> jimmy: people are buzzing it's crazy i mean, the trailer alone. i was like, "oh, they're back. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's so much fun >> yeah, it's fantastic. y'all going to love it and i -- yo. [ cheers and applause and i say that a lot i say that a lot i'm going to keep it real. sometimes i say, "y'all are gonna love it. and ya'll not gonna love it. [ laughter ] you know, 'cause sometimes i've
seen it. and i know you're not -- ya'll not gonna love it. but it's an expensive movie. but -- so -- but this time - this this movie is out of here it is so good. if you liked the first two at all, there are scenes in this movie -- because it's really about friendship and about the reality of what it's like when somebody's life takes a different turn >> jimmy: yeah >> and you're ready to go one way. and your partner is ready to go another direction. >> jimmy: at this point you're family, really >> yeah, and it's like, there's some really powerful scenes about friendship and some of the funniest stuff you are ever gonna see martin lawrence is genius comedic in this film >> jimmy: it's brilliant oh, my gosh. also a little part in the movie too where, like, you're like - >> don't give nothing away >> no, i won't give -- >> oh, spoiler alert >> jimmy: no >> what you doing? >> jimmy: you feel like -- >> you've gone mad [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i wouldn't do that i wouldn't do that but there's -- where you're kind of feeling like you're older. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and you're having, like, a mid-life type of crisis thing. but you look so young though do you feel -- >> i'm trying to hang on
i'm trying to hang on. look nah, there were a couple of the action sequences that i was like, "ooh." you know 'cause i started and i told myself i was doing all of my stunts i was doing, you know, tom cruise just hanging on the side of an airplane. >> jimmy: yes. >> at 50 >> jimmy: yes. >> i was like, "man, i'm better than tom cruise. >> jimmy: yeah do it. >> will: and i did, like, two stunts and i was like, "i'm not better than tom ruise." [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i love that. i'll let him do that yeah, yeah, yeah i want to show everyone a clip here's will smith in "bad boys for life." take a look at this. ♪ >> how about putting your seatbelt on. >> yeah. >> that's how we do it now >> you're damn right >> oh, my -- >> overtown's a no go. it's why you got people here, dangerous people >> we're dangerous people. [ yelling >> you might want to pull over for a minute i need to tell you something >> pull over are you going to pull over
>> yeah, yeah. >> okay, give me one second. let me see -- hold on. >> i just need to pull over for a second can we get a timeout [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: will smith, everybody. "bad boys for life" opens in theaters and imax on friday, january 17th patti smith joins us next. stick around, everybody. come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ at t-mobile, start 2020 off with a deal on iphone 11 that will have you seeing double. right now, switch to t-mobile and get 2 lines of unlimited for only $90 and 2 iphone 11s on us. all on t-mobile's newest, most powerful signal that goes farther than ever before. get twice the deal, 2 lines of unlimited for $90 and 2 iphone 11s on us. ♪ only at t-mobile.
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is a new york city icon, who's known as the godmother of punk she's been inducted into the rock & roll hall of fame, and she's a multiple "new york times" best-selling author her latest book, "year of the monkey" is out now everyone, please welcome patti smith. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: all right. welcome, welcome, welcome. patti! i'm so happy that you're back on the show, but we finally get to talk. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you've performed on the show but we didn't talk. >> i'm excited too because i
don't -- i don't often get a a chance to talk so, i'm really - >> jimmy: yeah >> my first time actually might be my first time talking on "the tonight show. >> jimmy: no way really >> yep i'm usually bound and gagged before, you know - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no >> -- singing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not, no you've been on the -- you would be on "leno. were you ever on "johnny carson"? >> no. >> jimmy: you were never >> no. >> jimmy: but you loved johnny, right? >> i did love him, but only from afar. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you never got to meet him? >> no, i mean, i did everything because -- well, i had sort of a questionable reputation when i was younger. not for anything really bad, just for bad behavior and -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they kept that person off. >> and they wouldn't let me on the show and i actually wrote a letter and -- i said that i would be good. i would even wear a dress and everything, but -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and you never heard back >> only negatively, but i did get a pencil i still have it. it's on my desk, you know, with the -- how he drummed with his pencil
>> jimmy: yeah >> with like the eraser on both sides. i have one >> jimmy: you do [ light laughter ] >> not from him, from a crew guy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it -- it counts. it counts, right it counts. >> but, i did stand in his parking spot, you know and - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in burbank >> yeah. [ laughter ] i stood there, but they didn't have phones in those -- you know, picture phones >> jimmy: oh >> so there's no documentation [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah but i saw you on instagram, by the way. it's a great follow. >> thank you >> jimmy: to find on instagram and i see some of the photos you put up, but this is one of my favorite photos of you and -- you and bob dylan in new york city. >> awe >> jimmy: is this the first time you guys met or do you remember >> no, it was maybe the first night. he actually came to see our band when we were, you know, making some headway in new york city. i guess around 1974 and then he came backstage and back in
those days, bob was scarcely seen >> jimmy: sure >> and i loved him so much, but he came in the room and he says, "hey, is there any poets in here? [ laughter ] and i -- and i said, "i hate poetry." i acted, like such a jerk. i was, like i don't know what came over me like a teen -- like a -- like "sixteen candles," you know when you're like the boy, but you don't want the boy to know you like him [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: so, that's where you were with bob dylan? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you -- >> so, they took that picture that night >> jimmy: you hate poetry. [ laughter ] >> and then it was on the cover -- i'm telling you too much information >> jimmy: no, i love this. >> but, then they took our picture and then it was on the cover of "village voice" and i was so embarrassed i thought, oh, he's going to think, you know, like i tried to exploit him or, you know, i'm trying to move up the world or something >> jimmy: yeah >> and i thought he would be really mad, but -- and i was walking down the street in the village and here he comes and he had the newspaper with him and he said, "hey, do you know these people?"
>> jimmy: oh, really [ laughter ] >> and i looked at him and i said - >> jimmy: he had it? >> yeah and i said, "you're not mad," and he said, "no." he just laughed and that was that >> jimmy: that's fantastic >> yep >> jimmy: i love that story. >> never saw him again [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not true. that's not true. you toured with him. [ laughter ] i saw another photo that you posted on instagram i love with you and keanu reeves >> oh. >> jimmy: do you like doing instagram? do you -- do you love instagram? >> well, i never knew about instagram and i'm still not clear about what this hashtag thing is but - [ laughter ] but, i like having it. you know, it's a nice way to communicate ideas, and books, and movies and things you're concerned about. >> jimmy: yeah >> but this picture, it's unbelievable really. my friend sandy perlman, my great friend of, like almost half a century who passed away when i was writing this book he was producer of blue oyster cult and wrote a lot of their
great songs, he loved keanu reeves and i didn't know nothing about keanu reeves [ light laughter ] i didn't even see "the matrix," but he saw "the matrix" like 27 times and he loved him and then he passed away and right after that, i was at some art function and there was keanu reeves and firstly, i went up to him and told him about -- you know, it's like i see somebody like that, you know, and i'm like chris farley, i just go bounding up there. [ laughter ] really, i'm so like him in a a way, but - >> jimmy: did he freak out >> no, he was really nice. >> jimmy: yeah, he's cool. >> he's a really nice fella. so, we got our picture taken and i thought, "oh, i'm going to put the picture on my instagram. maybe people will like it and i'll do it for sandy and it got like 80,000 people or something, which back then when early days of my instagram was a real lot
>> jimmy: yeah [ laughter ] >> and i thought this guy is really popular [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, keanu reeves is pretty popular [ applause ] >> and the next thing i know, he does -- he does this movie -- this "john wick" movie. >> jimmy: yes. >> and he's popping up everywhere, like rabbits breeding everywhere i look there's suddenly - [ laughter ] but -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: rabbits breeding >> he's a really nice guy. >> jimmy: let's talk about "year of the monkey. what made you write this memoir >> well, i write all the time. >> jimmy: yeah, sure >> actually it was, as i said, my friend sandy and i were supposed to travel after we played at the fillmore my band, we played at the fillmore we were going to travel around california he's my pal. i've known him for years and he a bad accident and he was unable to travel actually, was in the hospital. so, i was on my own and then i just decided to stay on my own and roam around and i was writing and the book evolved
and you know, i had two great friends, sam shepard and sandy who were struggling throughout the book and both of them -- lost both of them. so, you know, fielding this and also i was turning 70, which now seems really young [ laughter ] but i was turning 70 at the time, which was also something to think about >> jimmy: yeah >> and i just kept writing and kept writing the book and it was the year of the monkey, a very mischievous year. the year of the election and the inauguration >> jimmy: yeah >> a rough year to field so, it was a book that i wrote to try to both, philosophically and humorously survive that year >> jimmy: yeah >> and i'm still here. >> jimmy: yeah, you certainly are. [ cheers and applause tonight -- tonight you're performing a cover of a neil young song. >> yes >> jimmy: you're doing "after
the gold rush. >> yeah, and i know you love neil too >> jimmy: i love neil. >> well, we all love neil. >> jimmy: right. >> and it's 50 years-old this year >> jimmy: is it really >> yes, and i saw him at the fillmore in 1970 sing this song and here we are a half century later and the song is so relevant today and -- just wanted to do it and -- >> jimmy: i appreciate that. thanks for doing that. >> oh, it's jimmy page's birthday >> jimmy: happy birthday, jimmy. [ laughter ] patti smith will be performing later on and "year of the monkey" is available now [ cheers and applause pick it up wherever fine books are sold we'll be back with more of "tonight show. patti smith! [ cheers and applause ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: performing "after the gold rush," please welcome patti smith and tony shanahan. [ cheers and applause >> and i dreamed of our world, a spinning ball of confusion, heart wrenching injustice, unconstitutional arrogance, fires raging the earth yet i still keep thinking -- ♪ -- that something wonderful is about to happen. maybe tomorrow ♪ a tomorrow following a whole succession of tomorrows.
♪ ♪ well i dreamed i saw th knights in armor comin saying something about a queen ♪ ♪ there were peasants singing and drummers drummin the archer split the tree ♪ ♪ there was a fanfare blowing overhead floating in the breeze ♪ ♪ look at mother nature on the run in the 1970s ♪ ♪ look at mother nature on the run in the 1970s ♪
♪ i was lying in burned out basemen with the full moon in my eyes ♪ ♪ i was searching for a replacement when the sun burs through the sky ♪ ♪ there was a band playin in my head and i felt lik getting high ♪ ♪ i was thinking abou what a friend had said i was hoping it was a lie ♪ ♪ thinking abou what a friend had said i was hoping ♪
♪ flying mother nature' silver seed to a new home ♪ ♪ ♪ look at mother nature on the run in the 21st century ♪ ♪ look at mother nature on the run in the 21st century ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh just beautiful awesome. oh, fantastic. >> thank you so much >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! patti smith! [ cheers and applause
tony shanahan! her new book, "year of the monkey," is out now. my thanks to will smith, patti smith. [ cheers and applause beautiful. standing o for you right there not bad. [ cheers and applause patti smith. and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen, from philadelphia, pennsylvania stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers. thank you for watching have a great night i hope to see you tomorrow bye-bye, everybody ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause
[ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- larry david, and all new "amber says what featuring the 8g band with caitlin kalafus. ♪ [ cheers and applause ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause that is wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the news president trump bragged this afternoon that his supporters were standing outside in, quote,