Posts Tagged ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’
Deerhunter's follow-up to their breakout LP Halcyon Digest will be called Monomania and comes out on May 7. The band debuted the title track on Fallon a couple nights ago (studio version also has just been released for streaming - see below). Bradford Cox, appearing like a quintessential-era punk with... more
Trey Anastasio made his first appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night in support of his latest effort, Traveler. Instead of playing a tune from that album, Trey opted for a cover of The Five Stairsteps' "O-o-h Child." An appropriate song with it's message of "things... more
Animal Collective stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night and played through the Panda Bear lead jawn "Rosie Oh" off the band's latest release, Centipede Hz. Check out his reaction when he's done singing it...
Dr. John stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to perform “Revolution,” the lead single from the legendary New Orleans artist’s new LP Locked Down, an album many are hailing as his best studio work in decades. Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, who produced the record last... more
Primus dropped into Late Night w/ Jimmy Fallon last night and tore through their classic "Jerry was a Race Car Driver" off 1991's Sailing the Seas of Cheese. They also played "Lee Van Cleef" off of their new album, Green Naugahyde. Check out "Jerry was a Race Car Driver," including... more
Because they love their fans so much (heh), Umphrey's McGee put up their Super Bowl Village set as a free download on their blog. I'm downloading this right away; I haven't dove into any live UM in a while. It looks like Sigur Rós will be returning to the stage... more
The War on Drugs stopped into Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to throw down a concise but ripping version of "Baby Missiles." As has become standard, Questlove joined the band on drums. Check it out: The band also just released a new track on Souncloud, called "Don't Fear... more
Last night, M83 brought their latest to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Sweet sax solo at the end there, eh? I've been giving their latest album, Hurry Up We're Dreaming, a ton of playtime and highly recommend checking it out. I dig this tune, but the entire album is solid and... more
Yo Gabba Gabba! was the musical guest on tonight's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and DJ Lance and the crew was joined by Bootsie Collins, The Roots, Erykah Badu, Biz Markie, Mark Mothersbaugh, Leslie Hall and more... I don't know about you, but I have the sudden urge to party... today.
Radiohead played Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night and gave a computer-assisted loop folk jam duo performance of "Give Up The Ghost" as their first time ever on the show, a beautifully haunting track from The King of Limbs and a great choice after the band's recent appearances in... more
Roger Waters just posted this on his Facebook page. In the wake of Pink Floyd week on the Jimmy Fallon Show, I'd just like to thank all the musicians who performed covers. As I said on Tuesday, I thought The Shins version of Breath was an inspired and beautiful interpretation. The Foo Fighters... more
Pearl Jam was the fifth and final guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Pink Floyd Week celebration, and the band took an emotional monster for a spin with this version of "Mother."
Dierks Bentley represented the Wish You Were Here album tonight on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as part of their Pink Floyd week celebrations by playing the title track. I'd say he does it justice but I'm definitely not the best judge ever of either artist's material. Check... more
Photo © @travistefft Radiohead played the second of two nights at Roseland Ballroom tonight and we've got the setlist via At Ease: Radiohead @ Roseland Ballroom, NYC 9/29/11 Bloom, Little By Little, Staircase, The National Anthem, Feral, Subterranean Homesick Alien, Like Spinning Plates, All I Need, True Love Waits/Everything In Its Right Place,... more
Radiohead played the first of two nights at Roseland Ballroom last night in New York City, and by most accounts the show was an overwhelming triumph of all things they do best in a live setting. The band opened with "Bloom" ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-JWYDW7w5w Wow, that's the good stuff. Man I really... more
Last night (as expected), The Shins came to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and covered Pink Floyd "Breathe" from Dark Side of the Moon. The band has actually covered this a few times before, and I'd definitely say this version nails it. Check out the video here or read on... more
Tonight is a great night of network TV live music if you're a Pink Floyd fan. The Shins are kicking off Pink Floyd week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon with a performance of "Breathe" from Dark Side of the Moon, and the rest of the lineup for the... more
Panda Bear was joined by Sonic Boom last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon for a performance of the song, "You Can Count On Me." Oddly this feels like perhaps the most ambitious and daring song to perform in your network television debut, and he takes a two... more
Widespread Panic made a stop in New York City yesterday to play Late Night with Jimmy Fallon ahead of their Thursday show at Radio City Music Hall. They also made some time to hit the marquee to help promote the show. Tickets are still on sale.
Phish was the musical guest on last night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, featuring a performance of "Kill Devil Falls" that was taped back when the band was in town for Exile on Main Street Week on the show.
Phish performed "Loving Cup" on tonight's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to finish off their Exile on Main Street celebration and got introduced by none other than Keith Richards himself. What an honor. Go here for the video. Update: watch the YouTube rip now before it gets taken down... Phish... more
Phish will be playing May 13th on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as part of the show's Rolling Stones tribute week. Please, please, please let Fishman do a segment for the show, perhaps "Let Us Play With Your Look."
I've heard a lot of people dish heaps of negative gripes on the new Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, but there's one thing that nobody can deny -- The Roots. Their power as a backing band may not be immediately obvious, but if you watch the show more than... more
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - The Lonely Island (5/12/09) [NBC.com] I really have been obsessed with the comedy of Andy Samberg and The Lonely Island over the past year or so. Check out their performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, with The Roots as the aptly-costumed... more