Late Night Roundup | Jason Isbell, Gov’t Mule, Father John Misty & More

Watch some of Tomorrow’s Verse’s favorite bands hit the promotional late-night television circuit.

Jason Isbell on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Alternative-country favorite Jason Isbell continues to promote his excellent new album The Nashville Sound, this time bringing his rocking live show to Jimmy Kimmel. He performed two tracks with the 400 Unit, “If We Were Vampires” and “Cumberland Gap.”

Gov’t Mule on Conan

In a rare late-night performance, Gov’t Mule brought the full power of their blues-rock sound to Conan. Performing “Stone Cold Rage,” the band rips through the song with a soulful blast of funky rock.

Father John Misty on Late Night With Seth Myers

Folk-rock enigma Father John Misty brought his incredible live show to Seth Myers this week, performing Pure Comedy highlight “Things It Would Have Been Nice To Know Before The Revolution.” Backed by horns and strings, his massive band helps flesh out the beautiful track, with Tillman leading it through its climactic build.

Prophets Of Rage on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Angry rock supergroup Prophets Of Rage brought their intense brand of hard-rock to late-night TV last week. With Rage Against The Machine’s rhythm section holding down a powerful musical backing, the song hits hard, and is certainly unique for a television performance.

Patti Smith and Questlove on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Patti Smith performed on Fallon this week, joined by Questlove on drums and her children, Jesse and Jackson, for “People Have The Power,” a song that initially appeared on 1988’s Dream of Life. It’s a simple but beautiful performance.

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