Late Night Roundup | Margo Price, Beck, Phosphorescent & More

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

Margo Price on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Even at six months pregnant, country songwriter Margo Price is rocking harder than the rest. Her recent appearance on Kimmel’s show featured two tracks from All American Made, including an extended take on “Cocaine Cowboys” where Price moves from guitar to drums mid-song. “Loner” was also performed as a web exclusive.


Beck with Feist and Bat For Lashes on The Late Late Show with James Corden

In one of the most exciting late-night collaborations in recent memory, Beck was backed by Feist, Bat For Lashes, Inara George, Alex Lilly and the LA Philharmonic. The group performed Beck’s cover of Colourbox’s 1982 single “Tarantula,” which is featured on upcoming compilation Music Inspired By The Film Roma. Watch the incredibly moving performance below.


Paul Simon on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Wrapping up the final performances of his final tour, legendary songwriter Paul Simon returned to Colbert’s show to perform reimagined versions of two older tracks alongside string ensemble yMusic, and also sat down for an interview. 


Phosphorescent on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Phosphorescent recently released C’est La Vie, which may be the songwriter’s best and most fully-realized record to date. Songwriter Matthew Houck brought the albums title-track to Corden’s stage for a stunning solo performance.


Better Oblivion Community Center on CBS This Morning

Better Oblivion Community Center, the collaborative project between Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers, has proved to be one of the best albums of 2019 so far, with imaginative songwriting and powerful performances. The band stopped by CBS This Morning to perform a few tracks from the record last week.


James Taylor on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Colbert’s late-night, post-Super-Bowl show featured the legendary James Taylor, who performed “Your Smiling Face” and “Shower The People” with a massive backing band, including horns and a choir. 


Steve Gunn on CBS This Morning

Guitarist and songwriter Steve Gunn brought songs from his excellent new record, The Unseen In Between, to CBS this week. Exemplifying his masterful playing and backed with a modest but effective band, these songs find Gunn shining in the live setting, per usual. 

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