The Irish band chose to leave the comforts of Studio 6B for the chilly Top of the Rock.
It’s only a matter of days before Jimmy Fallon takes over the ‘Tonight Show’ hosting duties and to help christen the musical stage he’s bringing in a slew of big named musical guests and one very special friend.
Gibb—introduced by Fallon as Barry effin’ Gibb— showed that even after more than 50 years, he can still hit those high notes with no problem.
Joking that he was stuck in traffic, but then decided to take a city bike, Sir Paul McCartney joined Fallon for a performance of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”
In case you’re having reservations about the powerful Justin & Jimmy duo, we have five of their funniest moments together to put that doubting baby to bed.
These two rascals! Can we just have Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon do two more installments of “The History of Rap” performance both times? That would be just great.
Last night (October 7) McCartney performed two new songs off the LP on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to an excited studio audience. While his performance of the slower album title track featured him playing a colorful piano center stage, “Save Us” took a more edgy approach with gritty guitar and a full band set up.
When Robin Thicke was recording “Blurred Lines” last year it’s doubtful he ever envisioned the song to be played with instruments you’d likely see in an elementary school classroom. But last night on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ this is exactly what happened.
It’s a tradition as old as the Johnny Carson show: Most nights, since 1966, bands big and small play on the national stage of late night television. Sometimes good things happen, sometimes bad things happen, but the performances are always worth watching. They’re captivating mostly because they offer the raw sound of a live band and the professional video and audio recording of a late night television show.
Last night (March 13) on Late Night, Jimmy Fallon and this week’s musician-in-residence, Justin Timberlake, donned the monstrous white coifs and dad suits (but not ties) of Michael McDonald for a very adult-contemporary version of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.”