With their new album, ‘Choice of Weapon,’ out Tuesday and a North American tour slated to open Friday in San Diego, The Cult stopped by ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last night to perform one of the show’s outdoor concerts. Check out ‘For the Animals,’ the new record’s lead single, and the classic single ‘Wildflower.’
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With his Thanksgiving-eve “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” outdoor concert canceled, Morrissey now has scheduled a second Los Angeles show to fill that night off. Moz will perform a newly announced concert Wednesday night at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Hollywood.
As promised back in August, Morrissey will augment his upcoming U.S. tour with a pair of television appearances: He’ll perform on ABC’s ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ on Nov. 23 and then on TBS’s ‘Conan’ on Nov. 29, according to fansite and quasi-official news outlet True To You.
Making their first U.S. television appearance in eight years, Jane’s Addiction appeared on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last night to perform their new single ‘Irresistible Force,’ off the upcoming ‘The Great Escape Artist,’ as well as a show-closing take on the classic ‘Stop!’ See both performances here.
Grunge survivors Stone Temple Pilots are among the less likely candidates to cover Depeche Mode, but here’s frontman Scott Weiland channeling his inner Dave Gahan to perform the ‘Black Celebration’-era ‘But Not Tonight’ after shilling his new autobiography on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last Friday.
Over the past two weeks, Duran Duran has performed on ‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno,’ ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ and ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.’ Watch all of those performances right here.
After 30 years, Social Distortion finally made their TV debut last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!,’ performing new single ‘Machine Gun Blues’ and the classic ‘Story of My Life.’ Watch ’em here.
Former Jam leader Paul Weller took time out of his very brief, two-city U.S. tour last night to perform a 10-song outdoor gig for ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!,’ which aired the title track to his current album, ‘Wake Up the Nation,’ and posted a bonus performance of ‘No Tears to Cry.’
Reunited 2 Tone ska legends The Specials performed ‘Gangsters’ and ‘Nite Klub’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last night, and have begun setting dates for a late-summer return to North America, with concerts announced so far in New York, New Jersey and Toronto.
Archetypal New Wave nerds Devo this week finally unveiled the tracklist for this summer’s ‘Something for Everybody’ — the band’s first new album in 20 years — after doing alleged audience research through its ‘Song Study’ website.
Devo took to the airwaves last night to perform their new single, ‘Fresh,’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ The track is off the band’s first new album in 20 years, ‘Something for Everybody,’ which is due out June 15 — and is available now on the ‘Song Study’ EP via iTunes.
The rejiggered Public Image Ltd. made its first U.S. television appearance since 1992 last night with a performance of ‘Rise’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ to promote its upcoming appearance at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and subsequent U.S. tour.
The reconstituted Public Image Ltd. this morning announced three more U.S. concerts — April 28 in Pontiac, Mich.; April 30 Milwaukee, Wis.; and May 16 in Northampton, Mass. — on the band’s post-Coachella tour this spring.
Echo & The Bunnymen made room between its three North American Ocean Rain dates to squeeze in an appearance on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” last […]