The Tonight Show - “I’ve Got Good News and Good News” 


Love you too, Chuck Scarborough. Miss u bb.



Jimmy & The Muppets Say Goodbye To “Late Night” (w/ “The Weight” from “The Last Waltz”) 

Jimmy & the Muppets perform “The Weight” by the Band for the last waltz of “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”


Good god they got the mics and the lights and the smoke and the opening camera move and the drum kit and the pile of keyboards and this is amazing and perfect.


Before the show taped on Tuesday, The Roots and Bilal did a cover of Steely Dan’s “Black Cow” for the audience

I don’t know how this happened all the way back on Tuesday and I just found out about it last night, but it’s pretty great.

Mellow out your Monday.


And this, my friends, is why Jimmy Fallon is awesome.


Tyler the Creator - “Yonkers”

thanks to this Jimmy Fallon performance, i acquainted myself with Tyler the Creator last night.

(via super-dicapo)

Click on the link, watch the performance from Jimmy Fallon last night, wonder what the hell just happened on national tv.

What a band.

Is this the first performance by a group with an iPad on national television? It’s a little sloppy, but totally awesome. And check out the drummer twirling his sticks back there…

Glenn Tilbrook’s totally still got it too. Doesn’t sound any different from when the tune was new in 1980.

(Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - 7/14/10)

Wanna go to bed, but the Jimmy Fallon episode with Bruuuuuuuce is on. I’m torn.


Because the Night, Bruce & The Roots on Jimmy Fallon.

Straight up, unadulterated, 100 proof rawk. Play it fuckin’ loud!



Glee’s The Emmys opening musical sketch starring Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, cast members from Glee, Joel McHale, Jon Hamm, the dude who plays Hurley, a reality show star and someone else I’d never heard of until people on Tumblr started freaking out when she jumps into the camera shot.

Fixed.  :-)

I missed the show last night. But I did see this this morning, and it’s awesome. I’m not going to lie, I’ve watched it three or four times so far today.


Stones in Exile (2010) Stephen Kijak

“In the spring of 1971 the Rolling Stones departed the UK to take up residence in France as tax exiles. Keith Richards settled at a villa called Nellcôte in Villefranche-sur-Mer and this became the venue for the recording of much of the bands masterpiece Exile On Main Street. Stones In Exile tells the story in the bands own words and through extensive archive footage of their time away from England and the creation of this extraordinary double album, which many regard as the Rolling Stones finest achievement.”

(via text of light)

Well, this is cool. I’m getting more and more and more excited for Jimmy Fallon on the 12th with Ariel, Andy and my Dad! A few nights ago, Mr. Fallon confirmed that we’ll be getting Sheryl Crow as the musical guest. Pops is convinced we’ll get Mick and/or Keith on the show. I do hope he’s right.

It’s not until May 10th, so don’t freak out or anything.

Apparently, he’s gonna have bands on to cover tracks off of Exile and “very special guests.” That’s exciting. Also exciting is the bit about the “previously unheard tracks from the Exile sessions.” I wonder if those include some of the tracks I’m now going to have to post before then, just to spite the Stones.

Heh heh heh.