Late Night Roundup | Chris Stapleton, Ty Segall, The Avett Brothers & More

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

1. Chris Stapleton with Sturgill Simpson on Saturday Night Live

Chris Stapleton surprised fans by bringing another one of the country scene's most authentic and talented songwriters with him for his SNL debut. Joined by Sturgill Simpson, Stapleton runs through hard-hitting performances of "Midnight Train To Memphis" and "Hard Livin.'" A bold move that stepped his already incredible live performances up a notch, this is an SNL to remember. 

2. The Avett Brothers on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

North Carolina's favorite folk-rockers The Avett Brothers stopped by Fallon's show to promote their HBO documentary May It Last. The band ran through a classy, twangy performance of "No Hard Feelings," emotionally charged and clean all at once.

3. Ty Segall on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Having recently released the incredible, sprawling full-length Freedom's Goblin, prolific garage-rock king Ty Segall performed two songs on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Beginning with the heavy, racous "Every1's A Winner" and moving onto the dark psychedelic rock of "Despoiler Of Cadaver," these performance show exactly why we love Segall as much as we do. 

4. The Voidz on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

The Strokes' vocalist Julian Casablancas is back with his band The Voidz, who are hitting the festival circuit hard this summer and releasing a new album, Virtue. The band is certainly reminiscent of Casablancas' past, with a clean, garage-rock vibe and lackadaiscial vocals. 

5. Albert Hammond Jr. on Conan

Julian Casablancas isn't the only Strokes member releasing new music this winter. Guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. is back with new solo work, and stopped by Conan's show for a performance of "Muted Beatings." 

6. Chris Stapleton on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Following a victorious Grammys ceremony and his wild aforementioned SNL performances, Stapleton stopped by Colbert's set to perform an intimate, gorgeous take on "Drunkard's Prayer." Performing solo, Stapleton's voice shines, the focus remaining on the impeccable songwriting.

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