Late Night Roundup | White Denim, Marcus King Band, Dave Matthews Band & More

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

White Denim on Conan

Austin psych-rockers White Denim recently graced Conan’s stage to promote their newest release, Performance. “It Might Get Dark” has a bustling drive and energetic feel, sticking to the more accessible side of the band’s often nostalgic sound.


Marcus King Band on Conan

Southern blues rock up-and-comers Marcus King Band brought their soulful, technically proficient sound to Conan recently, performing the powerful, horn-laden “Where I’m Headed.” 


Dave Matthews Band on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

With a new lineup and a new record, DMB are continuing to tour heavily, with sets that feature the new material a little more often than the fanbase would probably prefer. Regardless, the band stopped by Kimmel to deliver two of the record’s more energetic tracks, “She” and “Again and Again.” 


Ruston Kelly on Late Night with Seth Myers

Country songwriter Ruston Kelly is stepping into the spotlight with his debut record, “Dying Star,” after a long history of writing for others. “Faceplant” is an excellent example of his songwriting prowess, an infectious and potent track that works perfectly in the late-night slot.


Shooter Jennings on Conan

Outlaw country songwriter Shooter Jennings is back with a new album, Shooter, and brought the boogie-energy of “Bound Ta Git Down” to Conan’s show recently. 

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