Late Night Roundup | Jim James, Cat Power, Nathaniel Ratliff & More

It’s been a big week for music on television. Watch as some of Tomorrow’s Verse’s favorite artists hit the promotional, late-night television circuit. 

Jim James on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

My Morning Jacket songwriter is returning with his second record of 2018, Uniform Clarity. James performs the stripped down political ballad “Over And Over,” joined by the gorgeous vocals of the Resistance Revival Chorus.


Cat Power on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Shortly before releasing her new record, Wanderer, Cat Power’s Chen Marshall brought the lead single, “Woman,” to Colbert’s show. A stunning performance that leans on her affecting vocals over an atmospheric musical backing. Late-night performances rarely get this good. 


Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats on Late Night with Seth Myers

Soulful blues rockers Nathaniel Ratliff & The Nightsweats have built a serious following thanks to their emotional and hard-rocking live performances. For those unfamiliar look no further than the band’s performance here, where the band runs a classic and emotionally charged take on “Tearing At The Seams.” 


Phosphorescent on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Phosphorescent are a name I’m surprised to see on late-night recaps, but not due to a lack of talent, but due to the slower, atmospheric nature of many of their tracks. Yet the bands, newest single, “New Birth In New England” has a bouncy, fun vibe perfect for it, which gets us excited for what the band has in store. 


Kacey Musgraves on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Country-pop songwriter Kacey Musgraves has been on just about every late-night show in existence to promote her newest record, Golden Hour, and seems to be finishing the run with Kimmel. She performed “Love Is A Wild Thing” and “Wonder Woman” for the show, giving a theatric take that shows both her talent and professionalism. 

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