Sunday, July 5, 2015

Sufjan on Fallon

Sufjan Stevens played Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, making his indie robot moves in full Royal Robertson-inspired costume regalia. Stevens' performance of the electro boppy "Too Much" from The Age of Adz topped off what my colleague David Stampone pointed out to me at jazzman Greg Osby's show at the Philadelphia Museum of Art last night (look for a review of that in Mondays' Inquirer) was a pretty great week for music on late night TV, what with Springsteen and The Roots' "Because The Night" on Fallon, Rihanna's "What's My Name" on Letterman, and the Arcade Fire on Saturday Night Live last Saturday.

Sufjan on Fallon

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Sufjan Stevens played Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, making his indie robot moves in full Royal Robertson-inspired costume regalia. Stevens' performance of the electro boppy "Too Much" from The Age of Adz topped off what my colleague David Stampone pointed out to me at jazzman Greg Osby's show at the Philadelphia Museum of Art last night (look for a review of that in Mondays' Inquirer) was a pretty great week for music on late night TV, what with Springsteen and The Roots' "Because The Night" on Fallon, Rihanna's "What's My Name" on Letterman, and the Arcade Fire on Saturday Night Live last Saturday.

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