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Late Night Rundown: Musical guests of late night television for October 28 through November 1

by Caitlin Carter   Oct 28, 2013 12:31 PM EDT

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Can't get enough of your favorite bands on late night television? Check and see who is performing this week, and don't forget to come back and see what we have to say the next day!

Monday Night (October 28)

Late Show with David Letterman (CBS): King Krule
U.K. darkwave singer/songwriter, King Krule (born Archy Marshall) stops by the show in support of his most recent album 6 Feet Beneath the Moon, which came out at the end of August.

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC): Elvis Costello
Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC): Smallpools
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC): Celine Dion

Tuesday Night (October 29)

Late Show with David Letterman (CBS): Alan Jackson
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC): Kodaline
Irish alt-rock quartet Kodaline hits the Tonight Show stage in support of their most recent album In A Perfect World, which dropped in June. The band is playing three U.S. shows this week in California.

Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC): Arcade Fire
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC): Chromeo

Wednesday Night (October 30)

Late Show with David Letterman (CBS): The Avett Brothers
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC): Two Door Cinema Club
Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC): NONONO
Swedish threesome NONONO hits the stage in support of its most recent effort, Pumpin Blood. Read our review of the band from their CMJ performances this month.

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC): The Weeknd
Conan (TBS): Queens of the Stone Age

Thursday Night (October 31)

Late Show with David Letterman (CBS): Holy Ghost!
Brooklyn synthpop duo Holy Ghost! take the stage in support of its most recent album, Dynamics, which came out in September. They have 11 dates left on their North American tour.

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC): The Fray
Jimmy Kimmel Live!  (ABC): Rob Zombie

Friday Night (November 1)

Late Show with David Letterman (CBS): Frightened Rabbit
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno(NBC): Empire of the Sun
Australian electronic space cadets, Empire of the Sun, stop by the show in support of their most recent album Ice on the Dune, which came out in June. The band is nominated for five Australian Recording Industry Associate (ARIA) Music Awards.

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC): Big Sean

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