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Bono's recent cycling accident meant Fallon and his house band could do their best U2 impression, and they killed it Monday night with "Desire."
U2 fans will have to wait a little bit longer to see U2 take up their weeklong residency on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." Scheduled for this week, the band has had to postpone indefinitely their residency due to an injury incurred by Bono ...
Bobby Shmurda dropped his "Bobby Bitch" single a few weeks back after a memorable performance with The Roots on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." The kid spun a violent tale with a high body count. Take notes: "And I'm down to catch a body, ...
Jimmy Fallon has announced that U2 will be taking on a weeklong residency at The Tonight Show starting Monday, Nov.17. This appears to be a recent trend on late night shows, considering those very same days, Metallica will be performing a weeklong ...
Jimmy Fallon welcomed an especially scary guest to The Tonight Show on Halloween (Oct. 31) recently.
Everything is better when The Roots get involved.
Jeff Tweedy and Wilco stopped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to celebrate their 20th anniversary on national TV last night, Oct. 27. Tweedy also played charades with Charles Barkley and Ewan McGregor.
With The Roots providing the beat, Shmurda flashed some serious charisma with help from a Lil Jon-lookin' hype man a couple dancers.
Ben Affleck visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Monday night to discuss his new movie Gone Girl, but the conversation somehow shifted to the Disney movie Frozen.
As usual, Fallon is having all the fun. He had rock legend Plante on "The Tonight Show" Friday night and decided to sing a doo-wop duet with some help from Loopy, an iPad app.
Jimmy Fallon is not a fan of surprises, but he got a big one on Friday's edition of The Tonight Show when Seth Rogen popped out of a giant birthday cake to issue a message to Fallon.
It's hard to believe it's been almost four months since Will Ferrell and Chad Smith put their drum skills to the test on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Some recent online smack talk may be enough to ignite the rivalry however.
Appearing as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live in 1986, Paul Westerberg and his cronies came to the stage drunk before unleashing two raucous songs that featured forgotten lyrics, unnecessary wardrobe changes, and goon-ish behavior.
"Who dat, who dat? C-S-N-Y." Jimmy Fallon reprised his role as Neil Young with Crosby, Stills & Nash last night for a folk-rock cover of Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX's massive hit "Fancy."
Black Thought of The Roots rapped about Harry Potter on last night's 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.'