Showing All "Jimmy Kimmel" Posts

I'm not actually doing it here, but I feel like it's time for all of us to stop referring to Divine Fits as "the new Britt Daniel/Dan Boeckner/Sam Brown" band and just start calling them "Divine…   Read Story »
The producers of Jimmy Kimmel Live must have deemed this all-star trio too big for an in-studio stage. Dave Grohl, accompanied by John Fogerty and Rick Springfield, led the Sound City Players in a…   Read Story »
There's an old bit of rock apocrypha -- since refuted -- that goes a little something like this: On the eve of the two-and-a-half-year Use Your Illusion tour in 1991, Axl Rose gathered the other…   Read Story »
Seven hours ago, a status update on Morrissey's Facebook page announced the singer's return to live performance following a bout with illness, saying: Morrissey will resume his North American tour…   Read Story »
Last night, Big Boi was the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Joined by Phantogram, he performed "CPU" to a huge outdoor audience instead of the usual intimate Kimmel studio crowd. Watch the video…   Read Story »
Like DIIV, Dan Deacon made his network television debut last night. Unlike DIIV, Dan's been around years, a veritable vet of the eclectic set. So his stop at Kimmel with America's "True Thrush" was…   Read Story »
Atlanta rap entity Future has turned an Auto-Tuned spit-gargle into one of the most hypnotic sounds in all of rap, and his album Pluto is currently fighting it out with Swans for a place in my…   Read Story »
Last night, wizened sludge elders Soundgarden brought their reunion show to the outdoor stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live!, playing a couple of songs from their surprisingly strong new album King Animal. On…   Read Story »
On last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Aimee Mann served as musical guest, and she didn't come alone. She and Shins frontman James Mercer duetted on "Living A Lie," an expertly crafted…   Read Story »
Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Vampire Weekend showed up and debuted a supremely confident and pleasant new indie-pop jam called "Unbelievers." In an awesome display of profligate spending, they…   Read Story »