Texas and Red Dirt’s Top 7 Late Night Television Moments
Does anyone even stay up late to watch TV at night? Yes! They do. Millions in fact. And, besides, today those who can't make themselves stay awake later than the evening local news get to watch on the internet the next day.
This week Josh Abbott Band made their national television debut, which got us feeling all nostalgic. After all, there have been plenty of bands with roots in our scene who have performed on national television, long after all self-respecting Americans are in bed.
From NBC to TBS, and a Kacey hologram; here are Texas and Red Dirt's Top 7 Late Night Television Moments.
7. Aubrie Sellers "Sit Here and Cry"
Earlier this year Sellers performed on the show of that guy who used to do "Weekend Update" on SNL.
6. Hayes Carll "KMAG YO YO"
Hayes stopped by the "The Tonight Show," back before network television caved and got YouTube channels.
5. Josh Abbott Band "Wasn't that Drunk"
Lubbock's own Josh Abbott Band's steamy performance with Carly Pearce on Kimmel.
4. Wade Bowen "When I Woke Up Today"
He sang to a clean shaven Conan O'Brien.
3. Kacey Musgraves' hologramon Jimmy Kimmel
We found out you can get away with things you probably couldn't normally, when talking with a hologram, Kacey also discussed a very recent wardrobe malfunction.
2. Randy Rogers Band "Interstate"
Randy and the boys perform for Conan O'Brien and his red beard.
1. Ray Wylie Hubbard "Mother Blue's"
After hearing this song David Letterman admits the urge he wants to "get a van and go" on the road with Ray Wylie Hubbard.