Ska punk veterans Rancid appeared on Conan last week, shaking the late night set up with a rowdy rendition of "Ghost of a Chance" off latest album, Trouble Maker. With the fast-paced song clocking in at only one minute and 40 seconds, the legendary group came ready to make the most of their television time
President Barack Obama wasn't the only one on television last night trying to appeal to a greater sense of hope and humanity. Los Angeles indie rockers Local Natives were the musical guests Wednesday night on Conan, where they performed "Fountain of Youth," a yearning and carefree track off upcoming album Sunlit Youth. "Early on while
Kentucky outfit Cage the Elephant appeared on Conan last week where they performed "Trouble," a dreamy standout from 2015's Tell Me I'm Pretty, which was produced by the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach. "Trouble on my left, trouble on my right, I've been facing trouble almost all my life," singer Matt Shultz croons. "My sweet love
Celebrating the release of latest album Then Came the Morning, the Lone Bellow recently appeared on Conan to perform the single "Take My Love." The electrified song shows the band at their most heartfelt, with frontman Zach Williams putting his all into the vocals and guitarist Brian Elmquist getting killer tone out of his Gretsch
Swedish act The Tallest Man on Earth visited Conan last night for a terrific performance "Sagres" off recently released album Dark Bird is Home. Earlier in the episode, O'Brien actually encouraged viewers to switch the channel to watch David Letterman's final show. “I haven’t done that in all my years on the air, but tonight,
If you missed UK thunderous duo Royal Blood's recent performance on Conan, you can still watch a clip of the band performing "Figure It Out" here. The guys seemed to be in a partying spirit for the late-night stop, as bassist/singer Mike Kerr wore big sunglasses and drummer Ben Thatcher inexplicably donned a blonde wig. But
While in Los Angeles for the upcoming Grammy Awards Show, Kentucky rock band Cage the Elephant stopped by the set of Conan to play the track "Cigarette Daydreams." The single comes off latest album Melophobia, which received a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Album. To round out the song's dreamy sound, bassist Daniel Tichenor pulled
Interpol recently stopped by the set of Conan to perform the track "My Desire," which comes off 2014's El Pintor. With a dimly lit set, the Paul Banks-led outfit offered a dark and passionate version of the song, much to the delight of host Conan O'Brien. Watch Interpol in action below.
The Decemberists' first album in four years, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, won't be out until Jan. 20, but the single "Make You Better" has already dropped in advance. The Colin Meloy-fronted band appeared on Conan this week to perform the heart-wrenching track for the first time on television. Watch the band
Hard Working Americans is a new supergroup that includes Neal Casal (above) of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, singer/songwriter Todd Snider, Dave Schools from Widespread Panic and Duane Trucks. Earlier this year, the band released a self-titled debut album covering 11 tracks by a wide range of well-known artists. As such, the Hard Working Americans recently stopped by the set of Conan to perform a rocking version of “Stomp and Holler,” which was written by country luminary Hayes Carll. Watch the performance after the jump and visit the quintet’s official Facebook page for more information.