Los Angeles-based indie rockers the Airborne Toxic Event recently stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman to perform single "Wrong" from 2014's Dope Machines. And it impressed host David Letterman and bandleader Paul Shaffer so much that the Airborne Toxic Event might have to prepare for some extra travel mates on their tour bus.
The Airborne Toxic Event recently dropped by the Late Show with David Letterman, where they performed "Timeless." The anthemic ballad appears on new EP The Secret. The host seemed to be a big fan of both the performance and the band's gear. "God that was nice. I love that guitar. It's a beautiful guitar," said
With an opening gig at Thursday’s Waterloo Records SXSW Day Party, Los Angeles’ the Airborne Toxic Event delivered in spades. They didn’t have much time in the abbreviated time slot that the South by Southwest music festival typically allows, but the indie rockers fit a lot into their set. At one point, the energy was so high that singer Mikel Jollett even climbed to the top of the scaffolding to deliver the anthemic “Does This Mean You’re Moving On?” off their self-titled debut.
The Airborne Toxic Event recently dropped by David Letterman to help celebrate the 30th anniversary of the show with a performance of their latest single "All I Ever Wanted." Watch below as frontman Mikel Jollett rocks his Gretsch Silver Falcon with guitarist Steven Chen on his Gretsch Power Jet.
This week, The Airborne Toxic Event dropped in on the Late Show with David Letterman to play "All I Ever Wanted," a track off their 2011 release, All at Once. It was a special performance, too, as the night was Letterman's 30th anniversary celebration. With the Calder Quarter in support, watch TATE take the stage
The Airborne Toxic Event appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last Friday, performing "All I Ever Wanted."
Over the weekend, Los Angeles' KROQ radio station held its annual weenie roast featuring acts such as The Airborne Toxic Event (TATE), Neon Trees, Bad Religion, Cage the Elephant, the Strokes, Rise Against and a surprise performance by the Foo Fighters. As usual, Airborne Toxic Event frontman Mikel Jollett and Neon Trees bassist Brandon Campbell
The Airborne Toxic Event visited Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to perform a pair of tracks — "Changing" and "Sometime Around Midnight." The former is featured on the band's new album All At Once.
The Airborne Toxic Event played a Friday night SXSW show at Stubb's in Austin, Texas. Lead singer Mikel Jollett and company ran through material from their new album All At Once, due out April 26. Check out photos below of Jollett with his Gretsch.