Depeche Mode TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON 01.03.2017
23 Feb 2017, 11:19
DEPECHE MODE PERFORMING ON MARCH 1 “TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON”
NBC lists Jennifer Lopez, Jeff Probst and Depeche Mode for the March 1 "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
Season two of NBC’s “Shades Of Blue” premieres on March 5.
Four days earlier, star and executive producer Jennifer Lopez will appear on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
The visit will mark Lopez’ first “Tonight Show” appearance since July 2016.
Per NBC listings, the episode will also feature an interview with Jeff Probst and a musical performance by Depeche Mode. Probst will be supporting the new season of “Survivor,” while Depeche Mode will look to generate excitement over forthcoming album “Spirit.”
NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow (as confirmed by numerous recent revisions, “Tonight Show” listings are subject to change):
Wednesday, February 22: Guests include Neil Patrick Harris, Ken Jeong and Josh Johnson. Show 629
Thursday, February 23: Guests include Susan Sarandon, Elijah Wood and musical guest Little Big Town. Charlie Wilson sits-in with The Roots. Show 630
Friday, February 24: Guests include Hugh Jackman, Mandy Moore and musical guest Chronixx. Show 631
Monday, February 27: Guests include Aaron Paul and Keri Russell. Show 632
Tuesday, February 28: Guests include Michael Shannon, Alicia Keys and musical guest John Mellencamp ft. Martina McBride. Show 633
Wednesday, March 1: Guests include Jennifer Lopez, Jeff Probst and musical guest Depeche Mode. Show 634
Depeche Mode is a Grammy-nominated British electronic band comprised of members Dave Gahan, Martin L. Gore and Andrew Fletcher. Over the course of its more-than-30-year career, the band has released 13 albums, including the chart-topping Songs of Faith and Devotion in 1993. Depeche Mode's latest album, Spirit, will be released on March 17.
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