Two Colorado acts will be hanging out with some of the largest television audiences of their lives in the coming weeks. That’s right, Boulder-based Yonder Mountain String Band and Denver-based Matt Morris (who is releasing his debut LP on Justin Timberlake’s Tennman Records a week from today) will be hanging with the late-night TV boys in January.
Yonder will hang with Craig Ferguson on “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson” tonight on CBS, surely playing a track from its “The Show” — the band’s best CD to date. (Listen to the excellent newish tracks “Fingerprint” and “Complicated” here.) The band is fresh off three big New Year’s shows — all of which were reviewed here at Reverb. Check them out here, here and here.
Morris will play the show before Ferguson’s — CBS’s “The Late Show With David Letterman” — in a couple Fridays on Jan. 15. Morris’ “When Everything Breaks Open” comes out a week from today on a record label that was founded by a former mouseketeer buddy of his, Justin Timberlake.
Follow Reverb on Twitter! Here!
Ricardo Baca is the founder and co-editor of Reverb and an award-winning critic and journalist at The Denver Post. He is also the executive director of the Underground Music Showcase, Colorado’s premier indie music festival. Follow his whimsies at Twitter, his live music habit at Gigbot and his iTunes addictions at Last.fm.