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Late-Night TV Music | Jan. 14, 2019

Mø and Freya Ridings go up against Kane Brown on the talk shows.


To quote the philosopher Meat Loaf: Two out of three ain’t bad. And on Monday’s late-night talk shows, that slim majority went to foreign female singer-songwriters. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon hosted Danish popster , who performed her single Blur with the help of a snappy trio and a giant inflatable moon. (Fingers crossed that Blur decide to write a song called that must be played in front of a small inflatable Sun.) Meanwhile, The Late Late Show With James Corden welcomed British balladeer Freya Ridings, who took to the grand piano for her song Lost Without You. The exception to the rule of women? Country crooner Kane Brown, who brought his track Homesick to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Which reminds me of another Meat Loaf song — you know, the one that involves the words, “I won’t do that.”


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