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Next Week in Music | Sept. 30-Oct. 6 • TV & Movies

Roger Waters, Taylor Swift, Gary Clark Jr. and other artists take to the airwaves.

Roger Waters returns to the silver screen. Another score of performers sing for their supper on the small screen. Long story short: It’s another week of music for your eyes. Here are the artists in your sights this week:



Jon Pardi | Jimmy Kimmel Live
DaBaby | Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Wilco | Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Gary Clark Jr. | Late Late Show With James Corden
Avril Lavigne | Late Night With Seth Meyers
Pete Yorn | Ellen DeGeneres Show


Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real | Jimmy Kimmel Live
Thom Yorke | Late Show With Stephen Colbert


Lunay | Jimmy Kimmel Live
Robbie Robertson | Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Tom Walker | Late Late Show With James Corden
Marshmello & Kane Brown | Ellen DeGeneres Show


Anderson .Paak featuring Smokey Robinson | Jimmy Kimmel Live
Angel Olsen | Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Lauv feat. Anne-Marie | Late Night With Seth
Kristin Chenoweth | Late Late Show With James Corden
Highwomen | Ellen DeGeneres Show
Wale | Kelly Clarkson Show


Lewis Capaldi | Ellen DeGeneres Show


David Wax Museum | CBS This Morning
Taylor Swift | Saturday Night Live
Gary Clark Jr. | Austin City Limits


Roger Waters: Us + Them

THE PRESS RELEASE:Roger Waters, co-founder and creative force behind Pink Floyd, with visionary director Sean Evans, brings to the screen the live story of Us + Them to inspire you with its powerful music and message of human rights, liberty and love. The film features songs from Waters legendary Pink Floyd albums, The Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here, as well as his last album, Is This The Life We Really Want? The tour saw Waters perform a total of 156 shows to 2.3M people throughout North America, Australia & New Zealand, Europe, Russia, Latin America and Mexico. Says Waters: “I’m so looking forward to the launch of the movie in October. Us + Them is not standard rock and roll fare, some in the audience may ‘yee haaaa!!!’ Which is ok, but many will weep. That is what I hope for. Us + Them is a call to action. Homo Sapiens stand at a crossroads, we can either pool our love, develop our capacity to empathise with others and act collectively for the good of our planet, or we can remain Comfortably Numb, and continue, like blind lemmings, on our current omnicidal death march towards extinction. Us + Them is a vote for love and life.”