MULTI-PLATINUM, GRAMMY®-NOMINATED U.K. BAND SNOW PATROL TO PERFORM “LIVE ON LETTERMAN” WEBCAST, MONDAY, JAN. 9
CBS Interactive Music Group’s award-winning concert webcast series, LIVE ON LETTERMAN, will feature Snow Patrol in a live webcast concert from the world-famous Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, Monday, Jan. 9 (8:00 PM, ET/5:00 PM, PT).
Snow Patrol will play music from throughout their career, including songs from their forthcoming release on Island Records, Fallen Empires, which hits stores the day after their webcast. The band is the latest on an impressive list of performers on the LIVE ON LETTERMAN webcast concert series, which recently received a Media Vanguard Award from Advertising Age.
Fans can watch Snow Patrol’s webcast live or on-demand at http://www.cbs.com/late_night/liveonletterman/. In addition, the show is available live and on-demand through CBS properties, broadcast on select CBS RADIO stations, viewable live on CBS’s JumboTron in Times Square, as well as via a live audio stream on Radio.com's mobile applications. The webcasts are also offered through VEVO s website, mobile and connected devices and syndication partners.
With more than 11 million album sales, five successful CDs and hit singles around the world, including “Chasing Cars” and “Run,” the Glasgow-based, Irish-Scottish Snow Patrol – comprised of singer Gary Lightbody, guitarist Nathan Connolly, bassist Paul Wilson, drummer Jonny Quinn and keyboardist Tom Simpson – will debut their sixth album, Fallen Empires, on Tuesday, Jan. 10. The band has been nominated for GRAMMY® Awards, the Mercury Music Prize, BRIT Awards and MTV Europe Music Awards, with 2003’s Final Straw landing them an Ivor Novello Award in 2005.
Snow Patrol’s LIVE ON LETTERMAN webcast will follow the taping of their performance on the LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN, which will be broadcast later that evening (11:35 PM-12:37 AM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. During their LATE SHOW performance, the band will play their latest song, “New York,” in the city it was inspired by.
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