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NBC Announces Disclosure, Wild Cub for “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”

NBC refuses to relent in confirming buzzworthy musical acts for its “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”

This week’s lineup features names like London Grammar, Jhene Aiko, Neon Trees and the legendary Bruce Springsteen. And come next week, two more breakthrough acts take the “Late Night” stage.

Performing on the Monday, January 20 show will be electronic duo Disclosure. Following its appearances on virtually every major music publication’s “Best of 2013” list, the act will perform after host Jimmy Fallon interviews Jessica Alba and Elvis Duran.

Its “Thunder Clatter” is still reigning atop Alt Nation’s influential “Alt 18,” and on January 21, Wild Cub will introduce itself to the “Late Night” audience. Wild Cub, which broke the news Monday on its Twitter, joins an episode that also features Bill Gates and Kate McKinnon.

NBC’s latest “Fallon” listings follow:

Monday, January 13: Guests include Queen Latifah, Jon Bernthal and musical guest London Grammar. Show 0950

Tuesday, January 14: Guests include Bruce Springsteen and musical guest Bruce Springsteen. Show 0951

Wednesday, January 15: Guests include Ice Cube, Mark Consuelos and Danny Bowien. Show 0952

Thursday, January 16: Guests include Drake, Ana Gasteyer and musical guest Neon Trees. Show 0953

Friday, January 17: Guests include Kevin Hart, Val Kilmer and musical guest Jhene Aiko with The Roots. Show 0954

Monday, January 20: Guests include Jessica Alba, Elvis Duran and musical guest Disclosure. Show 0955

Tuesday, January 21: Guests include Bill Gates, Kate McKinnon and musical guest Wild Cub. Show 0956

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