Florida Georgia Line, Sylvan Esso to Perform on “The Tonight Show”

Florida Georgia Line via CMT

Like its companion “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” is currently enjoying a two week production hiatus.

When it returns the week of July 7, its musical emphasis, at least initially, will be on multi-person acts.

Thus far confirmed for the upcoming “Tonight Show” episodes are a veteran trio and two contemporary duos.

Taking the stage on Monday’s episode, which will also feature interviews with Kiefer Sutherland and Nicole Richie, will be the legendary Crosby, Stills and Nash.

Superstar country duo Florida Georgia Line will perform Tuesday after host Jimmy Fallon interviews Halle Berry and Chris Colfer.

Duo Sylvan Esso is then on deck for Wednesday’s show. Kelly Ripa and Jason Clarke are slated as the interview guests.

NBC has not yet confirmed lineups for the July 10 and 11 episodes.

The latest “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” listings, including details on the re-runs set to air this week, follow:

Tuesday, July 1: Guests include Hugh Jackman, Jimmy Page and musical guest Barry Gibb with The Roots. The Voice winner Josh Kaufman sits-in with The Roots. (OAD 05/21/14).

Wednesday, July 2: Guests include Tom Cruise, Kendall Jenner & Kylie Jenner and musical guest Chrissie Hynde with The Roots. (OAD 06/04/14).

Thursday, July 3: Guests include James McAvoy, Amy Schumer and musical guest Tune-Yards. (OAD 05/09/14).

Friday, July 4: Guests include Channing Tatum, Joshua Topolsky and Julian McCullough. (OAD 06/06/14).

**Monday, July 7: Guests include Kiefer Sutherland, Nicole Richie and musical guest Crosby, Stills and Nash. Show 0080.

**Tuesday, July 8: Guests include Halle Berry, Chris Colfer and musical guest Florida Georgia Line. Show 0081.

**Wednesday, July 9: Guests include Kelly Ripa, Jason Clarke and musical guest Sylvan Esso. Show 0082.

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