BANKS, Vance Joy to Perform on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”

Last month, critically acclaimed Harvest Records act BANKS delivered stunning renditions of “Beggin for Thread” and “Waiting Game” on the “Jimmy Kimmel Live” stage.

Next week, just as her debut studio album “Goddess” is becoming available for purchase, the singer-songwriter will attempt to make an equally significant impression on another late night talk show.

NBC has confirmed the alternative pop standout for the September 8 edition of its “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”

Insofar as the episode will actually air from 12:35AM-1:35AM ET on September 9, it will bring BANKS onto television screens shortly after “Goddess” launches at midnight.

Prior to BANKS’ performance, Tony Parker and Max Greenfield will sit down for interviews with host Seth Meyers.

Also taking the “Late Night” stage next week will be Vance Joy. The Australian singer-songwriter, whose “Riptide” is the reigning #1 song at alternative radio, will perform on the September 10 edition.

NBC’s latest “Late Night with Seth Meyers” listings follow:

Wednesday, September 3: Guest Gwen Stefani, Andy Roddick and musical guest Counting Crows. Show 0090.

Thursday, September 4: Guests Heidi Klum, Kieran Culkin and Leslie Jones. Show 0091.

Friday, September 5: Guests Stephen Colbert, Amy Sedaris and Matthew Berry. (OAD 9/2/14).

Monday, September 8: Guests Tony Parker, Max Greenfield and musical guest Banks. Show 0092.

Tuesday, September 9: Guests Jeff Goldblum and Jeff Kluger. Show 0093.

Wednesday, September 10: Guests Connie Britton and musical guest Vance Joy. Show 0094.

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