James Bay Performing on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

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BRIT Award winner James Bay, whose breakthrough single “Hold Back the River” is currently in the Top 10 at US alternative radio and Top 15 at US hot adult contemporary radio, will soon showcase his talent on the highest-profile American late night show.

NBC confirms that the singer-songwriter will perform on the Tuesday, July 21 edition of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” The performance will be Bay’s first on the flagship NBC talk show.

Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Gad are scheduled as the night’s interview guests.

NBC’s full “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Wednesday, July 15: Guests include Amy Schumer, Ian McKellen and musical guest Alan Jackson. Show 291

Thursday, July 16: Guests include Bill Hader, Method Man and musical guest Years & Years. Show 292

Friday, July 17: Guests include Ryan Seacrest, Trevor Noah and Tig Notaro. Show 293

Monday, July 20: Guests include Adam Sandler and Judd Apatow. Giorgio Moroder sits-in with The Roots. Show 294

Tuesday, July 21: Guests include Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Gad and musical guest James Bay. Show 295

Wednesday, July 22 (**Not yet officially advertised**): Norm MacDonald, JoAnna Garcia Swisher and musical guest Jeremih featuring Flo Rida. Show 296

Thursday, July 23 (**Not yet officially advertised**): Katie Holmes, David Wain & Michael Showalter and musical guest Sage the Gemini featuring Nick Jonas. Show 297

Friday, July 24 (**Not yet officially advertised**): Rachel McAdams, Michael Pena and Robert Klein. Show 298

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