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Echosmith Scheduled to Perform on “The Late Late Show With James Corden”

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The reliably entertaining Echosmith will soon bring its talent to the CBS late night universe.

Per the network’s official listings, the band will perform on the October 14 edition of CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

Colin Hanks, Juliette Lewis, and Matthew Fox are scheduled to appear as that night’s discussion guests.

Other upcoming “Late Late” performers include R. City (10/6), The Maccabees (10/8), Franz Ferdinand and Sparks (10/13) and Raury (10/15).

The latest “Late Late” lineup follows:

Monday, Oct. 5 Actress Julianne Moore; actor John Stamos; Jack Hanna and his animals (n)

Tuesday, Oct. 6 Actor Chris Parnell; actress Nina Dobrev; musical performance by R. City (n)

Wednesday, Oct. 7 Actress Jamie Lee Curtis; TV host Sharon Osbourne; actor Elyes Gabel (n)

Thursday, Oct. 8 Actor Nathan Lane; actress Rachel Bloom; musical performance by The Maccabees (n)

Friday, Oct. 9 Repeat TBA

Monday, Oct. 12 Writer Aaron Sorkin (n)

Tuesday, Oct. 13 Actor Jeff Daniels; actress Kirsten Dunst; comedian Billy Eichner; musical performance by Franz Ferdinand and Sparks (n)

Wednesday, Oct. 14 Actor Colin Hanks; actress Juliette Lewis; actor Matthew Fox; musical performance by Echosmith (n)

Thursday, Oct. 15 Supermodel Cindy Crawford; actor Matt Bomer; musical performance by Raury (n)

Written by Brian Cantor

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