Chris Young & Vince Gill, Nick Jonas Performing On NBC’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

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NBC has revealed the musical guests for the June 10 and June 13 editions of its “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Per a network press release, Chris Young and Vince Gill will collaboratively perform on the June 10 episode. They will presumably play Young’s new single “Sober Saturday Night,” on which Gill appears as a featured artist.

The Young-Gill performance will follow host Jimmy Fallon’s interviews with Ryan Seacrest and Cedric The Entertainer.

Nick Jonas, meanwhile, is confirmed as both an interview and musical guest for the June 13 episode. Jonas will be appearing in support of his new album “Last Year Was Complicated.”

The June 13 installment will also feature an interview with Liam Hemsworth.

NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Monday, June 6: Guests include Daniel Radcliffe, Mel B and musical guest Maren Morris. Show 482

Tuesday, June 7: Guests include Ethan Hawke, Freddie Prinze Jr. and musical guest Ingrid Michaelson. Show 483

Wednesday, June 8: Guests include Mark Ruffalo, Paula Patton and The Lucas Brothers. Show 484

Thursday, June 9: Guests include President Barack Obama. Show 485

Friday, June 10: Guests include Ryan Seacrest, Cedric the Entertainer and musical guest Chris Young featuring Vince Gill. Show 486

Monday, June 13: Guests include Liam Hemsworth, Nick Jonas and musical guest Nick Jonas. Show 487

Written by Brian Cantor

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