Brooks & Dunn and Midland Set To Perform on April 9 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

The episode will also feature Chelsea Handler and Justin Hartley.

Jimmy Fallon | Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

On April 5, Brooks & Dunn will release its “Reboot” LP. The album features some of the duo’s classic tracks “rebooted” as collaborations with contemporary country acts.

One such act is Midland, which joins Brooks & Dunn on a new version of “Boot Scootin’ Boogie.”

To support the new release, Brooks & Dunn and Midland will perform on the April 9 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

The performance will close an episode that also features Chelsea Handler and Justin Hartley. Complete listings follow:

Monday, April 1: Guests include Tracy Morgan, Maisie Williams, Patrick Mahomes and musical guest The Zombies. Show 1038

Tuesday, April 2: Guests include Sam Rockwell, Kathie Lee Gifford and a performance from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” Show 1039

Wednesday, April 3: Guests include Alec Baldwin, Kelly Clarkson and musical guest Kelly Clarkson. Show 1040

Thursday, April 4: Guests include Kit Harington, Elle Fanning and musical guest Khalid. Show 1041

Friday, April 5: Guests include Taraji P Henson, Jason Clarke and Nate Bargatze. Show 1042

Monday, April 8: Guests include Hugh Jackman, Chrissy Metz and musical guest Juice WRLD. Show 1043

Tuesday, April 9: Guests include Chelsea Handler, Justin Hartley and musical guest Brooks & Dunn ft. Midland. Show 1044

Written by Brian Cantor

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