Late Night Music Roundup: Ryan Adams, Earl Sweatshirt

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Ryan Adams performs live on stage as part of the iTunes Festival at The Roundhouse on Sept. 21, 2014 in London, England. 

David Letterman is nearing the finishing line of his farewell lap, though some fine musicians have yet to say their goodbyes. Last night, it was Ryan Adams turn to pay homage to the retiring talk show legend.

Adams, who first played The Late Show in 2001, was back on board to perform "Starting To Hurt," from his 2002 album Demolition. He performed the song on Letterman way back in the year of its release. Watch the clip below.

Earl Sweatshirt got three bites of the cherry when he appeared as the music guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live overnight. With support from BadBadNotGood, the rapper unleashed versions of  "Huey", "Grief" and "Kaleidoscope," all lifted from his latest album I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside.

Watch the clips below.


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