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February 17th, 2012 By mbreen | Music | Posted In: Live Music, Local Music

Watch: Walk the Moon on NBC's 'Last Call'

Cincy-based RCA recording artists return to Carson Daly show, set date for Jimmy Fallon appearance

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Cincinnati's Walk the Moon has been on a roll for about the past year and half but now that the band has a physical release out on its new major-label home, RCA Records, things are starting to move even faster and more and more people are discovering the young Alt/Dance/Pop band's charming sound and great, energetic live show. Having already mastered the fine art of blanket social media marketing (few acts are as interactive and accessible to fans), WTM is now set to conquer late-night TV and add even more new fans.

Wednesday night, Walk the Moon made its second appearance on Last Call with Carson Daly on NBC. The first time was when they were scrappy young lads at South By Southwest looking for a record deal. This time, they're RCA recording artists working a big theater in L.A. and looking already like confident, veteran Rock stars performing to a mob of adoring (and sweaty) fans.

The group will perform LIVE for the first time on network TV on April 5, appearing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. And you can catch them in the flesh next Friday (Feb. 24) at the Madison Theater with current tourmates Young the Giant. If you have a ticket, that is. The show is sold out, no doubt helped by WTM's appearance on the bill (the group's own homecoming show a couple months ago at the same club was also a sell out).

Here's Walk the Moon playing "Anna Sun" at The Wiltern in Los Angeles from Wednesday's Last Call:


 
 
02.22.2012 at 09:40 Reply

loving Walk the Moon and their crazy catchy, infectious music. you need to check out their ep if you haven't already!! 

 

02.23.2012 at 12:15 Reply

I think they sounded great on Last Call! I can't wait for their Fallon appearance. :) Gonna keep listening to the new EP until then!

 

06.05.2012 at 10:10 Reply

They did awesome on Jimmy Fallon.  These guys are going to be huge!  Can't wait to get their new CD on the 19th!

 

 
 
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