There were many rockers on the tube this week with Slash, John Mayer and Joe Bonamassa promoting new albums, Gregg Allman pimping his new memoirs and Gene Simmons talking up the new season of ‘Family Jewels’ and hiring a vet to be a roadie on the upcoming KISS/Motley Crue tour.
Guitar great Joe Bonamassa started the week off right sitting in with Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra on ‘The Late Show With David Letterman (May 21). Here’s some of the highlights below and a link to the full episode here: www.cbs.com/lateshow
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators rocked ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ on Monday night (May 21) with his new single ‘You’re A Lie’ and a web exclusive performance of ‘Back To Cali.’ Iconic rocker Gregg Allman continued the promotional tour for his book ‘My Cross To Bear’ with stops on ‘CBS This Morning’ (May 22), Piers Morgan Tonight (May 22), Tavis Smiley on PBS (May 23), The View (May 24). Check out the always interesting Allman in all of these interviews, including some footage of his 24 year old future 7th bride.
Slash – “You’re A Lie” (Live Jimmy Fallon, New… by Slashfrance
Slash also made a stop on ‘Piers Morgan Tonight’ on May 23rd:
Watch Gregg with the ladies of ‘The View’ here (at the 25:00 mark): www.abc.go.com/watch/the-view
John Mayer joined ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ to promote his new album ‘Born and Raised’ on May 22nd. He sat in with The Roots and chatted with Jimmy about the album and why he stopped singing for a year because of a heath issue.
Mayer also joined Andy Cohen on Bravo’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ on May 23rd along with legendary newsman Dan Rather.
Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed made stops on ‘The Today Show’ on May 23rd, first with Gene helping chose a roadie through the Hiring Our Heroes campaign. The band hired Paul Jordan, a 27-year military veteran, to work on their road crew this summer. Gene and Shannon stopped by with Hoda and Kathie Lee in the 10am hour to talk about the upcoming season of ‘Family Jewels,’ and Paul even got a little more camera time.