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Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam Set for Pink Floyd Week on ‘Jimmy Fallon’

Dave Grohl / Roger Waters / Eddie Vedder
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NBC’s ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ will host a weeklong musical tribute to legendary rockers Pink Floyd that will feature performances by Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam and other acts on Sept. 26-30.

Foo Fighters will be joined by Floyd singer-bassist Roger Waters himself on Tuesday, Sept. 27, for a performance of ‘In the Flesh’ from the ‘The Wall.’

On Friday, Sept. 30, Pearl Jam will bring Floyd Week to a close with ‘Mother,’ which is also from ‘The Wall.’ Pearl Jam recently appeared on Fallon to perform the new song ‘Ole!,’ while frontman Eddie Vedder joined the talk-show host on a comedic rendition of ‘Balls in Your Mouth.’

The timing of Pink Floyd week on Fallon coincides with the release of remastered versions of all of Floyd’s studio discs, as well as super deluxe reissues of select albums.

Also taking part in Pink Floyd week are the Shins, MGMT and country singer Dierks Bentley, while Floyd drummer Nick Mason will chat with Fallon on Monday, Sept. 26.

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