Goose will make its late-night TV debut next week with a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The upcoming appearance by the Connecticut-based quintet on the ABC talk show was announced in a promo clip during Thursday night’s episode. The performance is due to air during the show’s Tuesday, November 1st episode.
[UPDATE 11/2/22]: Watch Goose make its late-night TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with a performance of Dripfield track “Hungersite” here.
Goose will figure into the week’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! lineup alongside fellow musical guest Viagra Boys. Other guests set to appear on the show next week include Mindy Kaling, Rob McElhenney, Patton Oswalt, and Gwyneth Paltrow.
While Goose performed for national audiences on CBS Sunday Morning earlier this year during a sold-out, two-night run at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, this will mark the band’s first performance on a late-night show—a meaningful milestone for any band on the rise, and particularly elusive one for bands in the jam world.
Peter Anspach (guitar, keys, vocals) previously addressed the prospect of appearing on late-night TV in an UPROXX interview with Steven Hyden earlier this year. While discussing the band Geese and its recent appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, he mused, “We were just confused as to why they got into late-night television when they’re playing 200-cap rooms. Maybe we could drum up some smack with Stephen Colbert, because I would ask him that question.”
The Kimmel appearance arrives as Goose prepares to kick off a co-headlining fall tour with Trey Anastasio Band on November 9th. For full details on the Goose/TAB tour, head here.
Watch the promo clip announcing Goose’s late-night TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! below.
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The last band announced is going to make this look like a fake but this was next week’s announcement of guests on @JimmyKimmelLive from last night. Should get confirmation of Thursday night later today. #GooseTheBand pic.twitter.com/gguwGhgjXe
— Ryan Molnar (@Ryan_Molnar) October 28, 2022
— Goose (@goosetheband) November 1, 2022