The Avett Brothers Perform on ‘Tonight Show: At Home Edition’

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The Avett Brothers joined Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show: At Home Edition from the comfort of their own North Carolina porch yesterday, April 7!

Performing via video chat, they played “C Sections and Railway Trestles” from their latest album, Closer Than Together. Fallon introduced the brothers with his handmade sign for, a “humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies – without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay.”

You can watch The Avett Brothers’ performance below!

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Nicole joined Nerds and Beyond in 2019 and is excited to finally get back into writing. As a life-long nerdy fangirl from New Jersey, she loves Supernatural and its fandom as well as anything Wayward, Kings of Con, Lucifer, Wynonna Earp, and the musical Bandstand. She’s constantly listening to Louden Swain, The Station Breaks, Briana Buckmaster, The Avett Brothers, The Mots Nouveaux, or any of Aaron Mahnke’s podcasts. When she’s not [procrastinating] on Twitter, you can usually find her binging Netflix with her dog, reading fanfic, or daydreaming about being back in Arizona or Disney World!
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