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News March 6, 2018

Amy Shark and Gang Of Youths are hitting up US TV next week

Amy Shark and Gang Of Youths are hitting up US TV next week

There’s no denying that Aussie music is hugely popular overseas, but now some of our brightest stars are set to make appearances on American TV next week, which is undoubtedly set to to give them a massive visibility boost.

Yes, next week is set to see the US late-night talk show circuit receive a pretty big injection of Aussie talent, with acts like Amy Shark, Gang Of Youths, and Troye Sivan all scheduled to make appearances next week.

Confirmed today, Amy Shark is set to appear on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon next Tuesday, March 13th, appearing on the same episode as Ricky Gervais and Chris Sullivan. Then, just two days later, Troye Sivan is set to appear on the same program, performing on an episode that is set to include appearances by Bill Hader and Jimmy Buffett.

Amy Shark took to Twitter earlier this afternoon to confirm the news, saying “This little Aussie has been invited to play on JIMMY FALLON.”

“I am so incredibly grateful! This is proper crazy now.”

Meanwhile, Gang Of Youth will also be making an appearance on NBC, popping up on Late Night With Seth Meyers next Monday, March 12th, before they kick off their US tour just a couple of days later. While we’re not too sure who else is scheduled to appear on Gang Of Youths’ episode, we’re pretty certain they’ll be remembered as the highlight.

While Gang Of Youths are yet to make their US television debut, both Amy Shark and Troye Sivan have ticked this milestone off previously, with Sivan popping up on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in 2015, and Shark appearing on The Late Late Show with James Corden in November and Last Call with Carson Daly in February..

Needless to say, be sure to keep an eye out for all of these performances and cheer on our Aussie talent.

Check out Amy Shark on The Late Late Show with James Corden:

This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.


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