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Neil Young and Jack White teaming for Tonight Show appearance

Neil Young and Jack White confirmed to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
Neil Young and Jack White confirmed to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
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Neil Young and Jack White have been confirmed as upcoming guests on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The pair of music legends will appear together on NBC's popular late night talk show on Mon., May 12.

According to an updated posted May 9 at The Tonight Show's official Twitter account courtesy of, the two multi-Grammy winners have agreed to appear on the show for a Q&A segment together to promote Young's new studio album, A Letter Home. Young has also been announced as a performer, but no word whether White, who performed as guest artist on two of the albums tracks, or Fallon, who is renown for his impersonations of Young, will join the "Heart of Gold" hit maker on stage.

Released on Jack White's Third Man Records on April 18, the ex-White Stripes frontman also co-produced the album with Young and the LP was recorded in an ancient Voice-o-Graph vinyl recording booth at White's Third Man store in Nashville, Tenn. The 12-inch vinyl release contains 10-covers of songs by a range of artists, including: Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Bert Jansch, Gordon Lightfoot and many others. In a statement on the Third Man website, the album was described as "an unheard collection of rediscovered songs from the past recorded on ancient electro-mechanical technology that captures and unleashes the essence of something that could have been gone forever."

Young recently details for a deluxe box set release of the album. The upcoming limited edition set will include a CD, a download card, a making-of DVD, seven 6-inch clear vinyl discs and two 12-inch vinyl LPs. The box set will be released on May 27 through Third Man and Reprise Records. Fans can pre-order the set at

Young wrapped his solo acoustic tour with a two-night acoustic solo stand on April 21 and 22 at the historic Chicago Theatre. The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will take a brief before heading overseas to team up with Crazy Horse for summer European tour, which begins in July.