THEM CROOKED VULTURES: Preview Of 'Austin City Limits' TV Performance Available

February 6, 2010

THEM CROOKED VULTURES — which consists of Dave Grohl (FOO FIGHTERS, NIRVANA, THEM CROOKED VULTURES) on drums, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE singer/guitarist Josh Homme and LED ZEPPELIN bass player John Paul Jones — taped a performance for the "Austin City Limits" TV program on September 30, 2009. The show is scheduled to air on Saturday, February 13 on your local PBS station.

A preview clip of the "No Fang" performance can be viewed at this location.

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THEM CROOKED VULTURES is set to rock the soundstage of another iconic institution, "Saturday Night Live". The band will take the stage live in front of the raucous "SNL" crowd on February 6, with the show being hosted by Ashton Kutcher. Following its stint on late-night television, THEM CROOKED VULTURES will bring the rock to a handful of cities along the East Coast before heading to the desert to play Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on April 16.

THEM CROOKED VULTURES released its self-titled debut album in November 2009 to a slew of critical acclaim and in just a few short months saw additional accolades including "best of 2009" lists from Spin, MySpace and Time Out. The album, which has reached gold and platinum status in a number of territories, including U.K., Canada and Australia, is available in stores and online now.

THEM CROOKED VULTURES's self-titled debut album sold 70,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 12 on The Billboard 200 chart.

"Them Crooked Vultures" was released on November 17, 2009 via DGC/Interscope Records.

THEM CROOKED VULTURES recently shot a video for the song "New Fang" with director Paul Minor (MUSE, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, SCARS ON BROADWAY).

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