Disturbed Rock Late Night With ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Performances
Are you ready, Disturbed fans? Choosing to stay off the road (minus a hometown show) last year and let their Evolution album sink in with fans, Disturbed are ready to finally bring their new music to the concert stage. Things kicked off for the band earlier this week, having launched their tour in San Diego Wednesday night (Jan. 9). Making their way up the coast to Los Angeles, they dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to make a late night appearance Thursday night (Jan. 10) ahead of Friday's show at the Forum.
During the broadcast, the band performed their melodically powerful single "A Reason to Fight." Singer David Draiman sat on a stool, flanked by his bandmates (and an extra guitarist) delivering the acoustic-guitar centric track. You can watch the performance below.
The group played a mini-set for fans in attendance and another performance was included on the Jimmy Kimmel Live YouTube channel. Their much heavier Evolution song "Are You Ready?" pumped up the crowd as the band plugged in amidst a flashier light show awash in red, orange and yellow lighting. Watch the performance below.
According to Setlist.fm, the Disturbed mini-set for Kimmel also included performances of the songs "The Game" and "Down With the Sickness."
Disturbed will bring fan favorites past and present to the concert stage on their current trek with Three Days Grace. After hitting the Forum in Los Angeles tonight (Jan. 11), Las Vegas, Glendale (Ariz.), Denver and Albuquerque will all get shows this next week. See all of the band's upcoming dates listed here.
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