Chicago-area locals, PLAIN WHITE T's will be the subject of a live broadcast airing August 6 on AXS TV. Their concert takes place at 11:45 p.m. ET at the Summit Music Hall in Denver, Colorado, and to gear-up, AXS TV and PWT are documenting the road to the show over on Tumblr. The band is currently working on a new full-length album, while touring in support of their recent EP, SHOULD'VE GONE TO BED (Hollywood Records).
Interestingly enough, we just caught a SESAME STREET re-run this morning on PBS KIDS that featured the "T" spoof on "Hey There Delilah." The 2008 clip features PLAIN WHITE T's frontman Tom Higgenson voicing a song about all things "T." Actually, let's watch it again...
And for something a little more current, check out the video for the title track of PWT's latest EP below...
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