Alternative rock pioneers The Replacements have played together on TV for the first time in 25 years.
The Replacements return to TV
Alt-rock pioneers take to the small screen for the first time in 25 years
The Minnesota rockers appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where they played Alex Chilton, a track taken from their 1987 album Pleased To Meet Me.
Their appearance comes 28 years after they were banned from the NBC network after a chaotic, drunken performance on Saturday Night Live and a quarter of a century since their last TV slot.
The band split in 1991 but in 2012, frontman Paul Westerberg and guitarist Tommy Stinson launched EP Songs For Slim – a limited edition 10-inch vinyl release which was auctioned to raise money for former bandmate Slim Dunlap who suffered a stroke that year.
Their first gig since 1991 took place at Riot Fest, Toronto in 2013.