Video: Mumford & Sons ‘Live On Letterman’ 

So check this out. As one of these music snob guys, you try to drive your point home to everybody you know about how important it is to capture stuff with pictures or video.  So when 2 of my friends(who will remain nameless for legal purposes, but it may or may not be a member of our Summerland caravan and her boyfriend) found their way into the Ed Sullivan Theater on Friday Night for what was an intimate Mumford & Sons show, my first question was “is there video?” Well, there is! And this thing doesn’t air til Wednesday(supposedly)  according to TV Guide and CBS.com, so below enjoy the stealth filmed footage before it gets taken down and we all get sued and end up out on the streets by lunch hour.

Update: Mumford & Sons did not appear on David Letterman Wednesday Night. It was listed at CBS’s Website, and they didn’t air any of the performance taped on Friday. But, the full “Live On Letterman” video is below, and even if it never gets on TV, it’s definitely worth your time.

“I Will Wait” (Live On Letterman)

“Little Lion Man” (Live On Letterman)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImRypoRkxG

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