Langhorne Slim Performing On Conan Monday Night

Langhorne Slim & The Law is getting to be quite the big deal.  The Portland, Oregon based band’s song, ‘The Way We Move’ has found itself onto televisions and computer screens the nation (and possibly the world) over as it’s being used in the latest ad campaign for the new Microsoft Windows 8 operating system.    Now the band is taking the next step in its meteoric rise to fame.

The band will be on Conan this coming Monday night on TBS.  The band is scheduled to be on Conan to perform its hit song, which is also the title track from its latest release.  Conan airs weekly at 11pm EST/10 CT.  The Way We Move was released this past June on Ramseur Records.    Fans that don’t get the chance to check out the band this Monday night will still get the chance to hear the band’s music live as it tours in support of The Way We Move.  The band will be at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville, TN tomorrow, Saturday March 23rd.  It’s just one stop on a very busy schedule for the band.  Fans in North Carolina will get their chance to see the band live when it makes a stop at the French Broad River Festival in Hot Springs, NC on Saturday, May 4th.

While fans wait on both the band’s live performance on Conan and any of its numerous upcoming live shows, they can check out the video for the album’s title track now on YouTube at  Fans can also get a listing of the band’s tour schedule on its official Facebook page, and its official website,

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