Jimmy Kimmel: Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan & Rival Sons Perform

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Jimmy Kimmel Live: Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan Review

Dominic Monaghan is stopping by Jimmy Kimmel Live and he might bring a few creatures with him. Monaghan has his own show, Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan, on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom and he is stopping by to talk about his adventures. The show follows Monaghan as he travels the world and interacts with the animals, usually dangerous or poisonous, native to the part of the world he is in.

Jimmy Kimmel: Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan & Rival Sons Perform

Jimmy Kimmel will talk with with Dominic Monaghan about his new show, the animals he has been chasing after and Rival Sons will perform “Until the Sun Comes.” (Jaguar PS / Shutterstock.com)

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In one of his more recent episodes, Monaghan traveled to Malaysia where he searched for the Malaysian honey bee. Although it can be quite easy to find thousands of these bees on the island, they build their hives as near to the tops of trees as they can, making the search for them very difficult. Monaghan wanted to get a closer look at the bees so he climbed the “bee tree” in a protective suit but it didn’t help much when the bees swarmed. Monaghan said he was stung hundreds of times and the pain lasted for several days after.

I wonder if he will be bringing some animals on Jimmy Kimmel Live?

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Rival Sons Head Down Review

The blues and folk-inspired band Rival Sons will be on Jimmy Kimmel Live March 7 2013 to perform a single from their new album Head Down. The album, which releases on March 9 2013, is the band’s third album since their debut album in 2009, Before the Fire.

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The band has been on a touring frenzy for the last couple years, leaving themselves hardly any time to record albums. The latest album was recorded in Nashville with only 20 days to complete the entire 13 song playlist. That isn’t strange for the band though. They have recorded all three of their albums with 20 or less days and it always happens in between their touring.

It seems the touring has paid off though. The band has played a number of sold out shows around the world and they have been getting rave reviews from music critics. Although they have been named as one of the bands to watch this year by numerous music magazines, they should probably have the title of hardest working band as well.

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