Irish American comedian and musician Conan O'Brien is set to release two new vinyl albums next week in advance of his all-new TBS show due to air this November.
The ex-Tonight Show host has titled the two vinyl releases 'And They Call Me Mad? and 'Conan O'Brien Live At Third Man.' The first recording will be a new comedy album and the second will be a live recoding of his rock band playing live.
O'Brien's 'Live At Third Man' album will feature covers of The White Stipes' 'Seven Nation Army' and Eddie Cochran's '20 Flight Rock' as a duet with Jack White. The album was recorded on June 10 at Third Man Records headquarters in Nashville.
The flame haired Irish-American comedian recently joked about releasing the recording on old audience vinyl telling his audience, 'I'm going back in time. Next week, I'll be in vaudeville, and then I'll be a steamship captain."
Both albums are scheduled to appear on iTunes next week. Proceeds from the record sales will be donated to ReTune Nashville, a charitable organization that provides relief for musicians affected by the Tennessee floods.
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