This week in Radio on the TV, Mötley Crüe begin their farewell campaign with a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Arctic Monkeys stop by Letterman, and Barry Gibb plays two Bee Gees classics on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Immediately following a press conference to announce the impending dissolution of the band (following a lengthy world tour, of course), Mötley Crüe played their adrenaline-raising classic "Kickstart My Heart" on Kimmel.




Barry Gibb dug deep into the Bee Gees' songbook for "To Love Somebody," a cut from 1967, and "You Should Be Dancing," one of the band's first forays into the disco world.






Arctic Monkeys played "Do I Wanna Know?," the opening track from last year's AM, on Letterman.




Fresh off of her Grammy performance with Carole King, Sara Bareilles played "I Choose You" on Jimmy Kimmel Live.




Broken Bells, the collaboration between James Mercer of the Shins and Danger Mouse, premiered a pair of cuts from After the Disco, which comes out next week.