It was another busy week of bands making their way to TV, from long-running Rock and Roll Hall of Famers to young up-and-comers to a brand new folk-y collaboration between a pop star and an acoustic songwriter.

The Foo Fighters hogged the whole week over on Letterman in the lead-up to their new collaborative album, Sonic Highways. Our favorite from the week was when they brought out the Wilson sisters for "Kick it Out" from 1977's Little Queen.

Eric Church keeps the train rolling for his latest, The Outsiders, on The Tonight Show.

Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way played a track from his solo debut, Hesitant Alien, on Conan.

Bob Seger and a cast of thousands brought a track from his new album, Ride Out, to Jimmy Kimmel Live.

You + Me is the new collaboration between P!nk and Dallas Green of the folk band City and Colour. P!nk showed how earthy she is by wearing a long dress.

The >New Pornographers continue their Brill Bruisers promotion on Conan.

Alt-folk artist (and friend of AllMusic) Shakey Graves brought his act to Conan this week.