Every week we compile our favorite musical moments from that week's TV programming, from late night shows to comedy bits. This week, Weird Al gets classy, Bob Mould rages on Kimmel, plus the Last Internationale, EMA and Ed Sheeran.
He may have made headlines for his medley of TV themes at the Emmys on Monday, but the real highlight from Weird Al on television this week was his string quartet-backed reinterpretation of his 1985 classic "Dare to Be Stupid" on Comedy Central's The Meltdown.
Bob Mould brought the thunder to Jimmy Kimmel Live with two songs from his latest, Beauty & Ruin.
On Wednesday we ran our interview with the Last Internationale and an exclusive acoustic performance. Later that day, they performed "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Indian Blood" on The Late Show.
Ed Sheeran performed one of the stronger songs from his latest album, X, on Kimmel.
EMA played "Neuromancer," a standout from her latest, this year's The Future's Void, on Letterman.