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CHROMEO ON CONAN O’BRIEN PERFORMING MOMMA’S BOY WITH AN 8 PIECE STRING SECTION THIS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7th

November 7, 2008 by  

AT THE mtvU WOODIE AWARDS
PLAYING THEIR REMIX LIVE WITH VAMPIRE WEEKEND

Heralded duo Chromeo will not refrain from using the airwaves of North American television to advance their agenda of lustrous synth-funk. Dave 1 and P-Thugg will appear Friday, November 7 on NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien performing a special unplugged (or as they like to call it unthugged) version of Momma’s Boy with the added compliment of an eight piece string section (on NBC 12:35/11:35 central).

The following Wednesday, November 12th, Chromeo will take the stage with Vampire Weekend at Roseland Ballroom in New York City to perform their remix of The Kids Don’t Stand a Chance, live at the 2008 mtvU Woodie Awards- the definitive college music awards. College students across the country nominated Chromeo for a Left Field Woodie Award, aka, most original artist award. The mtvU Woodie Awards premiere November 19th at 8pm ET on mtvU and mtvU.com. MTV, MTV2 and MTV News will also broadcast highlights from the show.

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