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Watch Alabama Shakes play Saturday Night Live and Austin City Limits

on February 17, 2013, 10:27am

screen shot 2013 02 17 at 9.21.20 am e1361114597482 Watch Alabama Shakes play Saturday Night Live and Austin City Limits

Last night, you could have watched Alabama Shakes play the same song from two different settings on two different television channels at the same exact time. That’s because the band’s episode of Austin City Limits aired simultaneously with Saturday Night Live, where the band appeared as musical guest.

Brittany Howard and Co. ripped through their standout single “Hold On” and a newer song titled “Always Alright” on SNL.

Meanwhile, their ACL setlist included five songs: “Hold On”, “Always Alright”, “You Ain’t Alone”, “I Ain’t the Same”, and “On Your Way”. The episode of ACL also featured a four-song performance by Gary Clark, Jr.

Replay the band’s two SNL performances and the full episode of ACL below.

Alabama Shakes ACL Setlist:
Hold On
Always Alright
You Ain’t Alone
I Ain’t the Same
On Your Way

Gary Clark, Jr ACL Setlist:
When My Train Pulls In
You Saved Me
Things Are Changin’
Travis County

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Uriah Romero
February 17, 2013 at 3:46 pm

Alabama Shakes was so great on SNL last night. I am glad that I was able to get off of work at DISH early to see them perform. I’ve got a DISH Hopper whole-home DVR, which works well for me considering it lets me start a show in one room and finish in another. When I catch SNL, I usually start in the kitchen while I’m making lunch for the next day, and end up finishing it in my bedroom. It’s nice to have options of where I want to watch
my shows.

Fisty
February 17, 2013 at 8:26 pm

I feel like this is an advertisement. I can do the same on DirecTV

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