in their latest “First Drafts of Rock” Kevin Bacon and Jimmy Edition Fallon performed on the Rolling Stones’ 1966 hit “Paint It, Black” in a video filmed for Tonight ShowBacon plays Mick Jagger, while Fallon becomes Keith Richards.
In the “first draft” of the rock song, both complain that “I went to Michael/ And I asked ‘Where’s the paint?’/ They told me ‘Aisle 6’/ They kept the paint there.” Color/I want to paint”
Bacon pops up regularly. Tonight Show Last year, the duo released another version of Tears for Fears’ 1985 hit Head Over Heels, while in 2019 the actor and musician teamed up with Fallon to edit 1982’s hit The Clash. “Should I Stay or Should I Go,” the duo also rewritten everything from Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin’” to the Beach Boys’ “Fun Fun Fun” and The Kinks’ “Lola.” ZZ Top’s version of “Legs” from years ago.
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During an appearance on a late-night show Bacon sat down with Fallon to discuss his new film. strange spacey, directed by his wife Kyra Sedgwick. Recalling the “First Drafts of Rock” series, Bacon said, “It was fun for me because I grew up with these famous actors.”
The actor also spoke about his Tik-Tok videos, as well as the one he made with his daughter Sosie to Meghan Trainor’s “Made You Look.” Bacon admitted it took him hours to learn the dance. Even though he had a background in dancing before.