The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Season 18, Episode 63

Episode #18.63 (28 May 2010)

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Jay Leno pays tribute to Kevin Eubanks on his final show as head of The Tonight Show Band.



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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Host
Himself - Musical Director
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself (archive footage)
Gerry Etkins ...
Himself - Keyboardist
Himself (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Ralph Moore ...
Himself - Saxophonist
Derrick Murdock ...
Himself - Bassist (as Derrick 'Dock' Murdock)
Himself (archive footage)
Vicki Randle ...
Herself - Singer-Percussionist
Marvin 'Smitty' Smith ...
Himself - Drummer


It's Kevin Eubanks' last episode of "The Tonight Show" after working with Jay for 18 years, as well as being the last episode for the current band. Near the end of the monologue segment, Kevin introduces the band members. The second segment of the show features a montage of comedic moments featuring Kevin from throughout his years on the show. In the final segment, Kevin performs an original song. Also appearing are guests Colin Farrell (from "Ondine") and Elisabeth Moss (from "Get Him to the Greek"). Written by Anonymous

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This particular episode marked the final appearance of Kevin Eubanks and his Tonight Show Band after an 18-year stint with Jay Leno (3 under the direction of Branford Marsalis, and 15 as Leno's right-hand man, a virtual successor to Johnny Carson's Ed McMahon. See more »


Features Phone Booth (2002) See more »


Written and performed by Kevin Eubanks
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