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- Posted on Jan 4th 2012 2:45PM by Dan Reilly
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While the studios of 'The Late Show With David Letterman' wouldn't accommodate the latter two of those three antics, Guided by Voices still turned in quite a memorable appearance on the program, for two reasons. First off, their rendition of 'The Unsinkable Fats Domino,' the lead single off their new 'Let's Go Eat the Factory' album, kicks ass. Second, bassist Greg Demos somehow fell on his.
Known for his aggressive onstage moves and aging pirate attire, Demos is always a sight to behold during GBV shows. Unfortunately, his rock posturing and/or choice of footwear didn't agree with the floor of the Ed Sullivan Theater and you can see him slip about 35 seconds into the below video. Though the landing looked a tad painful -- you can even hear his bass make a dreadful noise -- Demos managed to get back up and continue rocking out, seemingly no worse for the wear.
After the song ended, Demos laughingly admitted to the host, "I fell on my ass." Letterman quipped that he hoped everyone was OK and didn't want any lawsuits coming from the mishap. The funniest part is, Letterman is right to be worried: When Demos isn't cranking out tunes, he's actually a partner in an Ohio law firm!