Should more D.C. bands reunite on talk shows?

NOU9/12 Project vs. 13-Point Program to Destroy America.

We live in a copycat society. Now that Jawbox has reunited on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" it's only a matter of time before more defunct D.C. bands start popping up on other talk shows. Here are a dozen reunions we're hoping to see televised in the near future.

Nation of Ulysses - Glenn Beck

Eggs - Rachael Ray Show

Tuscadero - The Tyra Banks Show

Jonathan Fire*Eater - Dr. Phil

The Make-Up - Soft Focus

Rites of Spring - The Oprah Winfrey Show (Free copies of the re-pressed "All Through A Life" 7-inch under each chair)

Bikini Kill - The View

The Delta 72- Some public access show at 4 a.m.

Government Issue - Countdown With Keith Olberman

Faith - Huckabee with Mike Huckabee

Lungfish - Larry King Live

Fugazi - The Charlie Rose Show (interview only)

By David Malitz |  December 9, 2009; 4:00 PM ET Local News , Reunions , Speculation
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Lungfish! Yes!

"Time is a weapon of time ..."

Posted by: samsessa | December 10, 2009 8:27 AM

I'm 23 and have lived in Northern Virginia my whole life, but I'm afraid the only band I recognize on that list is FUGAZI!

The one band I'd ever care about reuniting is At The Drive-In. They're from El Paso, Texas though, so I guess that's pretty irrelevant.

Posted by: steampunk | December 10, 2009 8:48 AM

Hey Steampunk :

Posted by: M__N | December 10, 2009 2:44 PM

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