Denver-based folk-rock group the Lumineers brought all their whooping, yelping, clog-dancing charm to the table as they made their debut as musical guests on Saturday Night Live last night. They started off with their foot-stomping hit, "Ho Hey," which featured heavily in the trailer for host Jennifer Lawrence's film Silver Linings Playbook. For the second set, they returned with a cello to play "Stubborn Love," another song off their Grammy-nominated debut album, The Lumineers, which Dualtone released in April.
The Lumineers Hit 'SNL' With 'Ho Hey'
Denver folk crew brings its foot-stomper to the show
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