Jimmy Fallon's Best 'Late Night' Music Sketches: David Bowie, Neil Young, Eddie Vedder

Plus, that time Stephen Colbert sang "Friday" with the Roots

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Late Night With Jimmy Fallon is winding down this week, with host Jimmy Fallon and his band the Roots headed to The Tonight Show for a February 17 debut, and last night Fallon recapped some of his current show's funniest musical moments.

Above, revisit Fallon's selection of his own best singer impressions, among them David Bowie, Neil Young, and a Jeremy Lin-themed Eddie Vedder impersonation. Below, see Stephen Colbert join the Roots and Fallon for a rendition of Rebecca Black's "Friday." Scroll down to see Ladysmith Snack Mambazo's harmonious ode to ice cream, "Ben & Jerry's."

Fallon recently led Saturday Night Live to a two-year ratings best, and Late Night in recent months has hosted Disclosure, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, M.I.A., Ylvis, and more. There was also that whole Bruce Springsteen parody of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. The first musical guest on Fallon's Tonight Show will be U2.

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