Norah Jones, Other North Texans (Including Neon Indian, Who'll Also Play Fallon Thursday Night) Named to 2010 Bonnaroo Lineup

All day yesterday, (via Twitter) Bonnaroo went ahead and announced its lineup for this year ordeal, which will take place June 10-13 in Manchester, Tennessee, and it's a pretty impressive lineup featuring the likes of Stevie Wonder, Jay-Z, Dave Matthew Band, Kings of Leon and the Flaming Lips, who, with some help from Stardeath and White Dwarfs, will be covering the entirety of Dark Side of the Moon.

There's also more than a few Dallas connections on there, among them the Dallas-born Norah Jones, the recently Denton-departed Neon Indian, Lindale's Miranda Lambert and, if we're really stretching, Erykah Badu boo Jay Electronica and Ingrid Michaelson, who we recently learned, dueted with PlayRadioPlay! (now Analog Rebellion) on his last record. See the whole lineup here.

But, for Neon Indian, yesterday also brought another exciting announcement: The band will play Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tomorrow night. So, y'know, set yours DVRs.

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