Jelly Roll lit up the stage on “The Tonight Show” starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night with an unforgettable performance of “Halfway to Hell.”
Jelly Roll poured his heart and soul into his rendition of “Halfway to Hell,” a notable track from his album “Whitsitt Chapel,” which was released in June. The album also includes other well-received songs, including “Need a Favor” and “Save Me,” alongside a collection of ten additional tracks.
This appearance marked a huge milestone for Jelly Roll, as it was the first time he had sang “Halfway to Hell” on national television. In a tweet shared before the show, Jelly Roll acknowledged the significance of this occasion for him.
I get to perform a song I’ve never performed on TV before tomorrow .. so fired up— I’m a big Jimmy Fallon fan- this is awesome
Jelly Roll’s appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” with his performance of “Halfway to Hell” underscored his artistic evolution and his openness to connect with a broader audience through his profoundly personal and emotionally charged music. This was a moment steeped in authenticity and raw emotion.