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News - June 28, 2019

Launched in a garage, Palo Alto 'Late Show' hits 50th performance

Identical twins' neighborhood performances inspired by David Letterman

by Daniel Li

It's a classic Palo Alto story: A group of like-minded friends, fueled by passion, start something incredible in their home garage. That's exactly how 21-year-old identical twin brothers David and Robbie King ended up launching a talk show in their Palo Alto neighborhood that has been attracting a crowd ever since.

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Editorial Intern Daniel Li can be emailed at dli@paweekly.com.

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Posted by Mark Weiss
a resident of Downtown North
on Jul 1, 2019 at 10:46 am

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Coincidentally Jimmy Vivino the music director of the Conan O’Brien show is appearing with Bob Margolin at the Mitchell Park Center, Saturday July 6, two miles from the Dave King studios also known as the jungle We actually looked into getting Bob and Jimmy to appear with Dave and Robbie But the event had been switched as noted above.

Fans always anticipate a reprise of the king brothers famous mirror image duel Tom Cruise sliding lip-synch scene rock and load baby.


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