Howard welcomed a band that interprets songs by the Beatles, the Fab Faux, back for its second appearance on the show, and its first since the move to SIRIUS. Howard then noted Bong Hit Bill, Bong Hit Eric and Pete Best's tour manager, Terry, were also in the studio to listen to the group perform. After Gary explained he turned down Terry's request to have Pete on the show but agreed to let her come in to watch the Fab Faux as she wanted, Terry said Pete supported himself both through his music and the royalties he got from the Beatles Anthology that was released in the 1990s.
Howard explained the Fab Faux's intention was to recreate the Beatles' exact sound when they performed, and spoke to its members. Will Lee, who also works as a musician on the band on "Late Show with David Letterman," noted he would play bass during the performance this morning of "A Day in the Life," while other members – including Tom "Bones" Malone, Jerry and Jimmy Vivino, both of "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" fame, and Frank Agnello – talked about their roles in the song as well. The group then launched into "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)" and "A Day in the Life," both of which sounded just like they did on the Beatles album, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
Following a standing ovation for the performances, Howard said he didn't realize just how much work went into the songs until he watched the Fab Faux play them this morning. Howard went on to mention he thought there was a controversy between the band and Yoko Ono, but Will replied that wasn't the case, and that Yoko actually requested they play a song for a benefit CD she was putting together for Darfur.
Ralph proceeded to call in to say he thought the Fab Faux sounded so good that he wanted to hear another song. After a brief discussion, the group settled on "Penny Lane," which they played just like the studio version recorded by the Beatles. Ralph then called back in again and asked if the group could play just one more song, and they performed "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."