Bruce Springsteen Set To Take Over The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon With Four Nights of Performances

Bruce Springsteen is coming to a television near you. On Wednesday (November 9), NBC announced that The Boss will be heading to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon starting next week for a full-blown takeover, which will see him performing several tracks from his forthcoming album, Only the Strong Survive.

Springsteen’s takeover will begin on the November 14 episode of Fallon, and will continue through November 15 and November 16, in addition to the special Thanksgiving episode on Nov. 24. During his time on the show, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will accompany Fallon as a guest and deliver the live television debut of four tracks from Only the Strong Survive.

While Springsteen’s appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon marks his third time on the show as a guest, the takeover will be his first, in addition to his first time performing on the television program.

Only the Strong Survive — a covers album of R&B and soul songs — is set to be released on November 11.

Only the Strong Survive also features singles “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)” (Frank Wilson), “Nightshift” (Commodores) and “Don’t Play That Song” (Ben E. King).

Reprinted from Billboard: LINK

Published by Larry Fire

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