Bruce Springsteen will take over "The Tonight Show" for four nights. He'll be a guest of host Jimmy Fallon, who has done a killer Springsteen impersonation. The rocker's new album, "Only the Strong Survive," comes out Friday.
Bruce Springsteen is about to perform in a place where he has been talked about a lot. The legendary performer will take over "The Tonight Show" for four nights. He will also be a guest on the show with host Jimmy Fallon, who has done a great job of imitating Springsteen over the years.
Springsteen will be on "The Tonight Show" from Monday, November 14 through Wednesday, November 16, and then again on November 24 for a special Thanksgiving episode.
The legendary rocker will play songs from his new covers album, "Only the Strong Survive," on each episode. The album comes out on Friday. The Boss will be on the show for the third time, but it will be his first time as a musical guest.
Fallon, on the other hand, has made a bit of a side career out of imitating Springsteen. He has even performed with the real Springsteen on more than one occasion.
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Every weeknight at 11:35 p.m. ET, NBC shows "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."