Bruce Springsteen to Take Over the Tonight Show for a Full Week
Bruce Springsteen will add another title to his long resume: talk show host.
Springsteen will take over 30 Rock for a “Tonight Show” next week following the release of his new album, “Only the Strong Survive” (out this Friday, Nov. 11).
Starting Monday, Nov. 14, Springsteen will appear as lead guest joining host Jimmy Fallon, and performs several times. While this marks Springsteen’s third appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” it’s his first takeover and first musical performance.
Appearing on the show Nov. 14-16, Springsteen will debut four songs from his 21st studio album of soul music greats. His final performance will air during “The Tonight Show’s” special Thanksgiving episode on Thursday, Nov. 24.