Post by Maressa Brown Bruce Springsteen may be 62 years old, but there is no question New Jersey's favorite son still has it. He proved that ten times over when he appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night to promote his new album due out Tuesday, Wrecking Ball. In addition to performing two new tracks, "Death to My Hometown" and "Jack of All Trades," The Boss did a little tribute to LMFAO with Fallon.
Taylor Hill, FilmMagic Last night marked the end of Bruce Springsteen Week on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' and while that's sad news for Boss fans, the final installment left plenty to savor all weekend long. New Jersey's favorit... Read Post
“Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" took on the controversy around New Jersey governor Chris Christie and "Bridgegate" with a parody version “Born to Run," the signature song of Garden State rocker Bruce Springsteen. Fallon performed the... Read Post
Jimmy Fallon devoted last night’s Late Night to Bruce Springsteen, and the Boss joined Fallon (who impersonated Neil Young) in a cover of Willow Smith’s “Whip My Hair.” Watch it below. We’ve also embedded the entire episode, basical... Read Post