Published Jan 15, 2014Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Fallon have comedically collaborated before, and the pair got up to more funny business last night (January 14) when the Boss appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to promote his new album High Hopes.
Both Springsteen and Fallon donned denim shirts with red bandanas and appeared to be suppressing laughter as they performed an adaptation of "Born to Run" about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. On a slightly more serious note, Springsteen was joined by his E Street Band along with guitarist Tom Morello to play "High Hopes," "Heaven's Wall" and "Just Like Fire Would."
Watch all of those performances, plus a number of interview clips, below. The entire episode was devoted to Springsteen, so there's a lot of material.