Bruce Springsteen started his week-long “takeover” of The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday evening. Along with selling his new album, Solely the Robust Survive, The Boss sat down with Fallon to clear up a number of web rumors.
Springsteen confirmed that he does generally sleep with a guitar by his facet, and he acknowledged the similarities between his strikes within the “Dancing within the Darkish” video to Carlton’s dance on The Recent Prince of Bel-Air. He additionally kind of, form of clarified the long-running debate over whether or not Mary’s costume “sways” or “waves” within the tune “Thunder Street.”
“50 years in the past, I used to be a sociopath. I used to be insane about each single element that had something to do with music, my album, my album cowl, my lyrics. I went over every little thing with a wonderful tooth comb. The lyrics to ‘Thunder Street’ are on this album. The right lyrics,” he stated as he pulled out the album’s gatefold.
“Now I’ve been singing, I’ve been singing ‘sways’ for nearly 50 years,” Springsteen stated earlier than continuing to learn the liner notes as, “Mary’s costume waves.” “That is improper,” he then quipped.
Springsteen was additionally requested if he may make an look on Taylor Swift’s upcoming “Eras Tour” since each artists share a mutual connection to Jack Antonoff. “Nicely, I will probably be, as a result of my daughter goes to verify, I will probably be on the Taylor Swift present. And he or she’s welcome on E Avenue anytime.”
Elsewhere on the episode, Springsteen mentioned Solely the Robust Survived and carried out “Do I Love You (Certainly I Do).” Watch all of it beneath.
After pulling double obligation as predominant and musical visitor, The Boss will seem on The Tonight Present once more on November fifteenth and sixteenth as a performer, then return for a Thanksgiving episode airing Thursday, November twenty fourth. Past his covers album, the artist not too long ago celebrated the fortieth anniversary of his LP Nebraska with a particular Vinyl Me, Please reissue. In 2023, Springsteen and the E Avenue Band will head out on their first tour in six years. Tickets to these exhibits are on sale now by way of Ticketmaster.