Bruce Springsteen Scheduled To Have A Chat Next Week About ‘The Promise’ On Jimmy Fallon’s Show

November 11th, 2010 - 9:21 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

bruce November 11, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): Bruce Springsteen happens to be one of the many legendary vocalists and songwriters to have hailed from America. Springsteen, who records and voyages with the E Street Band, is identified on account of his sort of Heartland Rock that is amalgamated with pop hooks, expressive libretto and Americana emotions.

Jimmy Fallon happens to be a recognized American stand-up comedian and television host, whose late-night chat show telecast on NBC is titled, ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’. He has also enacted characters consummately in films.

The abovementioned two personalities are going to meet in the next week. Springsteen will be having a chat on Fallon’s program in which he will publicize his newest CD and DVD offering, ‘The Promise: The Darkness on the Edge of Town Story’. ‘The Promise’ happens to be a double-CD and a six-disk set with manifold live performances. Springsteen will play songs from ‘The Promise’ on Fallon’s show that airs at 12.35 am on Tuesday. On this very day, Sony is scheduled to release ‘The Promise’.

The set follows the construction of his album of 1978 that was christened, ‘Darkness On The Edge Of Town’. This set consists of 21 songs that were recorded for but not incorporated in the final album.

This news will be welcomed by the devotees of Springsteen. Pundits are speculating that the encounter with Fallon may be Springsteen’s solitary promotional appearance on TV. Springsteen intends to participate in a discussion next week with the radio audience.

‘The Promise’, furthermore, consists of hours of unnoticed behind-the-scenes and gig recording. A documentary about the sessions that had a similar title made its first emergence in October on the U.S. cable network, HBO.

Fallon is considered to be a stanch Springsteen adorer. In August, he selected the artist’s epic song, ‘Born to Run’, for a ‘Glee’-style star-studded sing-along as the preface number of the Primetime Emmy Awards. Incidentally, the Emmy was hosted by Fallon.

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