Bruce Springsteen performs ‘Do I Love You…’ on ‘Fallon’
Bruce Springsteen carried out his model of Frank Wilson’s ‘Do I Love You (Certainly I Do)’ on The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon yesterday (November 14) – watch the video under.
The monitor seems on the singer-songwriter’s new album of soul covers ‘Solely The Robust Survive’, which got here out final Friday (November 11).
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Elsewhere on final night time’s Fallon, Springsteen mentioned some myths about himself, his “embarrassing dancing”, and the opportunity of collaborating with Taylor Swift on tour subsequent yr.
“I can be on the Taylor Swift exhibits. So, I do know that,” he mentioned. “And he or she’s welcome on E Road any time.” (The musician lately praised Swift’s new album ‘Midnights’).
Later, The Boss settled the Twitter debate surrounding the lyrics for his ‘Born To Run’ music ‘Thunder Highway’ (1975). “I knew you had been going to ask this query, so I got here ready,” Springsteen responded.
Take a look at the interview and the ‘Do I Love You (Certainly I Do’ efficiency right here:
Springsteen is because of seem on two additional episodes of The Tonight Present this week, in addition to a particular Thanksgiving version later this month.
In the meantime, the star has revealed that he scrapped an “total document” previous to recording ‘Solely The Robust Survive’. “There have been some good issues on it however didn’t really feel fairly proper,” he defined.
In a four-star assessment of the brand new covers album, NME wrote: “Springsteen “resurrects these classics as a way of celebration, pointing again to a few of the strongest songwriters and vocalists of all time with 15 enormous and heartfelt tributes.
“Not solely does it shine a lightweight on what evokes one of many biggest residing American songwriters, it additionally works to protect the greats of the previous and ensures that the most effective music and tales proceed to outlive.”
Bruce Springsteen and the E Road Band are scheduled to tour the UK, Europe and North America subsequent yr.