Kenny Chesney Covers Bruce Springsteen’s ‘I’m on Fire’ on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’
As “Bruce Springsteen Week” continues on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,’ Jimmy welcomed country superstar Kenny Chesney to the show last night (Feb. 28). The award-winning singer performed a version of Springsteen’s classic ‘I’m On Fire’ from 1984’s ‘Born In The USA’ album.
Chesney, making his first appearance on the Fallon show, succeeded in making the song his own while retaining that certain something that was so great about the original.
“Bruce Springsteen Week” continues tonight (Wednesday, Feb. 29) with a performance of ‘Brilliant Disguise’ by Elvis Costello and wraps up Friday when Bruce and The E Street Band are Fallon’s only guests for the entire show. Fallon, the ever energetic music fan, seems very genuine in love for all things rock and roll, and we gotta tip our collective hats to him for making music such an integral part of his show.
In other Springsteen news, you can now check out our advance review of the forthcoming album all this TV activity is intended to promote, ‘Wrecking Ball.’
Watch Kenny Chesney Perform Bruce Springsteen’s ‘I’m On Fire’