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Have you ever longed to hear "Tunnel of Love" or "The River" or "The Rising" or any other of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's albums played in their entirety in concert? If so, you might be in luck this year.
Springsteen and company are planning a road trip after their February 1 Super Bowl halftime performance that will encompass 50 to 60 North American and European shows, according to Rolling Stone magazine. The tour will support his 16th studio album, "Working on a Dream," which will be released on January 27.


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Springsteen performed full albums in concert only once before when he performed "Born To Run" and "Darkness on the Edge of Town" in their entirety at a benefit show at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ, on May 7, 2008.

But before his Super Bowl halftime show and before the tour, Springsteen will perform a free concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on January 18 as part of the inauguration welcome event for Barack Obama, according to The Washington Post. There is no word as to whether this will be a solo performance or if he will be joined by the E Street Band.

This week's issue of Rolling Stone has a piece detailing the making of Bruce Springsteen's forthcoming album, Working on a Dream, due out Jan. 27 on Columbia Records. Today, the magazine's Rock & Roll Daily blog wonders what Mr. Springsteen's performance during this year's Super Bowl halftime show on Feb. 1, which might very well be the most widely-viewed performance of The Boss' career, will do for album sales. According to the blog: "Last year, 148.3 million Americans watched Superbowl XLII, more than the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony and the Academy Awards combined ... In the week after last year's Tom Petty performance, “Free Fallin'” sold 63,000 digital copies — and his tour, which kicked off that spring, went on to become one of the year's biggest. In 2006, sales of the Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang album shot up 34 percent the week after the Bowl."

But the better question is, What will he play? You might recall that in 2006, the Rolling Stones treated fans to "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and "Start Me Up." In 2007, Prince did a medley of hits, including some covers and three songs from Purple Rain. And last year, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers followed suit with some of their most beloved tunes, which in addition to "Free Fallin" included "American Girl" and "I Won't Back Down." So if recent halftime history is any indication, we should expect to hear "Born to Run," "Dancing in the Dark," maybe (we hope!) " Thunder Road " and—we would be utterly SHOCKED if he didn't play this next one—"Born in the USA ." It doesn't get much more American than that! But then again, who knows. As a source in camp Springsteen told Rock & Roll Daily: “The goal of the Super Bowl thing is to see how much fun he can get into those 12 minutes.”

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