Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Fallon

Bruce Springsteen will take over “The Tonight Show” hosted by Jimmy Fallon (his best impersonator)

Bruce Springsteen will soon take to the stage in a place that has been often talked about.

The legendary entertainer will take over “The Tonight Show” for four nights and also participate as a guest on Jimmy Fallon, who has done an amazing Springsteen impression over the years.

Springsteen will be appearing on “The Tonight Show” Monday through Wednesday, November 14-16, and again on Monday’s special Thanksgiving episode, NBC announced Monday.

The legendary rocker will be performing music from his new cover album, “Only the Strong Sustain,” on each episode.

The appearances will be The Boss’s third on-air appearance, but his first as an artist guest.

Fallon has also made a career as a late-night comedian, performing with Springsteen on numerous occasions.

Mariah Carey and Taylor Swift are just a few of the musically gifted performers who have taken over “The Tonight Show.”

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