Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl Halftime Show

February 1, 2009 - NBC

“… a ferocious 12 minute pocket of eternity”  -USA Today
"Springsteen said he did the Super Bowl Halftime because of his confidence in producer Don Mischer, who also produced the Obama Lincoln Memorial Inauguration concert."  -Los Angeles Times

Bruce brought the party to the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa and to all the world with his high energy set that was seen by 112 million people in the USA alone. He played a medley of new songs and past hits including: "Tenth Avenue Freeze Out", "Born to Run", "Glory Days", and "Working On A Dream."