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Ever since Jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction at Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston in 2004, it's been all men, all the time -- and not a spring chicken among them: the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Prince and Tom Petty.
Come Feb. 1, Bruce Springsteen will add his name to the roster of classic-rock stars who have performed during the halftime break with his appearance at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
The Springsteen canon is deep and wide, so anything’s possible for a Super Bowl set, but it’s hard to imagine him not including such gridiron-ready numbers as “Tougher Than the Rest,” “Glory Days” and the slam-dunk choice, “Born to Run.” Or forget the action on the field: in mind of Jackson's faux pas, the show's producers undoubtedly will insist he play "Cover Me."
Posted by: mashia6 | September 29, 2008 at 03:37 PM I am brazilian and what is the big deal with people their private parts here in this country.. I am beginning to think that this country is run by nuns and priest!!!