Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band rocked the halftime extravaganza at the Super Bowl on Sunday night. He started off silhouetted standing back-to-back with Clarence Clemons, a nod to his 1975 Born to Run album cover, and then performed one of his signature songs, “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out.” He went on with “Working on a Dream,” a plug for his latest album and closed with “Glory Days,” hamming it up a few football references. Fresh from performing at the Obama inauguration, the Boss told reporters prior to the game, "At least I won’t have Lincoln staring over my shoulder.” (Photo: WENN)

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