(Photo: Splash News Online) According to The Washington Post, rocker Bruce Springsteen will be performing a special concert as part of the celebrations for Barack Obama's inauguration. The show, which will be free and open to the public, is being held on Jan. 18 at Washington D.C.'s National Mall.
The 59 year-old Springsteen, who was an outspoken advocate for Obama when he ran for President, sang at a number of benefit shows all over the country during the campaign, including a rally with Obama in Cleveland.
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Springsteen's new album, Working on a Dream, will be released by Columbia on Jan 27. In addition, he'll be performing in Tampa on Feb. 1 at the Super Bowl XLIII halftime show.