The 10 Best Super Bowl Halftime ShowsFrom the Blues Brothers to Indiana Jones, watch the best mid-game spectacles
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8. Blues Brothers, James Brown, ZZ Top – Super Bowl XXXI (1997)
Some argue that the Blues Brothers died with John Belushi in 1982. But Dan Aykroyd was out to prove that notion false. In 1997, the actor-singer rounded up the late Belushi's younger brother, Jim, and John Goodman, plus ZZ Top, for a bluesy halftime party featuring rowdy renditions of "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" and "Soul Man." And that wasn't all: special guest James Brown, rocking a pink satin suit and yelling "Get funky!" during "I Feel Good," stole the show.