David Letterman's Top 10 Musical Moments

From Sonny and Cher's reunion to Future Islands' freakout, the most memorable performances during Dave's 33 years in late night

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Bruce Springsteen - 'Glory Days' (1993)

David Letterman hosted his NBC show for over 11 years, and Bruce Springsteen never made a single appearance — but that finally changed on Letterman's final night on the peacock network. It was the night before Springsteen played a show at Madison Square Garden and he'd spent the last year on the road with his new band. For this performance of "Glory Days," however, he stuck to Paul Shaffer and the World's Most Dangerous Band; before the taping, he asked Shaffer if his keyboard could support his weight. Sure enough, the singer jumped onto the instrument near the end of the song. It was a fitting way for Dave to wrap up his Late Night years. 

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