Watch Couple Get Engaged Onstage at Bruce Springsteen Show (Video)

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Bruce Springsteen performs at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 27, 2016 in New York City.  

Love was in the air at Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's tour stop in Baltimore, Maryland, as Springsteen presided over a proposal at his Wednesday night show.

Springsteen was already poised -- maracas in hand -- to perform "I Wanna Marry You" off The River when he invited a young couple up to the stage at the Royal Farms Arena.

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"I'm going to turn it over to you," he told the couple, as the prospective groom dropped to one knee and asked his girlfriend if she would do him "the honor of staying with me for the rest of our lives." As she nodded yes, he gave Springsteen a victory smile.

The 66-year old rocker rallied the crowd to applause, and in a nice touch, announced, "You are now pronounced in the name of rock and roll, husband and wife." He then gave the pair a hug and posed for a picture to commemorate the moment. 

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The River Tour wraps ups its North American dates with two shows, April 23 and 25 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The band will head overseas in May for a three month stretch kicking off May 14 in Barcelona, Spain.

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