L-R: Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen perform together in December, 2012; DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty ImagesWith one more night to go before Election Day, Hillary Clinton‘s got some musical heavy-hitters in her corner.

Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi will join the Democratic presidential nominee at a planned rally at Independence Hall Monday night in Philadelphia. Both of them are scheduled to perform as well as speak on Clinton’s behalf.

This is the first time Springsteen has hit the stump for Clinton, although he did tell Rolling Stone in late September that he thought Clinton would be a “very, very good president,” and called Republican nominee Donald Trump “a moron.” Jon Bon Jovi’s already appeared at a handful of pro-Clinton events.

There’ll be political star power at the event, too — President Obama and Michelle Obama will also appear, along with former President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton.

Hillary Clinton also got a little help Sunday night from another music legend when James Taylor took the stage at a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire. He performed “You’ve Got a Friend,” dedicating it to Clinton, as well as “Shower the People” and “America the Beautiful.”

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