The Concert for Valor

For the second time in a few days Bruce was part of another benefit show for war veterans. “The Concert for Valor”, held last Tuesday at the National Mall in Washington, featured a long list of musical stars, including Eminem, The Black Keys, Metallica and Rihanna.

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Bruce first came onstage to perform with The Zac Brown Band, with Dave Grohl, for a vibrant version of CCR’s “Fortunate Son” [video].

Springsteen’s own performance included acoustic versions of “The Promised Land”, “Born in the U.S.A.” and “Dancing in the Dark”. The full show was broadcast live by HBO.

“I’m gonna send this out as a prayer for all of our recently returned vets, who deserve the best care this country can give them… we haven’t gotten there yet. This is for you guys.”  (Bruce Springsteen)

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‘Stand Up For Heroes’ highlights

This is an official video for the ‘Stand Up For Heroes’ concert, held Nov.5th in New York City. It includes highlights from the show and almost complete versions of all the songs Bruce performed, including “Working on the Highway”, “Growin’ Up”, “If I Should Fall Behind”, “Dancing in the Dark” and a brilliant version of “Born in the U.S.A.”.

There’s also the auction of Bruce’s guitar, plus a private 1-hour guitar lesson… and dinner at his home! It fetched $300,000. Bruce sings “Mystery Train” at the end of the auction.

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Bruce performed last night at Stand Up For Heroes

Bruce Springsteen performed last night at the 8th annual Stand Up For Heroes benefit show. As usual he told a few jokes, offered an acoustic performance and participated in the auction.

For his solo acoustic show he brought back the slide-guitar blues version of “Born in the U.S.A.” plus a long “Growin’ Up”, preceded by a story.

The New York Comedy Festival And The Bob Woodruff Foundation Present The 7th Annual Stand Up For Heroes Event

Patti Scialfa dueted with Bruce on “If I Should Fall Behind”. Other songs performed, to open and close the half-hour show, were “Working on the Highway” and “Dancing in the Dark”. After the show Bruce auctioned two guitars (which fetched $300,000 each), a one-hour guitar lesson, a ride in his bike and a lasagna dinner at his house.

Springsteen will be playing at another benefit show next Tuesday: “The Concert for Valor”, which will be held at the Mall in Washington on Nov.11th. It is a free show which will be broadcast live by HBO and the show’s website. Other performers include Carrie Underwood, The Black Keys, Eminem, Metallica, Rihanna and more.

Photo: Bob Woodruff Foundation

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