Springsteen delivers 3-hour rock show in Asbury Park

Just a few weeks after his performance at the Light of Day show in Asbury Park, Bruce Springsteen came back to the town to perform for the annual benefit show for The Ranney School. The private show was held at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, where Bruce performed a 3-hour marathon show, with help from Max Weinberg, Southside Johnny and Bobby Bandiera and his band.

A career spanning show that included songs from his early albums («Growin ‘ Up», «Spirit in the Night», «Born to Run», «Sandy», «Rosalita» or «Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out»), his most recent ones («My Lucky Day», «Working on a Dream»), along with classic covers («Seven Nights to Rick», «Twist and Shout» or «Havin’ a Party»), duets with Southside Johnny (on «The Fever» or Miami Steve’s «I Don’t Wanna Go Home»), plus a few songs of the brand new outtakes album The Promise («Get That Feeling», «Talk to me» and «Save my Love»), and a beautiful acoustic «Thunder Road» to end the show. Among the special guests there was photographer Danny Clinch, and Adele, Bruce’s mother, who dancing onstage with his song during «Dancing in the Dark».

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