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Bruce Springsteen

Photos: Jack Bradshaw

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    "The Peanut" & dad waiting for the lottery draw to see what order we get let in to the general admission/pit area.
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    Many of the songs each show come from the fan's sign requests.
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    Daylight was fading as Bruce started the show on International Workers Day with a shout out to the Union folk in the audience and played “Joe Hill,” a traditional pro-labor folk song.
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    Bruce & the E Street Band got things rocking with a cover of "Clampdown" by the Clash
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    A cover of the Weavers’ “Pay Me My Money Down” inspired a mini-Mardi Gras parade that traveled into the crowd and ultimately to one of the bars. Here Bruce returns with what's left of the drink that a fan bought him.
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    Bruce began the encore with "We Are Alive" a haunting tribute to the fallen soldiers on our country's history.
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    Bruce on top of Roy Bittan's piano listening to his fans
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    still listening
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    gettin' ready to jump, which he did...age 64
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    Bruce hanging by our side of the stage
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    BRUUUUUUUCE!!!!!!!!!
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    "You've just seen...the heart-stopping, pants-dropping, house-rocking, earth-quaking, booty-shaking, Viagra-taking, love-making – Le-gen-dary E – Street – Band!"