"The Peanut" & dad waiting for the lottery draw to see what order we get let in to the general admission/pit area.
Many of the songs each show come from the fan's sign requests.
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 âJoe Hill,â a traditional pro-labor folk song.
Bruce & the E Street Band got things rocking with a cover of "Clampdown" by the Clash
A cover of the Weaversâ âPay Me My Money Downâ 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.
Bruce began the encore with "We Are Alive" a haunting tribute to the fallen soldiers on our country's history.
Bruce on top of Roy Bittan's piano listening to his fans
gettin' ready to jump, which he did...age 64
Bruce hanging by our side of the stage
"You've just seen...the heart-stopping, pants-dropping, house-rocking, earth-quaking, booty-shaking, Viagra-taking, love-making â
Le-gen-dary E â Street â Band!"