Bruce Springsteen Played A Benefit At The Stone Pony On Saturday - Noise11.com
Bruce Springsteen and Max Weinberg at AAMI Park on Thursday 2 February 2017. Photo Ros O'Gorman

Bruce Springsteen and Max Weinberg at AAMI Park on Thursday 2 February 2017. Photo Ros O'Gorman

Bruce Springsteen Played A Benefit At The Stone Pony On Saturday

by Paul Cashmere on November 18, 2019

in News

Bruce Springsteen returned to the legendary nightclub The Stone Pony on Saturday and played for two hours to benefit Boston College.

The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey was venue where Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Southside Johnny and the Asbury Dukes played regularly before they were famous.

Bruce reconstructed the setlist for this show curating a stack of covers, with rarities left off albums and the occasional classic.

Bruce Springsteen setlist 16 November 2019

634-5789 (Eddie Floyd cover)
Seven Nights to Rock (Moon Mullican cover)
Darlington County (from Born In the USA, 1984)
Spirit in the Night (from Greetings From Asbury Park, NJ, 1973)
Growin’ Up (from Greetings From Asbury Park, NJ, 1973)
Because the Night (from the Darkness On The Edge Of Town sessions, The Promise, 2010)
Two Hearts (from The River, 1980)
Cadillac Ranch (from The River, 1980)
Rendezvous (from Tracks compilation, 1998)
The Boy From New York City (The Ad Libs cover) (with Layonne Holmes)
From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come) (with Bobby Bandiera) (from The River sessions, The Ties That Bind, 2015)
I’m on Fire (from Born In the USA, 1984)
Waitin’ on a Sunny Day (from The Rising, 2002)
Talk to Me (from the Darkness On The Edge Of Town sessions, The Promise, 2010)
4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) (from The Wild, The Innocent and the Street Shuffle, 1973)
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out (from Born To Run, 1975)
Dancing in the Dark (from Born In the USA, 1984)
Born to Run (from Born To Run, 1975)
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (from The Wild, The Innocent and the Street Shuffle, 1973)
Detroit Medley (from No Nukes, 1979)
Twist and Shout (The Top Notes cover)
Thunder Road (from Born To Run, 1975)

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