Any music fan whether they like him or not has to consider Bruce Springsteen to be one of the best live performers in history. His legendary 3+ hour concerts show just how dedicated he is to both his music as well as his fans. Amazingly I’m not even a big fan of the Boss’s music but I have to say that when I saw him live at the Meadowlands in the pouring rain, it was easily one of the best events I’ve ever been to.
At over 60 and still rocking, Springsteen exemplifies what it’s like to work a crowd. And in this video? He shows what it’s like to enjoy the crowd. In a rare moment, two teenage boys decide to crash the stage. While this is pretty common at concerts, what happened next was far from common. Instead of kicking the two off stage, The Boss decided to let the kids sing along.
And these guys did not disappoint. They knew every single word! Check out this video shot at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion at The Woodlands, Texas
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