Bruce Springsteen Plays a Surprise Show in Asbury Park; Pays Tribute to Clarence Clemons
[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Bruce Springsteen[/lastfm] performed for the first time last night since the funeral of his good friend and bandmate, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Clarence Clemons[/lastfm], on June 21st. The Boss played at Asbury Park’s Wonder Bar, paying tribute to The Big Man in front of a crowd of about four hundred people.
Bruce was in attendance at Asbury Park’s Wonder Bar to watch Clarence’s son, Nick Clemons, perform. When the clock struck 9pm, The Boss jumped on stage and joined the headlining act for the night, the Soul Cruisers.
Springsteen played a forty-five minute set, which included “Action In The Streets,” “Savin’ Up” (which Bruce wrote for Clemons), “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg,” “Sweet Soul Music,” “Raise Your Hand,” & “Knock on Wood.”
Check out some of the footage below!
“Ain’t Too Proud To Beg” & “Sweet Soul Music”
“Raise Your Hand” & “Knock on Wood”