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Bruce Springsteen Plays Jazz Fest In New Orleans

Bruce Springsteen Plays Jazz Fest In New Orleans

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band closed out the Jazz Fest in New Orleans on Sunday, April 29, wowing the crowd with several tunes from the Seeger Sessions which they had not played since 2006.

Those four tracks were "How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live," "Oh Mary Don't You Weep," "Pay Me My Money Down," and "When The Saints Go Marching In."

The performance, which clocked in at two and a half hours, included several other memorable Boss tracks such as "Badlands," "Johnny 99," "Born to Run" and "10th Avenue Freeze Out."

New Orleans blues legend Dr. John took the stage with Springsteen, joining him on "Something You Got."

The Boss last took the stage at the Jazz fest in 2006.

by RTT Staff Writer

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