Bruce Springsteen Joins Dropkick Murphys For Concert At Empty Fenway Park

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Bruce Springsteen joined American Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys last Friday to stream a live concert from an entirely empty Fenway Park in Boston.

The band was clad in Red Sox uniforms, and nearly two hours into the show, they performed a cover of The Standells' classic song, "Dirty Water," at which point frontman Ken Casey brought out Springsteen.

Casey introduced the singer by giving him the title of the "reigning, defending heavyweight champion of rock n' roll," soon after which Springsteen appeared on the centerfield scoreboard.

Springsteen and hasey went on to deliver a powerful rendition of the song "Rose Tattoo" taken from the 2013 Rose Tattoo: For Boston Charity EP, on which the two musicians previously collaborated.
Also featured was a performance of Springsteen's "American Land."

The entire 28-song set was originally streamed live on YouTube and is now available to be rewatched on the Dropkick Murphys' official account.

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