Springsteen breaks record for longest US show

Springsteen breaks record for longest US show

Springsteen breaks record for longest US show

Christie rocked out hard, dancing, singing and fist-pumping at Springsteen's August 25 show at MetLife Stadium, fist-pumping, singing, and dancing through record-breaking four-hour show.

This broke the previous record for the group's longest USA show of three hours and 52 minutes, set at MetLife on Tuesday - just two days earlier.

During the epic performance, Springsteen was joined by Rage Against the Machine and Prophets of Rage guitarist Tom Morello to perform a collection of songs, a talented 3-year-old singer who helped out with "Waitin' on a Sunny Day" and even a marriage proposal that happened during the finale of "Jersey Girl". During the show, Bruce dedicated "My City of Ruins" to the natural disaster victims in Italy.

Released on September 27th, the 66 year old star recounts his life and career in "Born to Run: Chapter and Verse", and a short video showed him flipping through the pages of the book, slowing down to let fans see the chapter pages.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band celebrated the 41st birthday of the classic album Born to Run by breaking the record for its longest show ever in the United States.

The concert, which kicked off the Springsteen's latest tour, was the first of three the band will play at MetLife Stadium.

The New Jersey shows mark a return to the US after Springsteen and the band spent three months performing in Europe on their River Tour 2016, which kicked off in January.

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