(Via @darciemaurer)


So you cry because you weren’t in Asbury Park last night, but don’t worry, baby – we have videos! Who am I kidding? They’ll just make you weep louder. Nonetheless, check out some great footage of Springsteen appearing at Light of Day 14 at the Paramount Theatre last night. This marks his 10th appearance supporting founder Bob Benjamin and the quest to cure Parkinson’s Disease. Sounds like it was one hell of a night, with highlights including the world premiere of “Frankie Fell in Love” off the brand new High Hopes, which sounded great in its first time out with the Houserockers, but with a little polish and E Street magic is sure to be a killer staple in the tour to come (it’s coming, right?), and the third-ever performance of “Hearts of Stone,” featuring the great Ed Manion.


And remember, just because you weren’t in the room doesn’t mean it’s too late to donate to a great cause. Visit the Light of Day website for more info.


Rock and Roll Radio (with Jesse Malin)




Fast Tube by Casper


One Guitar (with Willie Nile)




Fast Tube by Casper


Bruce’s headlining set with his pal Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers began a bit before midnight:


Adam Raised a Cain


Never Be Enough Time


Darkness on the Edge of Town




Fast Tube by Casper


Hearts of Stone (Go, Ed Manion, go!) (*Sniff* Sorry, I’ll stop weeping soon… He might as well have played “Loose Ends!”)




Fast Tube by Casper


Pumping Iron




Fast Tube by Casper


Atlantic City




Fast Tube by Casper


Talking to the King


Frankie Fell in Love (world premier of the High Hopes track)




Fast Tube by Casper


Save My Love




Fast Tube by Casper


I’m Not Sleeping


Because the Night


Promised Land




Fast Tube by Casper


Light of Day (everyone on stage)


Thunder Road (acoustic, audience sing-along)




Fast Tube by Casper


(Via @darciemaurer)

So you cry because you weren’t in Asbury Park last night, but don’t worry, baby – we have videos! Who am I kidding? They’ll just make you weep louder. Nonetheless, check out some great footage of Springsteen appearing at Light of Day 14 at the Paramount Theatre last night. This marks his 10th appearance supporting founder Bob Benjamin and the quest to cure Parkinson’s Disease. Sounds like it was one hell of a night, with highlights including the world premiere of “Frankie Fell in Love” off the brand new High Hopes, which sounded great in its first time out with the Houserockers, but with a little polish and E Street magic is sure to be a killer staple in the tour to come (it’s coming, right?), and the third-ever performance of “Hearts of Stone,” featuring the great Ed Manion.

And remember, just because you weren’t in the room doesn’t mean it’s too late to donate to a great cause. Visit the Light of Day website for more info.

Rock and Roll Radio (with Jesse Malin)



Fast Tube by Casper

One Guitar (with Willie Nile)



Fast Tube by Casper

Bruce’s headlining set with his pal Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers began a bit before midnight:

Adam Raised a Cain

Never Be Enough Time

Darkness on the Edge of Town



Fast Tube by Casper

Hearts of Stone (Go, Ed Manion, go!) (*Sniff* Sorry, I’ll stop weeping soon… He might as well have played “Loose Ends!”)



Fast Tube by Casper

Pumping Iron



Fast Tube by Casper

Atlantic City



Fast Tube by Casper

Talking to the King

Frankie Fell in Love (world premier of the High Hopes track)



Fast Tube by Casper

Save My Love



Fast Tube by Casper

I’m Not Sleeping

Because the Night

Promised Land



Fast Tube by Casper

Light of Day (everyone on stage)

Thunder Road (acoustic, audience sing-along)



Fast Tube by Casper