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Springsteen Bossed by Fan Requests at BJC

Last night, Bruce Springsteen performed at the Bryce Jordan Center.

The Centre Daily Times reported that he would play songs by request, confusing his E Street Band.

And the Boss is sometimes having fun at others’ expense, such as when he closed the 3 ½ hour performance with a medley of tunes including “Good Golly Miss Molly” and “C.C. Rider,” seemingly confusing the band and inexplicably leaving the crowd without iconic tunes such as “Born in the USA” and “Thunder Road.”

Wondering what his set list was? has us covered.

Whose_The_Boss1. Badlands
2. Out In the Street
3. Outlaw Pete
4. She’s the One
5. Working On A Dream
6. Seeds
7. Johnny 99
8. Ghost of Tom Joad
9. Raise Your Hand
10. Ramrod (sign request, tour premiere)
11. My Generation (sign request, tour premiere)
12. Spirit In The Night (sign request)
13. Waitin’ On A Sunny Day
14. The Promised Land
15. The Wrestler
16. This Life (tour premiere)
17. Radio Nowhere
18. Lonesome Day
19. The Rising
20. Born To Run

21. Hard Times
22. Jungleland
23. Land of Hope and Dreams
24. American Land
25. Bobby Jean
26. Detroit Medley
27. Woolly Bully

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