The fit 62-year-old appeared as a parody of himself, wearing a quickie Halloween-quality Bruce outfit consisting of a red bandana, aviators and a cut-off denim shirt showing off his imperssively toned and tanned arms. Springsteen appeared to have difficulty suppressing his natural performing abilities, resulting in an awkward bobble head swaying, but nonetheless had the crowd giving him the signature "BRUUUUCE" fan cry after the performance (as opposed to boo-ing, which I thought it was at first).
Bruce Springsteen is kicking off an international tour later this month in support of his 19th album Wrecking Ball, which features Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello and Pearl Jam drummer Matt Chamberlain. The album drops March 6.
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