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Another great evening supporting our troops with @Bob Woodruff, @Lee MWoodruff & @Stand4Heroes last night in NYC! : @Kevin Mazur #Stand4Heroes pic.twitter.com/z XNrgy9p3R— Bruce Springsteen (@springsteen) November 2, 2016 November 1 / Theater at Madison Square Garden / New York, NY Notes: Bruce Springsteen made his tenth annual appearance at the Stand Up for Heroes benefit in New York, which supports our wounded servicemen and servicewomen through the Bob Woodruff Foundation. Setlist: Working on the Highway I'll Work For Your Love Long Walk Home Dancing in the Dark September 14 / Gillette Stadium / Foxborough, MA Notes: "Hello, Foxborough! " Bruce Springsteen greeted the vast expanse of Gillette Stadium as the E Street Band took the stage for the last night of The River Tour 2016.
"Serenade" is such a rich, diverse number that it can take on different shades and tones based on Bruce's mood, the audience, the venue, or general feeling in the air. It felt like the end of summer, Bruce vamping, "Sometimes you gotta walk on…
just walk on" at the end, as though the older version of the song's narrator was offering some sage advice to Billy and Diamond Jackie.
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(Or maybe it was just the Junkman talking.) With a nod to Roy Bittan, the piano introduction to "Prove It All Night" began, making it obvious that this wasn't any "Prove it," but "Prove It '78," complete with the accompanying Springsteen guitar wizardry.
Springsteen performed four songs solo acoustic (with jokes interspersed) and alone raised 0,000 with an auction lot including a signed guitar, a Cadillac ride with the Boss, a hot dog and hamburger feast at Jersey Freeze, and, once again, his mother's lasagna.
As has become the new normal over the previous nine shows, the band opened the evening yet again with "New York City Serenade." "Yet again" seems like such an improper way to address the fact that everyone who showed up got to see this elusive masterpiece, but clearly, that's how Bruce wanted it.