Bruce Springsteen rocks the Stone Pony for a private benefit
ASBURY PARK — Bruce Springsteen showed up and rocked the Stone Pony for a private show Saturday night, to benefit one of his kids' alma maters.
Backstreets Magazine shared a video clip on Twitter, which had been posted to Youtube, of Springsteen doing an acoustic version of "Thunder Road" to close out the evening which was a fundraiser for Boston College.
As reported by the Asbury Park Press, the roughly two-hour show also featured E Street Band drummer, Max Weinberg, and Bobby Bandiera.
The evening included nearly two dozen songs, a few of them covers, according to a setlist posted online at setlist.fm.
As reported by Rolling Stone, Springsteen did a previous benefit for Boston College in 2011, while one of his two sons with Patti Scialfa, Evan Springsteen, still was a student there. The family also includes daughter, Jessica Springsteen.
At that 2011 show, actor Tim Robbins, news anchor Brian Williams and then-Governor Chris Christie were in the crowd, the same Rolling Stone report said.
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