Bruce Springsteen "Unplugs" For Stand Up For Heroes Benefit Show

Published 10 years ago on November 11, 2014

By Jonathan Graham

Bruce Springsteen performed a medley of classic E Street Band numbers, unplugged, at the 8th Annual Stand Up For Heroes event at Madison Square Garden last Wednesday.

The charity event, which is organised by the Bob Woodruff Foundation, raised funds for injured and fallen serviceman, veterans and their families.

Springsteen's headline set featured acoustic renditions of "Working On The Hightway", "Grown Up", "If I Should Fall Behind", "Dancing In The Dark" and "Born In The USA".

This year's edition is thought to have raised in excess of $6 million including a considerable donation by Springsteen himself.

Bruce Springsteen - Working On The Highway

 Bruce Springsteen - Born In The USA

Bruce Springsteen - Dancing In The Dark


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