Bruce Springsteen, age 64, played till 3AM at Rock in Rio


springsteen bruce Bruce Springsteen, age 64, played till 3AM at Rock in Rio

Today, Bruce Springsteen turns 64 years old, and like any person his age, he celebrated with a three-hour rock concert that didn’t conclude till after 3AM. The final show as part of his Wrecking Ball world tour, Springsteen and the E Street Band took the stage at Rio de Janerio’s Rock in Rio a little after midnight local time on Sunday. They proceeded to play Born in the U.S.A. in its entirety and a bunch of other Springsteen staples before concluding with the vicious one-two-three punch of “Thunder Road”, “Born to Run”, and “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out”. For those who couldn’t be there in person, celebrate Springsteen’s 64th with a full replay of the performance, below. But first, contemplate your own mortality by looking at pictures of Bruce on the beach.

Photo, above, by S. Marton

Sociedade Alternativa (Raul Seixas cover)
Death to My Hometown
Spirit in the Night
Hungry Heart
Born in the U.S.A
Cover Me
Darlington County
Working on the Highway
Downbound Train
I’m on Fire
No Surrender
Bobby Jean
I’m Goin’ Down
Glory Days
Dancing in the Dark
My Hometown
Shackled and Drawn
Waitin’ on a Sunny Day
The Rising
Land of Hope and Dreams
(The Impressions’s People Get Ready Tag)
Thunder Road
Born to Run
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Twist and Shout
This Hard Land (solo acoustic)