Bruce Springsteen joined onstage by Brandon Flowers

The Killers mainman sings 'Thunder Road' with The Boss at Dutch festival

Bruce Springsteen joined onstage by Brandon Flowers
Bruce Springsteen was joined by The Killers' Brandon Flowers for a rendition of his 1975 single 'Thunder Road' at the Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands this Saturday (May 30).

Both The Killers and Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band played the opening night of the three-day festival, with Springsteen and his band playing a headline slot on the first date of the European leg oftheir world tour. The jaunt includes a much-anticipated headline slot on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage on June 27.

Click below to see fan footage of the collaboration.

The gig saw the tour premiere of 'From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come)', which was played after a fan requested the song using a cardboard sign.

'Trapped' and 'I'm on Fire' were played after similar sign requests, reports Bruce Springsteen fan site backstreets.com.

Bruce Springsteen played:

'Badlands'
'Out In The Street'
'She's The One'
'Outlaw Pete'
'Radio Nowhere'
'Working On A Dream'
'Seeds'
'Johnny 99'
'The Ghost Of Tom Joad'
'Raise Your Hand'
'From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come)'
'Trapped'
'I'm on Fire'
'Thunder Road'
'Waitin' On A Sunny Day'
'The Promised Land'
'Lonesome Day'
'The Rising'
'Born To Run'
'Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out'
'Land Of Hope And Dreams'
'American Land'
'Glory Days'
'Dancing in the Dark'






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