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Bruce Springsteen covers The Clash at London Hyde Park

The Boss plays for three hours the night after his Glastonbury headline set

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Bruce Springsteen covered The Clash at his Hard Rock Calling gig in London's Hyde Park tonight (June 28).

The New Jersey star, who headlined Glastonbury festival last night, opened his set with a performance of the punk and rock legends' 'London Calling', watched from the side of the stage by The Clash's Mick Jones and Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora.

Springsteen also welcomed Brian Fallon from fellow New Jersey band The Gaslight Anthem to the stage for 'No Surrender', as at Glastonbury.

The singer-songwriter performed a number of recent career highlights, including 'Working On A Dream' and 'Radio Nowhere' during the early half of the set, often heading down to a specially-constructed walkway to meet fans and take their song requests.

The final thirty minutes saw the singer and guitarist churn out his biggest hits, including 'Born To Run', 'Jungleland', 'Glory Days' and closer 'Dancing In The Dark'.

Acts including James Morrison, the Dave Matthews Band and Starsailor also performed at the event in the afternoon.

Bruce Springsteen played:

'London Calling'
'Badlands'
'Night'
'She's The One'
'Outlaw Pete'
'Out In The Street'
'Working On A Dream'
'Seeds'
'Johnny 99'
'Youngstown'
'Good Lovin''
'Bobby Jean'
'Trapped'
'No Surrender'
'Waiting On A Sunny Day'
'Promised Land'
'Racing In The Street'
'Radio Nowhere'
'Lonesome Day'
'The Rising'
'Born To Run'
'Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)'
'Hard Times'
'Jungleland'
'American Land'
'Glory Days'
'Dancing In The Dark'

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