December 5, 2012 21:22

Bruce Springsteen joined on stage by Tom Morello and Social Distortion's Mike Ness in California

Springsteen and the E Street Band played last night (December 4) in Anaheim

Bruce Springsteen joined on stage by Tom Morello and Social Distortion's Mike Ness in California

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Bruce Springsteen was last night (December 4) joined onstage by Mike Ness of Social Distortion and Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine at his show at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Orange County near Los Angeles.

Springsteen and the E Street Band played a typically lengthy, over three and a half hour long set, opening with 'Land of Hope and Dreams' from Springsteen's 2012 album 'Wrecking Ball' with guest guitar from Tom Morello.

Morello – who played on the 'Wrecking Ball' album – also joined Springsteen onstage for 'Death to My Hometown', 'This Depression', 'The Ghost of Tom Joad', 'Badlands' and 'Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out'.

Punk legend Mike Ness later came onstage to perform Social Distortion's 1992 track 'Bad Luck' with Springsteen.

The set included songs from throughout Springsteen's 40-year career, including 'Spirit In The Night' from his 1973 debut 'Greetings From Asbury Park, NJ', and the title track from 1978's 'Darkness On The Edge of Town' as well as 'Adam Raised A Cain' and 'Streets Of Fire' from the same record.

Springsteen and band then donned Santa hats to play 'Santa Claus is Comin' to Town' towards the end of the show.

Bruce Springsteen played:

'Land Of Hope And Dreams'
'Adam Raised A Cain'
'Streets Of Fire'
'Hungry Heart'
'We Take Care Of Our Own'
'Wrecking Ball'
'Death To My Hometown'
'My City Of Ruins'
'Spirit In The Night'
'The E Street Shuffle'
'Long Time Comin''
'Reason To Believe'
'This Depression'
'Darkness On The Edge Of Town'
'Bad Luck'
'Because The Night'
'Darlington County'
'Shackled and Drawn'
'Waitin' on a Sunny Day'
'Raise Your Hand'
'The Ghost Of Tom Joad'
'Badlands'
'Thunder Road'
'Jungleland'
'Born to Run'
'Dancing In The Dark'
'Santa Claus is Coming to Town'
'Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out'


Bruce Springsteen recently announced plans for a run of UK and Ireland dates next summer, as part of a full European tour.

He will play London's Wembley Stadium on June 15 2013, Glasgow Hampden Park on June 18 and Coventry Ricoh Arena on June 20.

He will then visit mainland Europe before travelling to Ireland to play Limerick Thomond Park on July 16, Cork Páirc Uí Chaoimh on July 18 and Belfast King's Hall on July 20.

To check the availability of Bruce Springsteen tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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