The Canadian's stomp through Born To Run in Ottawa
[b]Bruce Springsteen[/b] was joined onstage by [b]Arcade Fire[/b] at a show in Ottawa last night (October 14).
Springsteen who has just started a world tour, the first backed by the [b]E Street Band[/b] since 2002, was joined onstage by the Canadian rock band for three songs at the show at Scotiabank Place, reports US mag Billboard this morning.
The band’s song collaboration began with Springsteen’s ‘[b]State Trooper[/b]’, followed up by Arcade Fire’s Springsteen-inspired track ‘[b]Keep The Car Running[/b]’.
They finished up with a joint rendition of Springsteen’s 1975 rock classic ‘[b]Born To Run[/b]’.
Check out UNCUT’s review of ‘Magic’ – Springsteen’s first album with the E Street Band in five years- here.
The full list of Springsteen’s [b]world tour dates[/b] are also available here. The Boss hits London on December 19.