On Saturday night (October 1st) Bruce Springsteen joined the Killers on stage at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden for a three-song mini-set. “The Boss” and E Street Band saxophonist Jake Clemons — nephew of “The Big Man,” the late-Clarence Clemons — were on hand to perform Springsteen’s 2021 team-up with the band on “A Dustland Fairytale,” along with his own classics “Badlands” and “Born To Run.”

On November 7th, Bruce Springsteen will once again headline the annual “Stand Up For Heroes” benefit taking place this year at Manhattan’s David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Coming on November 11th is Springsteen’s soul covers set, titled Only The Strong Survive.


  • The last time Bruce Springsteen performed on stage with the Killers was back on May 30th, 2009 in the Netherlands when they both were on the bill at the Pinkpop Festival.
  • At the time, Springsteen led the band through a reading of the 1975 Born To Run opener, “Thunder Road.”

CHECK IT OUT: Bruce Springsteen & The Killers on Saturday night at MSG: