Monday night, Springsteen performed at the Pepsi Center in Denver for three-and-a-half hours.
According to superfan 9NEWS Anchor Gary Shapiro, Springsteen played a bunch of old favorites and some new jams too.
Springsteen and the E Street Band have been touring for most of the year on their Wrecking Ball tour - named after his latest CD.
The show is the first in Denver since saxophonist Clarence Clemmons died. Most of the sax solos Monday night were handled by Clarence's nephew Jake Clemmons.
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