Bob Seger recently performed with Bruce Springsteen at his concert in Detroit. Seger came up through the crowd to join Springsteen onstage.
Seger was sitting in the front row during the gig at the Palace of Aubrun Hills, when guitarist Steven Van Zandt coaxed him to come up and join the band.
He joined Bruce Springsteen and Co as they performed the Isley Brother’s classic song ‘Shout’ to finish of the show. Seger picked up a tambourine and sang along with the rest of the band.
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During the show Springsteen had a message for the crowd in Michigan. He addressed the news that Michigan’s legislatures were considering passing an anti-LGBT law similar to North Carolina, where he recently cancelled his gig.
Bruce Springtseen said to the crowd “We hope the bill doesn’t pass here, ’cause we love playing in Michigan,” adding that “So keep your heads up.”
Springsteen is currently on tour supporting his expanded reissue of The River which came out at the end of last year. You can check out the video of Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger performing together down below.
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