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Bruce Springsteen Dedicates “Born To Run” Album Performance to James Gandolfini

Bruce Springsteen
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During last night’s performance in at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, England, Bruce Springsteen set aside eight spots in his setlist to dedicate to James Gandolfini, who died of a heart attack on Wednesday.

After playing 11 songs to open the show, Bruce Springsteen announced that he would be playing “Born To Run”, perhaps his most classic album, in tribute to Gandolfini, whom he called ‘a good friend’ before starting the album set with “Thunder Road”.

You can view the full setlist from last night’s Bruce Springsteen show by clicking here.


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