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Live Shots: Bruce Springsteen rocked Chase Center with a marathon set

The Boss barreled through hits and some surprising covers on the second night of his SF appearance.

The Boss looked lithe and trim as he hit the Chase Center stage on March 31—launching into “Light of Day,” which he hasn’t played since 2016 with his E Street Band—also in great form on the second night of his San Francisco appearance, and the fifth night of his world tour. His marathon set of more than three dozen songs (remarkably delivered after just recovering from an illness) included classics like “Thunder Road,” “Born to Run,” and “Glory Days,” as well as some covers like “Night Shift” by the Commodores and “Because the Night” by Patti Smith. A thrilled crowd sang along, and posed beforehand under the new “Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band” street signs, dedicated by the SFMTA.

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