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Phish with Bruce Springsteen at Bonnaroo, 2009

The sheer diversity of talent at the Bonnaroo festivals created unique opportunities for one-time pairings. Phish, no strangers to the festival scene, understood these opportunities better than anyone. They invited Bruce Springsteen, who had headlined the night before, to join them, unannounced for several songs. The bridging of musical styles and generations was the perfect embodiment of the Bonnaroo vibe.

 

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Trey Anastasio introducing Bruce Springsteeen, Bonnaroo, 2009.

Phish and Springsteen, "Glory Days," Bonnaroo, 2009.

Phish and Springsteen, "Mustang Sally," Bonnaroo, 2009.

Snoop Dogg introducing Phish at Bonnaroo, 2009.

Phish, Bonarroo, 2009.

 

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Bono inducts Bruce Springsteen into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1999.

Bruce Springsteen accepts award at the Rock Hall induction ceremony, 1999.

Bruce Springsteen performs at the 1999 Rock Hall induction ceremony.

Bruce Springsteen with Darlene Love at the 25th anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame concerts, "A Fine Fine Boy."

Axl Rose and Bruce Springsteen perform the Beatles' "Come Together" at the 1994 Hall of Fame Inductions Ceremony, when John Lennon was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a solo artist.
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