Watch Bruce Springsteen Jam at Kristin Ann Carr Benefit (Video)
Bruce Springsteen took the stage with photographer Danny Clinch and his band, Tangiers Blues Band, in Tribeca Saturday night (April 13) at a benefit supporting the Kristin Ann Carr Fund.
The evening–“A Night to Remember”– raises money and awareness in the charity’s fight against sarcoma, a form of cancer. Carr, the daughter of rock journalist Dave Marsh and Bruce Springsteen co-manager Barbara Carr, died of the disease in 1993 at the age of 21.
Clinch was the main honoree of the evening at the gala, held at the Tribeca Grill Loft in New York City. E Street Band member Roy Bittan was also in attendance.
Springsteen and company rocked the house that included a set similar to the one performed at the opening of the Asbury Lanes in 2018: “Rockin’ Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu” by Johnny Rivers and Springsteen’s “Down the Road Apiece.”
The festive affair also held a silent auction, with items that included an autographed print of a picture of Springsteen on the beach (featured on the cover of Variety Magazine), and a full set of Bobblehead dolls carefully crafted to resemble the E Street Band, and a guitar autographed by Pearl Jam.
Watch a clip below:
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Posted by The Kristen Ann Carr Fund on Saturday, April 13, 2019
Full Performance courtesy of Mitch Slater: