Jean chatzky sexy pics xbox live not updating achievements
On "Thunder Road," simultaneous piano action from Billy ("I like this one! This was truly a blended set -- not only trading off songs, but trading off verses as they sang on each other's songs.Bruce was surprised that Billy didn't know "Spirit in the Night" -- he called out chords throughout -- but was really into his own verse on "New York State of Mind," a highlight of the night.For a minute, both families blended together on stage as Barack thanked Bruce for his support, Obama telling the crowd, "A rising is coming!"October 16 / New York, NY / Hammerstein Ballroom Notes: At the "Change Rocks" benefit concert in support of Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel joined forces, the favorite sons of New Jersey and Long Island meeting in Manhattan to co-headline a show that also featured John Legend and India. Caroline Kennedy introduced the artists, and Bruce had a few more words before the performances began -- first of all, about the undercard: "Billy and I thought we could sing until we heard India and John rehearsing earlier.Standing off stage along with Patti were their three children, all of whom joined Bruce onstage moments after he introduced Obama and his family to the crowd.It was a special moment as Barack's youngest daughter, Sasha, sheepishly shook Bruce's hand after her father introduced the two.
faking it like you really know what you're doing, but you don’t.
On the bill with Bandiera's Jersey Shore Rock-N-Soul Revue were Tim Mc Loone and the Shirleys, Brian Fallon, Nicole Atkins, Gary U. Bonds, Southside Johnny, and Jon Bon Jovi; Springsteen's surprise appearance came at the end of the night, as he joined the house band and a few of the bill-toppers for a few Christmas songs, two classic covers, and one of his own.
The night's format had crossover between artist's sets: Gary U. Bonds (after notably performing Bruce's "Action in the Street") was joined by Southside Johnny for "This Little Girl" to segue into Southside's set; Johnny was joined on his last song by Jon Bon Jovi for "This Time It's For Real." When it came to Bon Jovi's last song, out came Springsteen to back him up on "Run Run Rudolph," playing lead guitar and hollering backup on the final chorus."Happy holidays!
Grinch" -- joined in on the latter, and La Bamba came downstage to take Clarence's part, "you better be good for goodness' sake." (La Bamba and Mark Pender brought the horn section headcount to eight for Bruce's set.) After Bruce went it alone on "634-5789," Bon Jovi came back out to split the vocals on "Tenth Avenue." And a final encore, as Springsteen was joined by Southside, singing lead, and Bonds for a rousing "Havin' a Party." Weather outside: frightful. November 5 / New York, NY / Town Hall Notes: The day after the first Tuesday in November, and Bruce Springsteen was back on stage -- not for another political event, but to honor our soldiers and veterans.
Springsteen returned for the second annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit, raising money for the Bob Woodruff Family Fund to help wounded soldiers.