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Bruce Springsteen's MusiCares Tribute Video Out March 28th

Bruce Springsteen's MusiCares® Tribute Video Out March 28th

Featuring performances by Mumford & Sons, Alabama Shakes, Elton John, Neil Young with Crazy Horse and more!

The 2013 MusiCares® Person of the Year concert film honouring Bruce Springsteen will be released March 28th on DVD, Blu-ray and via digital download. The sold-out event, which was hosted by Jon Stewart, recognised Springsteen's extraordinary creative accomplishments as well as his significant charitable work and featured performances by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in addition to more than a dozen performances of Springsteen's work by other artists.

The lineup of artists contributing to this project is phenomenal, with legendary performers including Patti Smith, Ben Harper, Tom Morello, Sting and John Legend all lending their talent to support MusiCares®, an organisation which ensures that music people have a place to turn in times of financial, medical and personal need.

A MusiCares Tribute To Bruce Springsteen Tracklist
1. "Adam Raised a Cain" Performed by Alabama Shakes
2. "Because the Night" Performed by Patti Smith
3. "Atlantic City" Performed by Natalie Maines, Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite
4. "American Land" Performed by Ken Casey
5. "My City of Ruins" Performed by Mavis Staples and Zac Brown
6. "I'm On Fire" Performed by Mumford and Sons
7. "American Skin (41 Shots)" Performed by Jackson Browne and Tom Morello
8. "My Hometown" Performed by Emmylou Harris
9. "One Step Up" Performed by Kenny Chesney
10. "Streets of Philadelphia" Performed by Elton John
11. "Hungry Heart" Performed by Juanes
12. "Tougher Than the Rest" Performed by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
13. "The Ghost of Tom Joad" Performed by Jim James and Tom Morello
14. "Dancing in the Dark" Performed by John Legend
15. "Lonesome Day" Performed by Sting
16. "Born in the USA" Performed by Neil Young with Crazy Horse
17. "We Take Care of Our Own" Performed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
18. "Death to My Hometown" Performed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
19. "Thunder Road" Performed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
20. "Born to Run" Performed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
21. "Glory Days" Performed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band & cast ensemble

Bruce Springsteen's latest album 'High Hopes' went GOLD in New Zealand, reaching #1 here and in 20 other countries. It also marked Springsteen's historic 11th #1 debut on the Billboard 200 in the US, which is now the third-most #1s ever on the chart.

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