The Killers bring out Bruce Springsteen for three songs at Madison Square Garden Making the Crowd Go Crazy!

The Killers Bring Out Bruce Springsteen At Madison Square Garden

The Killer’s trip landed in New York for two nights at Madison Square Garden this weekend. And at night one, they brought opener, Johnny Marr, on stage for a Smiths vintage, as they have done at every place of the trip till now.

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But at night two, they had another surprise member, someone The Killers have been compared to so many times all over their career: Bruce Springsteen. “Everyone gets a little anxious when their leader comes to their work, right?” Brandon Flowers said when he introduced him, and cheers of “Bruuuuuuuuce” from the people began even before Bruce came on the stage.

When he came, they went into Bruce’s vintage “Badlands” with Bruce on main vocals and Brandon then joining him simultaneously. Then they played “Dustland,” The Killers’ brand new version of “A Dustland Fairytale” that stars Bruce, and they concluded with Bruce and Brandon singing “Born To Run,” with the E Street Band’s Jake Clemons on sax. The Killers are presently on a trip to support their albums Imploding The Mirage (2020) and Pressure Machine (2021) and have been withdrawing a who’s who of unique guests along the way.

The Killers and Springsteen at Madison Square Garden

The collective love carnival of Springsteen and The Killers are not hidden. The Killers have often quoted The leader as powerful on their work while Springsteen had Flowers on his “Letters To You Radio” show a few years back, with the senior calling The Killers a “hell of a band,” as per NME. The two musical performances also earlier took the stage together in 2009 at the Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands.

The Killers, Springsteen

Springsteen has been making a number of cameos recently, earlier seen on stage with Paul McCartney and Coldplay this year. In October 2021, he also finished a four-month spell on Broadway at New York’s St. James Theatre.