UPDATE 3/3 5:30 p.m.. PT: Watch pro-shot footage of "Stayin' Alive":
The E Street Band continue to whip out new covers and treat fans to inventive setlists
during their Australian Tour. Tonight in Brisbane the band opened the show with a Bee Gees
cover debut, welcomed Pearl Jam's front man and tackled a classic album in its entirety.
When The Boss and his band took the stage, they debuted a cover of the disco classic
"Stayin' Alive" by the Bee Gees. The Bee Gees grew up and started their career in
Australia, making "Stayin' Alive" yet another cover Springsteen has debuted by an
Australian act during his tour Down Under. Speaking of Australian act covers, once again
the E Street Band welcomed Eddie Vedder for AC/DC's "Highway To Hell."
the Pearl Jam front man sported a tambourine.
Watch the first video to emerge of tonight's "Highway To Hell" thanks to Robert Smith:
Let's not forget to mention Springsteen and the E Street Band spent the majority of their
main set this evening tackling The Wild, The Innocent and the E Street Shuffle -
the group's 1973 sophomore effort. "It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City," "Does This Bus
Stop at 82nd Street?," "You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)," "Fade Away," "Wild
Billy's Circus Story," "Incident On 57th Street" and "New York City Serenade" all made
their tour debuts tonight.
Here's the setlist from tonight's show: