Last night The Revivalists pulled into Asbury Park, New Jersey for a show at The Stone Pony Summer Stage. The location of the show didn’t go unnoticed as the rising roots rock band used the occasion to offer up a cover to a local hero during their encore.
The New Orleans-based band offered up a 12-song main set that mixed material from their three studio albums. When The Revivalists returned to the stage for their three-song encore, the band used the opportunity to pay tribute to Bruce Springsteen, who played The Stone Pony numerous times during his early years, and continues to pop in for surprise appearances at the Jersey Shore rock club.
After opening with “Bulletproof,” from their most recent studio album, Men Amongst Mountains, the band offered up a bar rock sing-a-long take on “Glory Days,” from The Boss’ 1984 release Born In The U.S.A., and closed the night out with their biggest single “Wish I Knew You.”
Watch The Revivalists cover “Glory Days,” and check out the full setlist below:
The Revivalists at The Stone Pony Summerstage
- Stand Up
- Keep Going
- Move On
- Fade Away
- You and I
- Chase's House
- All In The Family
- Pretty Photograph
- It Was A Sin
- Catching Fireflies
- Glory Days
- Wish I Knew You
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