Arcade Fire was in the covering mood this weekend at a festival in Canada as the band performed a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Born In The USA.” Check out some fan video below.
The cover of “Born in the USA” segued right into Arcade Fire’s Springsteen-inspired song “Keep The Car Running” during their show last month in Barrie, Ontario.
Meanwhile, Pearl Jam wanted to wish an ailing Joe Perry good health during Friday night’s show in Boston so they decided to cover Aerosmith’s 1977 classic “Draw the Line.”
Joe Perry recently rejoined the Hollywood Vampires on tour after collapsing on stage and being hospitalized in July. In addition to the Aerosmith cover, Pearl Jam also performed renditions of the Beatles’ “I Got a Feeling,” Bob Dylan’s “Masters of War,” Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” The Who’s “Baba O’Riley” and Steven Van Zandt’s “I Am a Patriot.”
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