2016-09-11 Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, PA

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Scheduled: 19:30 Local Start Time 19:47 / End Time 23:30

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The first E Street Band show on September 11 since the 2001 attacks features six songs from The Rising, including the tour debut of "You're Missing" in its first performance since 2005 and only tour appearance, played in a full-band arrangement with Bruce's harmonica taking the place of the closing organ solo. Joe Grushecky and Johnny Grushecky guest on tour premiere "Light Of Day" (including "Land Of 1000 Dances"), and an eight-piece string section comprised of local musicians Ken Johnston, Sandro Leal-Santiesteban, Jason Neukom, Cara Garofalo, Melissa Stewart Hernández, Maureen Conlon Gutierrez, Lydia Miller Choorapuzha, and Jason Hohn joins for "New York City Serenade". The violinists learnt their parts from sheet music and a YouTube video of the song, and rehearsed with Charlie Giordano the afternoon of the show. "Long Walk Home" premieres to open the encore in a solo acoustic arrangement. "Kitty's Back" includes a unique brief drum break in the midsection. "Hungry Heart" is dropped for the first time this tour, leaving "Cadillac Ranch" and "I'm A Rocker" as the sole representatives from The River. The 32-song set also includes the U.S. tour premiere of "Streets Of Fire". Final tour appearances for "Into The Fire", "Lonesome Day", "Mary's Place", "Streets Of Fire", "Cadillac Ranch", "I'm A Rocker", "Downbound Train", "My City Of Ruins", and "Backstreets". Patti Scialfa is not present.

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