Bruce Springsteen & Maggie Rogers Join Zach Bryan In Brooklyn For Electric “Revival” Closer

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The Boss takes the stage with ZB not once but twice during the Brooklyn, New York show.

Talk about a lucky audience. Chicago got Kacey Musgraves, which I thought was one helluva way to kick off the Quittin’ Time Tour, and The War and Treaty joined him shortly after for a surprise duet of “Hey Driver,” but getting Bruce Springsteen might top all of that. Last night during the show, The Boss joined Zach Bryan on stage to sing an unreleased song, “Sandpaper,” which has me fired up that it hopefully appears on his next project.

While that moment alone would have been a show highlight, Brooklyn was blessed even further by having Maggie Rogers come out to sing “Dawns.”

@emilyschneider059 blessed to be in attendance #zachbryan #dawns #brooklyn #maggierogersdawns ♬ original sound – Emily Schneider

Having these two in the building meant that “Revival” was about to be one of the most epic of the tour thus far.

Springsteen was on stage helping ZB carrier the guitar portion of the melody while also shredding himself a little, and Rogers let it rip on the tambourine. The two share the microphone with Bryan as they belt out the chorus, but their vocals (as always during this closer) are overshadowed by the roar of the crowd singing the lyrics.

Talk about a jackpot night for those fans in the audience.

@greatamericanbarscene Going to be hard to top this show 🤭 #zachbryan #zachbryanconcert #brooklyn #brucespringsteen #maggierogers #revival #fyp ♬ original sound – greatamericanbarscene

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