Bruce Springsteen played a cover version of VAN HALEN's classic "Jump" earlier tonight (Sunday, April 6) when he closed out three days of music as the final performer of in the March Madness Music Festival at Reunion Park in Dallas, TexasThe free show was part of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament festivities being played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Saturday and Monday. In addition, the entire performance was made available for streaming live on the Internet on a freed provided by the Capital One Jamfest. Professionally filmed video footage of Springsteen's "Jump" rendition can be seen below. This evening's performance marked BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE E STREET BAND's first show of 2014 in the U.S. Back on February 8, Springsteen paid tribute to AC/DC's Bon Scott with a cover of the band's classic song "Highway To Hell" in Perth, Australia. Like at the Dallas show, Bruce's band in Perth included Tom Morello of RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, who is prominently featured on Springsteen's new album, "High Hopes", released on January 14.
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