Dropkick Murphys Play 28-Song Livestream Set at Empty Fenway Park

Last night Dropkick Murphys took the livestreaming game to a whole new level as they performed on the infield at an empty Fenway Park in their hometown of Boston.
"Streaming Outta Fenway" benefitted THREE charities: Habitat For Humanity, Feeding America, and The Boston Resiliency Fund. The full electric performance carried a whopping 28-song setlist and a very special guest appearance by Bruce Springsteen, remotely of course!
He dialed-in from his home studio in Colts Neck, New Jersey toward the end of the set where the band could see Bruce from a Jumbotron. He performed "Rose Tattoo" with DM and then they did a Boss original - "American Land."
The "fan-less" concert actually had more than 125,000 fans watching on DM's YouTube, Facebook and Twitter pages. The career-sprawling set opened with "The Boys Are Back" and they pumped up everyone's Friday night with performances of fan favorites like "The State of Massachusetts," "Smash Shit Up," "Rebels with a Cause," "The Warrior's Code," and set enders "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" and "Until the Next Time.
They also did a handful of covers like "The Bonny" by Gerry Cinnamon," "You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory" by Johnny Thunders, and John Newton's "Amazing Grace."
Deep cuts throughout the set included "Tessie" and "4-15-13." They also worked in their newest tracks "Mick Jones Nicked My Pudding" and "Queen of Suffolk County," which they live debuted during their St. Patrick's Day livestream set.
Check out the full setlist here:
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