Bruce pperformed the song with Pete Seeger and all performers during the Clearwater Concert in honour of Pete Seeger's 90th birthday together with Pete Seeger and his wife Toshi, Patti Scialfa, Joan Baez, Emmylou Harris, Patterson Hood, Michael Franti, Ani DiFranco, Bruce Cockburn, Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, Arlo Guthrie, Warren Haynes, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Richie Havens, Kris Kristofferson, Del McCoury, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Steve Earle, Roger McGuinn, Tony Trischka, Ben Bridwell, Tyler Ramsey, Taj Mahal, Keller Williams, Jay Ungar, Molly Mason, Peggy Seeger, Ben Harper, Ellen Harper, Sue Chase, Bill Nershi, Mike and Ruth Merenda, Juanes, Scarlett Lee Moore, Larry Long, Jacob Silver, Tim Robbins, Miles Robbins, Martha and Rufus Wainwright, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Casey Driessen, Tommy Sands, Tom Chapin, Michael Mark, Oscar the Grouch, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Billy Bragg, Ruby Dee, Béla Fleck, Teddy Thompson, Dar Williams, Lenny Pickett, Abigail Washburn, Guy Davis, Eric Weissberg, Laura Cortese, Native American Indian Cultural Alliance, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the New York City Labor Chorus, and more. All performers dance onstage during the Preservation Hall Jazz Band's rendition of "When The Saints Go Marching In
". Tao Rodriguez-Seeger takes lead vocals on "Well May The World Go
". First ever Springsteen performance in the U.S. of "This Little Light Of Mine
Bruce and band return to the Hard Rock Calling Festival in Hyde Park with a fine show and a farcical conclusion. The final guest for the evening is Paul McCartney, and together they play "I Saw Her Standing There
" followed by a raucous "Twist and Shout
". Unfortunately, despite only being a few minutes over the 10.30pm curfew the concert organisers choose to cut the sound at the conclusion of "Twist And Shout", and as a result Bruce is unable to play a final song, nor is he able to say his farewells to the crowd. Instead he sings a brief a cappella, unamplified "Goodnight Irene
" and leaves the stage. Steve took to Twitter following the show to express his disappointment and anger, while Bruce commented "I wasn't aware the plug had been pulled, and people couldn't hear what I was singing. Afterwards I said to Paul, 'I can understand them pulling the plug on me, but you? Aren't you a knight?'". Paul McCartney remembers: "Bruce, sort of, got in touch and said, 'Do you wanna get up? We'd like you to get up'. I said, 'Well, I don't know, I'll just come along to the show', so we're in the side of the show in the wings, and he says 'Are you gonna get up, man?', I said 'I don't know, maybe'. Then his roadie says 'I've got a bass for you, I've got a guitar, it's all tuned, it's ready to go'. I go 'Oh, you're REALLY ready!'. So they're all really ready to go, so, what have they rehearsed? He said 'Twist And Shout' and 'I Saw Her Standing There'. So at last minute, I sort of have to say, 'Yeah, I'll do it', so I go on, and it's great, they really have rehearsed it, and I'm the only one who sort of doesn't know it, even though I wrote the bloody thing. So then they go to 'Twist And Shout', and I'm singing it, and someone had whispered 'We haven't got any time, we can't do it', but it was so nice, Bruce is going 'Yeah, come on, man' and Bruce is you know, he's a do-er, a go-getter, so I was happy. 'Yeah!'. We're rocking away, all our monitors stayed on, so we weren't really aware that the plug had been pulled on the audience, that you see on the youtube later, it's all gone dead. And he is singing, he's gonna then go back and sing ' Good Night Irene', which I think was all dead, but we had a laugh again. You've gotta have a laugh, it would just be so terrifying if you didn't, so we just had a laugh afterwards, I was just apologetic like 'I'm sorry, man, only in Britain!'. It's the only place... You can't imagine in New York somewhere like that, them pulling the plug, and it got everyone of course, so that was the big story. Everyone in America was going to me 'Is it true, man? They pulled the plug on you and Springsteen?!', and I'm saying 'Yeah, well, you know, just some guy. Some bloody jobsworth..."