Bruce covered the song 6 times :
1979-01-11 - LOCK STOCK AND BARREL, FAIR HAVEN, NJ
A private 37th birthday party for Clarence Clemons, with Springsteen and the entire E Street Band (except for Steven Van Zandt) attending and performing a rollicking set of classics for the invitation-only gathering of close friends and family. Clarence’s pre-E Street band compatriot, Norman Seldin, was playing an extended residency at the club at the time and both Clarence and Garry Tallent had made guest appearances with Seldin at the club the previous week. The above-mentioned setlist is incomplete and not necessarily in the correct performing sequence – there were many other songs performed, although no Springsteen compositions. Apparently Bruce took the lead or co-lead vocal on the under- mentioned titles.
During the third Annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame ceremonies with Bob Dylan, The Beatles and The Beach Boys the evening’s key Hall Of Fame inductees. Bruce gives the induction speech for Dylan. He attended the event with then-wife Julianne Phillips. It was Billy Joel singing the lead vocals of the song.
During the famous 'plug' concert in Hyde Park London : 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.
Performed 2 times during a Paul McCartney show at Madison Square Garden .Paul McCartney's One on One-tour show at Madison Square Garden closed with a huge surprise, as Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band member Steven Van Zandt got on stage to join in to jam for the encore, a rendition of "I Saw Her Standing There", which they performed twice. "The last time we played together was in London's Hyde Park and they pulled the plug", McCartney said before the grand introduction. It was date night for both Bruce and Stevie, who attended Paul's show with their wives Patti and Maureen.