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Bruce Springsteen Joins Mike Ness Onstage in Asbury Park, NJ

Saturday night (May 17) at the legendary Stone Pony, the Boss emerged to rock his hometown's punk audiences with the Social Distortion frontman.

Reunited and it feels so good: During Mike Ness’ gig Saturday night (May 17) at the Stone Pony in Bruce Springsteen’s hometown of Asbury Park, NJ, the Boss stormed the stage, trading riffs and vocals with Ness on “Misery Loves Company,” a tune the duo originally recorded together for Ness’ 1999 outing Cheating at Solitaire. Much to fans’ blissful surprise, the pair, along with Ness’ backing band, also strutted through the tattoo-covered rocker’s “Ball and Chain” and “If You Leave Before Me,” before closing with a cover of Bobby Fuller’s “I Fought the Law.”

Check out a few pics of Spin cover boy Springsteen shredding with the punk icon below, and catch Ness on a nationwide tour this summer. For complete dates, head to Ness’ website.

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