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Bruce Springsteen posts punk cover online to cap tour


Bruce Springsteen has marked the end of his long Wrecking Ball tour by posting a heartfelt thank-you note to fans at his official website, along with a cover of the song "Dream Baby Dream" by punk pioneers Suicide. The tune is set to a music video montage of Springsteen fans. At the end of his letter, in which he thanks fans old and new, Springsteen concludes, "To all of you who were there along the way, we send out our mightiest and most heartfelt thanks. You have reignited in us a great passion for what we do. We'll do our best to honor it."

Although the Wrecking Ball trek is officially over, the Boss is not done yet: his next show is November 6th at New York's Theater at Madison Square Garden as part of the Stand Up for Heroes Benefit.

That will most likely close out 2013 for Springsteen, but he'll head over to Australia and New Zealand for a tour starting next February.

Springsteen has made it clear that the February gigs are not part of the Wrecking Ball tour -- leading to speculation that he may be preparing to release a new album in early 2014.

Springsteen recently confirmed that he had laid down some new songs at a studio in Australia last year, but has yet to offer up any more information on the follow-up to 2012's Wrecking Ball album.

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