Bruce covered the song 5 times and once as a snippet:
2004-11-06 Stone Pony (The), Asbury Park, NJ
Bruce joins Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers for the fifth year running at the annual Light Of Day benefit concert.
1995-09-02 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, OH
During The Concert For The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame also together again with Jerry Lee Lewis.
During the 1993 world tour in Dublin. Together with Jerry Lee Lewis.
1988-01-20 Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, NY
Springsteen attends 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. This 1988 event is considered to be the most memorable to date due to the number of major stars that turned up. Bruce gives the induction speech for Dylan. Springsteen performed in varying musician/vocalist support roles on all of the listed tracks. Bruce attended the event with then-wife Julianne Phillips - it was the last time they were seen in public together. The group singing backup on most of the songs, credited on the officially-released compilation albums as The Rock Hall Jam Band, includes, among others, Ben E. King, Johnny Moore, Joe Blunt, Clyde Brown, Jeff Beck, George Harrison, Mick Jagger, John and Tom Fogerty, Billy Joel, Bob Dylan, Les Paul, Mary Wilson, Elton John, Arlo Guthrie, Yoko Ono, Ringo Starr, The Beach Boys, Little Richard, Peter Wolf, Neil Young, Paul Simon, Dave Edmunds, Jeff Lynne, Julian Lennon, Sean Lennon, and The World's Most Dangerous Band. Also on stage are various E-Streeters, including Max Weinberg, Little Steven, Clarence Clemons, and Patti Scialfa. Joel sings lead on "I Saw Her Standing There". Fogerty sings lead on "Born On The Bayou". Jagger sings lead on "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", calling Bruce over to share the microphone. Dylan sings lead on "Like A Rolling Stone", and Harrison and Dylan share vocals on "All Along The Watchtower".
1982-07-17 Big Man's West, Red Bank, NJ
Bruce makes a guest appearance at a Joe Grushecky gig. According to Grushecky, this was the first time he had ever met Springsteen, let alone jammed with him - the start of a long friendship.
during THE DETROIT MEDLEY