Bruce performed the song 6 times:
1983-11-06 - THE STONE PONY, ASBURY PARK
1999-12-04 - THE DIASCO RESIDENCE, COLTS NECK
In June 1999, at a Doug Flutie Autism Foundation fundraising gala held at Jon Bon Jovi's estate in Middletown, guests Anthony and Pam Diasco paid $60,000 during the evening's dinner auction for right to host a very private Bon Jovi band concert at their home. The performance took place on December 4 at the Diasco's estate in Colts Neck. Although Springsteen's services were not part of June auction, the Diasco's got a bonus - Bruce (as well as Patti Scialfa and Southside Johnny) attended the December 4 party and Bruce (backed by Bon Jovi) performed the noted songs.
Following his performance at the Clearwater Festival
, Bruce joins Nils Lofgren and his band on stage for a few tunes. Bruce later joins John Eddie onstage for one song to finish off a memorable day.
2002-04-14 - THE STONE PONY, ASBURY PARK
Rumson Country Day School Benefit
Springsteen's third Jersey-area performance in four days came once again at the Stone Pony. On Friday night, May 2, E Streeter Soozie Tyrell celebrated the release of her solo album, White Lines, with a show at the Asbury Park club. Both Springsteen and Patti Scialfa were on-hand to watch, and to take part as well. For "Ste. Genevieve
", a song from White Lines Tyrell called "my personal favorite… the best song I've ever written", she called up "two of my closest friends" to help her out, and Patti and Bruce sang backup. Later, during the encore, Bruce and Patti returned to the stage, this time with Bruce picking up a guitar, for the cover "It's All Over Now
" — Bruce duetting with Soozie at center mic and Patti on backup vocals.
Final official show of the Magic Tour. "It's All Over Now" is a duet with Soozie Tyrell.