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Unlikely Music Friendships Captured on Film: Installment No. 2

The Lady and the Boss share a moment on the stage in 2010.

Let us look at the improbable pairings of the stage that give us true happiness.

I love this photo of Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen that Kevin Kane snapped last May at Carnegie Hall at the Almay concert to celebrate the Rainforest Fund’s 21st birthday.

The only bummer is that there isn’t really much room for speculation behind this photo because the footage is all available on YouTube. I know I said last week that I would not provide video footage in this series, but they turn in a really fun version of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” that is so refreshing that not sharing it would be even worse. I love the way that Gaga lets down her guard and lets her unabashed love for the Boss shine through. She is wearing pretty great boogie shoes that are not captured in the photo here, and Springsteen effortlessly rips a killer solo.

Oh yeah, there are also a handful of musicians on stage with them who are also absolute legends, like Elton John, Sting, Debbie Harry and Dame Shirley Bassey. 


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