Description: Springsteen and his E-Street Band to start world tour And some thrilling news for old-school rock fans: "The Boss" is back. In order to support his latest album "Wrecking Balls," Bruce Springsteen and his E-Street Band presented a prelude to their world tour at the heart of Harlem, in the Apollo Theatre in N Beats by Dre LeBron James Dull Gold ew York. This is the first official concert since the beloved sax Beats by Dre Studio Blue Diamond ophonist Clarence Clemons died back in June. It was show time at the Apollo, as Bruce Springsteen and E-Street Band rocked Harlem's legendary theater Friday night in New York. The star-studded crowd included Tom Hanks, Ben Stiller, and Latin music sensation, Juanes, who will be the opening act for Springsteen next week at the South by Southwest festival. Ju Beats by Dre Studio Michael Jackson anes, Colombian artist, said, "The energy that he has and the politics he writes has a lot in common with my country. Sometimes it's things that I also do. It's the reality of our countries, so we feel somehow connected with his music." Springsteen and the E Street Band worked the packed house into a total frenzy. The musicians entered the stage by lovingly touching an empty chair in memory of Clarence Clemons, the long-time saxophonist of the band. His nephew Jake fills in the shoes, and blasted out numerous sax solos to a great crowd response. Showing no sign of ageing, Springsteen sprang through the balconies of the historic landmark and then shimmied down metal pipes attached to the wall to get back on stage. New tracks "We Take Care of Our Own" and old-time classics such as "Badlands" and "Thunder Road" were weaved into the setlist. Springsteen' Beats by Dre Studio Ferrari Red s "Wrecking Ball" World Tour will officially start on March 18th in Beats by Dre Studio Kobe Bryant Atlanta.