Bruce Springsteen and Maggie Rogers Join Zach Bryan on Stage at Brooklyn's Barclays Center — Watch!

Bryan brought his 'Quittin' Time' Tour to New York on Wednesday night

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Zach Bryan; Bruce Springsteen; Maggie Rogers

Zach Bryan had some surprises in store for New Yorkers.

On Wednesday night, the country star, 27, invited Bruce Springsteen and Maggie Rogers to join him onstage during his Quittin' Time tour stop at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York where he took the stage for the first of two performances at the venue.

The Boss, 74, initially joined Bryan for his encore of the unreleased track "Sandpaper," but ended up duetting with him — as well as the "Alaska" artist — for the final number of the night "Revival," which was featured on his 2020 album Elisabeth. As the trio took the mic, Rogers, 29, could be seen playing the tambourine and sharing the mic with Springsteen and Bryan who were playing the guitar, per footage from the venue.

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Earlier in the evening, the pop star accompanied the "I Remember Everything" artist for a stunning take on their collaboration "Dawns," which they co-wrote and shared last year, per video from Barclays Center.

Bryan kicked off the Quittin' Time tour — which will hit arenas and stadiums throughout North America — with some massive opening acts on March 6 in Chicago. He will make stops in cities including St. Louis, Oklahoma City, Las Vegas, Denver, San Antonio, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City and more before wrapping Dec. 14, 2024 in Tulsa, Oklahoma — Bryan's home state.

Throughout the tour, the Grammy winner will be joined by special guests The Middle East, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, Sierra Ferrell, Matt Maeson and Levi Turner at select dates.

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In August 2023, Bryan released his eponymous fourth full-length album via Warner Records. "I've got no grand explanation for these songs, I got no riddle in reasoning behind writing them, I don't have a bulls--- roll-out plan to stuff it in-front of as many people as I can," he wrote about the LP on Instagram at the time.

"I just wrote some poems and songs that I want to share because I think they're special," he continued. "Some of them are heavy, some of them are hopeful, but more than anything what's most important to me is that they're all mine. If people listen to it, I'll be grateful, if people don't, I'll still be grateful because I got the chance in this life to be original when it mattered."

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