Bruce Springsteen Dances with His 90-Year-Old Mom During New York Concert

She can still shake it.

During his recent concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden, Bruce Springsteen took the time to dance with a very important concertgoer – his mother.

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During the tune “Ramrod,” The Boss left the stage to dance with his 90-year-old mom Adele, who was sitting nearby.

Springsteen, who is currently on the road with the E-Street Band on their sold-out “River Tour,” returned to “The World’s Most Famous Arena” on Monday night.

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Fans posted photos of the duo shaking on social media during the gig.

#TheRiverTourNYC Adele stills has the moves. @springsteen

— AMan (@annman126) March 29, 2016

During the near four-hour concert, the 66-year-old icon even greeted a young fan in the crowd.

Lucky little dude at @TheGarden #TheRiverTourNYC

— Bruce Springsteen (@springsteen) March 29, 2016

The New Jersey rock legend has long made his mom apart of his concerts.

In 2009 and 2012, he brought his mom on stage to do her best Courtney Cox as she shimmied to “Dancing in the Dark” at concerts in Philadelphia.

In 2013, he brought his mom and younger sister, Pamela, on stage during his headlining set at London’s Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park.

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