A concert Report
backing down from this fight, and we never should. Shooting a look from the rear of the Hanging Rock stage we've seen so many times before a look that says "What do I have to do for you people?" Bruce grabbed an acoustic and harp gear from Kevin, made his way back to center. Born to Run (guitar april 4 -7 / Walter Kerr Theatre / New York,. With a setlist already littered with rarities and tour premieres, Bruce moved the intensity up a notch with "Youngstown "Candy's Room "She's the One and "Because the Night." Springsteen, as a lead guitarist, is one of this writer's favorites. This is for those folks and for all of you." The tears that welled in Wendy's eyes as he spoke those words were followed by several thousand more throughout the arena as Bruce played a version of "My City of Ruins" that made me wonder. In Bruce's own words: "We swore what was the impact of the poor law? forever friends that was the deal, right?" Cue the waterworks for the remainder of the encores (at least for me). It was a humble, quiet gesture from Bruce to say thanks to President Obama, the staff, and their families. If Sunday's show was in response to external forces, the intrusion of the wider world, tonight's existed solely within the comparatively small confines of Perth Arena. I looked over the crowd and saw a young girl watching with tears streaming down her face. While many of the musicians in attendance have appeared onstage together in various capacities over the years many still live in the area such gatherings have become increasingly rare.
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Entertaining as Just Before the Dawn is, however, it barely scratches the surface of its subject. (guitar) Tenth Avenue Freeze-out (piano) Tougher Than the Rest (piano) - with Patti Scialfa Springsteen Brilliant Disguise (guitar) - with Patti Scialfa Springsteen Long Walk Home (guitar) The Rising (guitar) Dancing in the Dark/Land of Hope and Dreams (guitar) Born to Run (guitar) March. This night's blue-collar ethos reached its height with a pair of Born in the.S.A. Opening October 12, the performance starts simply not with a familiar "Good evening, New York City!" but instead with a list of essentials, stated plainly at center stage. For all the comparisons to previous acoustic tours and performances that might come to mind, Springsteen on Broadway is especially suited to one of the smaller houses in the theater district. A full-on, blown-out dolci and Stomer Style of Paintings "Incident." Gorgeous, melancholy, rousing and on this night offering a soothing "Good night, it's all right" to a world waiting for shit to go down. "We salute you!" launched a standard six-song encore that included a manic "Seven Nights to Rock" and well, a manic everything. That enthusiasm was rewarded with another jaw-dropping "NYC Serenade its grandiose piano and strings contrasting beautifully with Springsteen's collection of romantic tragics from a long-ago time and place. "Tonight my baby and me are going to ride to the sea" the soul of America waking up; the sound of our voices being heard like never before "and wash these sins from our hands." Action, not desperate at all but calculated. Somewhere in the middle of the evening's performance, after establishing his roots, Springsteen pans back. "Tramps like us!" we shout, free and wild, wanderers in a blast zone searching for survivors of the E Street apocalypse, "Baby we were born to run!" Temporary Wendy kisses me as we part, the DJ fades the song, and our wolfpack disbands.
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