This will be 10th time seeing him hopefully I get tickets. Bringing my 16 year old granddaughter hopefully passing the torch!!!🎤🎸🎷🎹
Bruce Springsteen’s recording career spans over 40 years, beginning with 1973's ‘Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ’ (Columbia Records). He has released 18 studio albums, garnered 20 Grammys, won an Oscar, been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, received a Kennedy Center Honor, and was MusiCares’ 2013 Person of the Year. Springsteen’s memoir ‘Born to Run’ (Simon & Schuster) and its companion album ‘Chapter and Verse’ were released in September 2016, and he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in November last year. Springsteen’s The River Tour 2016 was named the year’s top global tour by both Billboard and Pollstar. ‘Born to Run’ will be issued in paperback by Simon & Schuster this September.
Why isn’t his concert in Cleveland listed on the Verified Fan list? I don’t want to miss out on a great show bc Ticketmaster messed up!
Amazing performer. Have seen four times. On broadway and in DC.
I have lost husband and son back in 2009 and 2012.since that I lost a person thought there no one else this man walk into life then last year. I lost to sugar. I was now and out but with Bruce music I keep going. with all my heart I miss them but it keeps me up.
BUY THE CONCERT TICKETS!!! Get tickets and Just go!!!
If you really like him, I mean REALLY like him, not talking about "oh he's good" or "I Iike his music" but deep down to your soul and been on the ride with him then stop being a cheap ass and get the tickets. Not a bad seat in the place and you feel he's talking just to you. Religious Experience I drank my first sip of beer, not from my Dad, in a little coffee house outside Philadelphia called he Main Point. Bruce played his Greetings album. It's now a pizza shop where 16 year old freckled boys fling slices on the same stage as Springsteen, Brown, Taylor, Joplin, Hendrix and Elton John played. Got the same feeling at this show except the beer here was $15 instead of a mouthful from a quart of Schlitz.
It is the great honor and pleasure of my life to follow Bruce and The ESB since 1973. Because of Bruce's live performances I have made friends and have gotten to see parts of the world I never imagined possible. One of my greatest joys is introducing new fans, aka "Bruce Virgins", to the live show. Seeing their transformation, and joy in their eyes for the first time is remarkable (unfortunately it also creates more competition for tickets!) Thank you Bruce, thank you E St Band members present and past for my most cherished lifetime adventure. I hope the ride is as thrilling for you, and that it goes on and on and on.
Ever since seeing the Born in the USA tour in Rotterdam. And in the days after feeling Max Weinsbergs bass drum pounding in my chest i've been dreaming about this. Bruce alone on stage in a small venue. Hope i get some sleep tonight. Tickets go on sale tomorrow!
Springsteen was in top form. The band was tight and sounded great. They played for a little over 3 hours. No politics, just music and talking about what the songs meant. He really enjoyed being up there and it showed. Bruce and Steve when together were laughing it up. Two old buddies enjoying each others company and loving the fans as well. I loved Jake Clemons too.
The manis 64 years old and you would have thought he was in his 20's. He brought such an energy to the stage that it was truly unbelievable. No one holds a candle to this man. I've seen over 10 shows and have not left disappointed once, that's how good he is. Another good thing about seeing him live, is that you can see him multiple times. He never plays the same exact setlist and mixes it up all the time. Simply the best you can ask for. His ticket prices are very reasonable when you think about what you are getting, number one: the best live entertainer possibly ever, and number two: he is backed by an eighteen or nineteen piece band. Truly incredible. GO SEE HIS SHOW, YOU WILL NOT LEAVE UNHAPPY.
I've seen hundreds of concerts, but this was the first time I'd seen Bruce. It was everything and more than what I had been led to believe. I've never seen anyone command an audience, yet be so friendly and accessible to the fans. that's what got me: hoe much Bruce and the E Street Band were genuinely enjoying themselves! Lots of acts get burned out touring, and though they're polite and the show is good, it misses something. Not with Bruce. we enjoyed the hell out of him and he enjoyed the hell out of us. I will see him every single time he comes to Cleveland, from here on out.
Bruce is one of the best performers around. I've seen several of his shows including his new tour and it was unbelievable. Bruce and the E Street band are so energetic, you will be on your feet the entire time!
I have seen Bruce in concert 13 times and cant wait to see him again! I have one thing on my bucket list...FRONT ROW CENTER!
I went to the 2 shows in NJ. I've seen Bruce and the Band MANY times. These shows have an energy that over passes all the others. There were tender, uplifting and definitely ROCKIN' moments from beginning to end. I've never cried at his shows, but this time at the first I did. Now I felt like those girls at Elvis and Frank concerts but it wasn't just Bruce it was the whole atmosphere from the very beginning. Bruce crowd surfing showed that a 63 year old can hang with any young artist. I traveled from Las Vegas to NJ to see him and will see him again in LA.
This man is amazing and will not disappoint you! His show if full of great music from past to present. Absolutely amazing performer who is full of energy and really incorporates the whole audience into his show. Just about everyone from Fl loves BRUCE!
THEY DON'T CALL HIM THE BOSS FOR NO REASON. BY FAR, THE BEST CONCERTS I'VE EVER SEEN. I WISH HE WOULD PLAY IN FLORIDA! WE NEED OUR BRUCE-JUICE!
Anything by Mr. Springsteen is worth seeing LIVE. Past. Present. Future. HA!