Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out: Bruce Springsteen

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  1. Hedley Says:

    In the early shows that I saw on the Born to Run tour, Bruce would open with Thunder Road bathed in a blue light from behind and accompanied only by Roy Bittan on piano

    Then the lights would go up white, Clarence would stroll out in his white suit and all heck would break loose, They would chase each other around the stage, up on to the speakers and the show would rock. Live they introduced a slightly different end to TAFO which added to the drama and excitement

    Sometimes we talk about which artists have been a constant in one’s life journey not only from the point of view that you continue to play their catalog but that they still release music that is interesting and relevant. Bruce still does that (so does Dylan) for us

    • katry Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      The longevity of my favorite artists amazes and gladdens me. I never thought about the end of their music, never expecting it to happen. Happily, there is no end to something new.

      I remember the concerts I attended though few were as dramatic as the one you just described.

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