Got home at 2:30am.
Did not feel good on Saturday. This is what happens when you spend 5hrs in a private box at a show
that is rented by a beer company. Beers flowing all night I felt pretty good. I think the 2 bottles of red did it back at the bar.
Anyhow, I really did enjoy the concert. For a guy who is 63 he can still move. He was on stage for 3hrs 20 mins and he took a 10min break in that time.
He played a lot of stuff from his latest album, The Wrecking Ball that I am not over familiar with, but it sounded like the rest of the audience was.
When he played the old standby's the crowd went wild.
The group was good, but the sax player Jake Clemons (nephew of Clarence) really had big shoes to step into did a fare job but was not Clarence Clemons
Bruces voice sounded real good he energy was astounding in all a very good show.
Canadians don't give a crap about his politics!
To true, I could not care if he is Black or White or what his political or religious views are.
" the boss" sucks... the Waters, wall show was superior! I think the F'n Britt will agree.
They are 2 different kind of shows. Waters definitely has the best visuals and over all sound. Bruce was more interactive
had the audience eating out of his hand, especially when he fell backwards and let the crowed carry him around for 3/4 mins.
hewlew1 wrote:To each his own. I would not go see the Boss if he was playing across the fucking street!
I agree, each to his own. I do like the Boss so Fuck You
radioeng2 wrote:Personally, I'm waiting with bated breath (or some kind of breath) for Brian's report. Kinda hoping he comes back with a good report like maybe that Springsteen has hired a new lead singer or something. His band's not bad. Not bad at all!
Hope you had good time, even if you can't bring that good of news Brian!!
Sorry to tell you, they kept that old guy as front man