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Playing April 17 at Bridgestone Arena Not to brag (and at the risk of sounding pathetic), tonight I'll see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band for the 23rd time. I've probably been to more Bruce Springsteen concerts than I have weddings or
The Boss will close out three days of performances around the Final Four in Dallas that are part of a music festival that has evolved into a blockbuster event...Andrew Dost of the pop-rock trio fun., which will perform before Springsteen, said there'
Springsteen has promoted local performers across the Tasman and is likely to do the same in Auckland. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band could try keeping it Kiwi witha bit of Mutton Birds during their Mt Smart concerts this weekend...It's the
More than a decade since his first visit to New Zealand, The Boss is returning, this time in a global tour supporting his latest album, High Hopes. The tour so far has also included Australia and, for the first time, a tour of South Africa in January.
The musician played the surprise album show' card to differentiate the Melbourne shows from the ones he played last year. The Perth and Adelaide shows, where Springsteen was touring for the first time, got a regular' show. Boss fans in Sydney and
Ticket Down has Slashed Ticket Prices on Bruce Springsteen Tickets in Pittsburgh, Nashville, Hershey, Uncasville, Albany, Atlanta, Sunrise and Tampa , Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticket Down announces that they have reduced ticket prices on
S nothing Bruce Springsteen fans wouldn't do to see The Boss' in concert. More than 250 people have lined up at the Entertainment Centre in 40C heat to secure the best general admission spots for the legendary American singer-songwriter's first ever
Story A collection of previously unreleased Bruce Springsteen material is out this week, titled "High Hopes." New albums have also been released from The Crystal Method and Broken Bells. CP Video Video Video There is a tremendous problem with income
I don't want the goofy rock'n'roll medleys, I don't want the covers, the honking geese saxophone flailings...Well, actually, Bruce Springsteen has ruined the new Bruce Springsteen album...All you salivating fans pay an annual sub and you get
Fans quick on the uptake to secure chance to see legendary band's sole NZ concert...Tickets for the show, at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium in April, went on sale at 9am yesterday...Promoter Frontier Touring said all 5000 $165.55 general admission