Reunion Park, Dallas, Texas 6.04.2014
Bruce Springsteen rocked Nashville last night for three hours and thirteen minutes. His show in the Music City featured two great covers of Elvis Presley’s “Burning Love” and the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction”, plus the returns of “I’m On Fire”, “Downbound Train” and “Born in the U.S.A.”.
The encores featured “The Wall”, followed by an unexpected and fantastic version of “Point Blank” (first time ever the song appears as an encore), one of the jewels from The River that rarely appears in the live show.
The 3-hour Columbus show kicked off last night with “High Hopes”, followed by the always intense “Adam Raised a Cain”. Highlights included the tour debut of “Blinded by the Light”, plus the comebacks of “Prove it All Night” (with ’78 intro), “Trapped”, “Light of Day” (closing the main set) and “Backstreets” (first encore). The show closed with the solo organ version of “Dream Baby Dream”.
The live downloads are back at the official store. The Cincinnatti and Virginia Beach live recordings can be purchased now.
This video-animation created by the people at Radio.com offers an interview with Bruce from 1980 at WNEW-FM in New York, where he talks about meeting Garry for the first time.