Archivo de la etiqueta: sweden

‘Born to run’ TV interviews

Bruce interviewed at CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Recorded September 22nd, aired September 23rd 2016:




Bruce interviewed at STV (Sweden) program “Skavlan”. Recorded in New York City September 23rd 2016:

Bruce interviewed for Australian TV’s “Sunday Night”. Aired September 19th 2016:

Bruce interviewed for CBS’ “Sunday Morning”. Aired September 18th 2016:

23.07.2016 Ullevi Stadium, Goteborg, Sweden

Meet Me In The City
The Ties That Bind
Sherry Darling
Jackson Cage
Two Hearts
Independence Day
Hungry Heart
Out in the Street
Crush On You
You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
I Wanna Marry You
The River
Point Blank
Cadillac Ranch
I’m a Rocker
Fade Away
Stolen Car
Ramrod
The Price You Pay
Drive All Night
Wreck on the Highway

Badlands
The Promised Land
Candy’s Room
She’s the One
Because the Night
The Rising
Land of Hope and Dreams
Born in the U.S.A.
Born to Run
Seven Nights to Rock
Dancing in the Dark
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Shout
Twist And Shout

Goteborg

The River tour reached the shores of Sweden this past weekend, with two shows at Goteborg’s Ullevi Stadium, where Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band performed 55 different songs.

The first night was quite similar to the typical 2016 European tour sets: few songs off The River and lots of standard songs from recent tours, plus a few surprises like the piano version of “The Promise” in the opening slot, a great “Save My Love” or the tour premieres of “Tunnel of Love” and “Shackled and Drawn”. The show lasted 3 hours and 58 minutes and became the second longest ever (only after the epic Helsinki performance in 2012), and ties with New Year’s 1980 as the one with most songs (38).

But the second night, Monday Night, things got reversed and it was finally a “proper” River tour show: 10 songs off The River (including “The Price You Pay”, “Independence Day” and “I’m a Rocker” -first Euro appearance this year-), along with numerous rarities and tour premieres: “Racing in the Street”, “Lucky Town”, “Mary’s Place” (opening the show), “Something in the Night”, “Candy’s Room”, “Jole Blon” or the majestic “Jungleland”. An acoustic rendition of “This Hard Land” said goodbye to one of the countries where Springsteen’s fandom is stronger (Bruce will be back for a third round in late July).

See all European tour setlists.

“The River tour” llega a Suecia

La gira The River llegó a Goteborg, Suecia, este fin de semana, con dos conciertos en el Ullevi Stadium donde Springsteen interpretó 55 canciones diferentes.

La primera noche no se apartó demasiado del guión de esta gira europea: pocas de The River y muchas canciones recicladas de giras recientes, más algunas sorpresas, como la versión al piano de “The Promise” con la que abrió el concierto, “Save My Love” o los estrenos de “Tunnel of Love” y “Shackled and Drawn”. La noche se alargó hasta las 3 horas y 58 minutos, pasando a ser el segundo concierto más largo de su carrera (tras el de Helsinki en 2012, el cual superó las 4 horas) y el primero con más canciones distintas (38, la misma cifra que el concierto de fin de año de 1980 en el Nassau Coliseum de Nueva York).

Pero la segunda noche, ayer lunes, dio un vuelco y volvió a ser River tour: 10 canciones del disco (incluyendo “The Price You Pay”, “Independence Day” y “I’m a Rocker” -primera aparición europea-), junto a numerosas sorpresas y estrenos: “Racing in the Street” (con un soberbio Roy Bittan al piano), “Lucky Town”, “Mary’s Place” (en la apertura), “Something in the Night”, “Candy’s Room”, “Jole Blon” o la majestuosa “Jungleland”. Cerró la velada con una versión acústica de “This Hard Land” para despedirse de una de las ciudades europeas con mayor ratio de fans (y donde volverá a finales de Julio, para un tercer concierto en el mismo estadio).

Ver repertorios de toda la gira europea.

Two more shows added in Scandinavia

EntradasWhen you thought that was it… new shows have been added to the European tour itinerary. There will be two more shows in Scandinavia, where Bruce seems to be more succesful selling tickets these days. A third night at Goteborg‘s Ullevi stadium on July 23rd, one month after the first two shows, plus a show at CASA Arena in Horsens, in the center of Denmark, three days earlier.

20 July – CASA Arena, Horsens, Denmark (tickets onsale March 7th at 10:00)
23 July – Ullevi Stadium, Goteborg, Sweden (tickets onsale March 7th at 9:00)