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Adelaide: Springsteen protests

«America is a nation of immigrants and we find this anti-democratic and fundamentally un-American» (Adelaide 30-01-2017)

Bruce Springsteen is angry, like millions of other people in his country and worldwide. And he showed it today with his intro to «American Land» at his Adelaide concert.

The message continued during the rest of the show, in songs like «Land of Hope and Dreams», «Trapped», «Wrecking Ball», «Youngstown» or «Murder Incorporated».

Several surprises awaited for the Adelaide audience: Van Morrison’s «Brown-Eyed Girl», plus Springsteen’s own classic «Racing in the Street» and a beautiful acoustic version of «If I Should Fall Behind» opening the encores.

Richie Sambora was a guest tonight, for «Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out» and «Shout», before the show closed with a festive «Rosalita».

See complete setlist.

All these nice photos are courtesy of Hans Martin Kern.

30.01.2017 Entertainment Centre Arena, Adelaide, Australia

New York City Serenade *
American Land
The Ties That Bind
No Surrender
Land of Hope and Dreams
Spirit in the Night
Glory Days
Hungry Heart
Wrecking Ball
Something in the Night
Darlington County
Brown-Eyed Girl
Murder Incorporated
Death to my Hometown
Racing in the Street
Because the Night
She’s The One
The Rising
Thunder Road

If I Should Fall Behind (solo acoustic)
Born to Run
Dancing in the Dark
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out +
Shout +
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

* with strings / con sección de cuerdas
+ with / con Richie Sambora