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16 ***days ***ago
birdie
Bee Gees - Providence 1979
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2 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl I’ve been watching a ticket in Vancouver - out of morbid curiosity. It is a single ticket 3 rows in front of thr B stage. When I first noticed it, it was priced at $9,989 Cdn. It has fluctuated a bit, as low as around $9500. Just checked again. Brace yourselves… Crazy. Don’t see too many people having problems with these prices, I wonder why…
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteThe Joker I did the maths The most expensive seats in the house costs almost 1 USD per second based on a 120 mn show.. Just curious, that $8000 per ticket is that a secondary market or is that what are actually charging?
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2 ***months ***ago
birdie
Quotejon12345 QuoteWealthAndTaste Now that the dust has settled for that reason feel even better about taking the pit package yesterday, because if seats two thirds of the way back are $680 the pit is certainly worth the extra $100-odd even at the suckers price. (I am mixing cities but the idea holds). Keep in mind, in 5 years when you think back to the show, you'll remember how much fun you
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2 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteEllipooh Floor tix in Orlando are $495+ Rear GA past the B stage are $315+ And so on But as I check these prices, the availability is constantly changing (understandably). It is obvious that they are selling VIP packages and Official Platinum first. More tickets will follow, I promise. Philly side lowers were over $800 a ticket… hard pass.
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3 ***months ***ago
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Quoteslewan QuoteTopi (…) QuoteBruce Springsteen and The E Street Band delivered "the greatest show on earth" (Billboard) across Europe this past summer, 'greatest show on earth'???? what kind of drugs are they taking??[/quote Certainly up there with the best of them for the past 45 years!
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5 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteNashvilleBlues Quotebirdie 18 songs? I seem to recall another band that plays 18-19 songs per show, but I can’t remember who… Yes,I thinks it’s crazy that these older bands with such an extensive catalog play so few songs.
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5 ***months ***ago
birdie
18 songs?
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5 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteTopi MetLife #3 had "Two Hearts", "Jungleland" and "Jersey Girl". And "Spirit In The Night" returned. The only song they didn't play out of the Born To Run album last night was "Meeting Across The River"! I think it was 37 different songs in 3 nights. Also got Detroit Medley and Something in the Night. Incredible show last nig
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5 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteTopi Last night at MetLife #2 they played "Spirit In The Night". I believe that's the first song out of Greetings on this entire tour which started in February. I believe the played It’s Hard to be a Saint in the City in Brooklyn..
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5 ***months ***ago
birdie
Springsteen…Met Life…9/3
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6 ***months ***ago
birdie
Quoteslew I am surprised but glad to see that Mick is number one. That is correct for frontman he invented the modern frontman. I figured mercury would be at the top he's so overhyped since the movie. He had a great voice but Queen is just meh at least to me. I did not like some of the other rankings but oh well. At least they got Jagger correctly placed. Mercury had a commanding stag
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7 ***months ***ago
birdie
RIP Randy Meisner…A fantastic underrated bassist!
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7 ***months ***ago
birdie
OT-RIP Randy Meisner…a fantastic, underrated bassist!
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7 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteBowieStone Saw him too this weekend. Also not the biggest fan. To me he’s one of the great enigmas of popular music: never understood why he became so big. But I enjoy quite a few of his albums… even some later ones. Hyde Park was good, but he’s not the singer he once was. Also… if you play these large places… some visuals would be nice. I don’t mean pyrotechnics or dancers, but ‘the
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8 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteDan QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteKoen QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteRnT In the reviews many complaints about the so called 'Dutch disease'. Lots of people hardly paying attention to the artist. Talking and boozing instead and thereby spoiling the concert for the people who DO want to listen to the music. Happened in the Arena as well though the sound there was so bad tha
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9 ***months ***ago
birdie
Quotecrholmstrom Quotekeefmick I have been debating posting this for awhile now because I truly love Bruce. I have been to approximately 20-30 shows and always in the pit. Every show I have left I felt like I had been to a rock concert bordering on a religious experience. I couldn't wait until the next show. On this tour, while I loved the few shows I went to, that religious type experience
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9 ***months ***ago
birdie
Springsteen- Philadelphia this summer…
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11 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteTopi Usually it does evolve, but Little Steven's latest tweets and interviews give the impression they want to "tell a story" with this setlist. Very similar to The Tunnel of Love tour, very few changes in the set in the US. Once they hit Europe they mixed it up. Tunnel tour didn’t have a second run of US shows unfortunately. Still a great tour though.
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11 ***months ***ago
birdie
QuoteNashvilleBlues Quotecrholmstrom Quoteslewan QuoteTopi Boston setlist: 19:48 1. No Surrender 2. Ghosts 3. Prove It All Night 4. Letter to You 5. The Promised Land 6. Out in the Street 7. Candy's Room 8. Kitty's Back 9. Nightshift 10. Trapped 11. E Street Shuffle 12. Johnny 99 13. Last Man Standing 14. Backstreets 15. Because the Night 16. She's The One 17.
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11 ***months ***ago
birdie
Springsteen, Prudential Center, April…
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***1 year ***ago
birdie
Quotebam Bruce has only booked arenas in California this tour. I’m pretty sure that’s nothing new there. I believe the last time they played outdoors in Ca. was The Rising tour in ‘03 with two shows. They usually do arenas.
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***1 year ***ago
birdie
Bee Gees- Providence, 1979…
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***1 year ***ago
birdie
No-brainer……Bruce/E Street..
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2 ***years ***ago
birdie
Bruce also had Greetings and the Wild and Innocent, both from ‘73. That’s and incredible run of albums from ‘73-‘87.
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3 ***years ***ago
birdie
Springsteen from Nassau Coliseum 12/31/80. Incredible 38 song set just shy of 4 hrs. That tour is hard to match by anyone.
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3 ***years ***ago
birdie
Long time Silver Bullet band member has passed away after battle with colon cancer. Saw Seger many times and Alto Reed was always a big, enjoyable part of the show. Alto Reed, longtime saxophone player with Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, dies at 72
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3 ***years ***ago
birdie
Fantastic record that gets better with each listen. Bruce and the boys really nailed it!
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7 ***years ***ago
birdie
Quotewonderboy Quote35love *It was a joke. Bruce has got high class white man problem. Poor rich wife had to exasperatingly take him to a doc and say: he needs a pill! The horrors! At age 60 it hit. No more places left to vacation? This is his big selling autobiography secret? Give me a break. Top story reveal in the press (sell, sell, sell) Springsteen's fake working class
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7 ***years ***ago
birdie
Oakland 3/13/16 1-Meet Me In The City 2-The Ties That Bind 3-Sherry Darling 4-Jackson Cage 5-Two Hearts 6-Independence Day 7-Hungry Heart 8-Out In The Street 9-Crush On You 10-You Can Look.... 11-I Wanna Marry You 12-The River 13-Point Blank 14-Cadillac Ranch 15-I'm A Rocker 16-Fade Away 17-Stolen Car 18-Ramrod 19-The Price You Pay 20-Drive All Night 21-Wreck On The Hi
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