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As the string section left one side of the stage, the accordions came on the other and Bruce made this proclamation: A blistering "Wrecking Ball" kicked off the night's most intense stretch. Patti Scialfa is ill and unable to perform, prompting the first changes in the Springsteen on Broadway set since the official opening. Roy's plaintive piano flooded the stadium and we all eased into a gentle bath of sound. The song ended with Bruce once again repeating "He's singing" while cool mist floated through blue spotlights across the stage.
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He actually told a woman sitting next to me, whom sees him at the gym a few times a week, "See ya tomorrow! There was no sax player to be had, so the sax solo was replaced with guitar solos. It was a pure, heartfelt expression of love that surrounded us and lifted us up, a prayer of beautiful harmony and promise. Everything changed with "My City of Ruins. The trajectory of Springsteen on Broadway is not so much boy to man, but from the sugar-dusted peaks of his Sugar Pops to the western mountains he recalls vividly from his first journey from coast to coast. Sure, he can turn his band on a dime, call audibles left and right, teach his horn section a new song on the fly.
Such a massive, one-off production comes with risk. Anyone who thought Springsteen might be breaking out his glasses and sitting down to read from the book, however, as he did on stages when promoting his bestseller, will be relieved during the vivid childhood recollections of "Growin' Up" to witness how he interweaves the text with the music. Bruce took the stage in a River- era sky blue shirt at 7: Springsteen on Broadway runs Tuesday through Saturday nights, including show number on March 28 Setlist: Bruce had a firm hand on the wheel all night, the collective eyes of the band locked on him even more than usual, a breakneck pace maintained by The Boss from the band's entrance at 7:
Another way Springsteen might describe his magic trick — or love, or a band, or rock 'n' roll — is the equation "one plus one equals three. Bruce thanked City Mission for doing God's work before playing an affecting "My Hometown" that set a plaintive stage for perpetual powerhouse "Born to Run. As a final denouement of strings brought the masterpiece to a close, Bruce cheerfully thanked his guest musicians as they left the stage and cut to the heart of the matter: The story of Asbury Park in many ways is a story of America in microcosm, a conundrum that demands a long-form, multi-episode format. Haven't we already won these battles? This week, the citadel of rock 'n' roll has temporarily relocated to Brisbane, Australia. Adding to the atmosphere was the good ol' fashioned Australian rainstorm, which not only showered the waiting crowd with a torrential downpour but later pelted us with large hail!