Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - Bonnaroo Photos

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed across the globe in 2009 on their Working on a Dream world tour.  The Boss brought his full band to perform at the Bonnaroo Music Festival.  Bruce Springsteen's show had the other 5 main stages closed.  100,000 music fans filled the field in front of What Stage to see his historic 4 1/2 hour long performance.

Bruce Springsteen stuck around Bonnaroo to perform with Phish a day later on June 14.  It was obvious that Bruce Springsteen loved being at Bonnaroo and his performance was full of soul.  His huge heart could be heard through his soulful voice which roared emotion.

Joined by Steven Van Zandt, Max Weinberg, Clarence Clemons, Roy Bittan, Garry Tallent, Patti Scialfa, Soozie Tyrell & rest of the E Street Band, Bruce Springsteen put on a memorable performance that was one of Bonnaroo's best!

More stock Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band photos from Bonnaroo at Performance Impressions

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - Bonnaroo Setlist -

1. Badlands
2. No Surrender
3. My Lucky Day
4. Outlaw Pete
5. Out In The Street
6. Working On A Dream
7. Seeds
8. Johnny 99
9. Youngstown
10. Raise Your Hand
11. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
12. Growin' Up
13. Thunder Road
14. Waitin' On A Sunny Day
15. The Promised Land
16. The River
17. Kingdom of Days
18. Radio Nowhere (w. Jay Weinberg on drums)
19. Lonesome Day
20. The Rising
21. Born To Run

22 Hard Times
23. 10th Ave Freeze Out
24. Land Of Hope & Dreams
25. American Land
26. Rosalita
27. Glory Days
28. Dancing In The Dark





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1 comment:

Laser said...

Bruce Springsteen's Darkness on the Edge of Town broke new ground for The Boss in 1978. A counterpoint to the operatic elegance of Born to Run, the album was an angry, raw record that burst forth after a three-year hiatus.

Because of its darker tones, some might call Darkness a difficult album, but despite this, it's a cherished gem for many.

Collecting stories and photos from hundreds of fans, The Light in Darkness celebrates this classic record, allowing readers to revisit the excitement of that moment when the needle found the grooves in that first cut and the thundering power of "Badlands" shook across the hi-fi for the very first time. Or the uninitiated, but soon-to-be-converted teenager, brought along by friends and finding salvation at one of the legendary three-plus hour concerts - shows that embodied all the manic fury of a revival meeting.

The book is also for those more recent converts to The Boss who may have stumbled across a dusty bootleg in a used record store - discovering the magic of the Agora or the Winterland shows.

Finally, The Light in Darkness is for those who never gave Bruce's fourth album much consideration; those more partial to the high-polished sounds of Born to Run or the stadium-rousing choruses of Born in the U.S.A. For the skeptics, just read the tales of those who struggle with the dark and trembling frustration of "Something in the Night," the open-road emptiness of "Racing in the Street," and the too-faraway hope of "The Promised Land." A troubling album indeed. But the passion, the connection, the thrill of the fans as they explore this classic record will make a convert of anyone.

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