14. April 2018 – „Springsteen On Broadway“

Bruce Springsteens einhundertelfter Auftritt am New Yorker Broadway.

Setlist:

Growin‘ Up
My Hometown
My Father’s House
The Wish
Thunder Road
The Promised Land
Born in the USA
10th Avenue Freeze-Out
Tougher Than the Rest (mit Patti Scialfa)
Brilliant Disguise (mit Patti Scialfa)
Long Walk Home
The Rising
Dancing in the Dark
Land of Hope and Dreams
Born to Run

Die “River Tour” führte Bruce Springsteen, Roy Bittan, Clarence Clemons, Danny Federici, Garry Tallent, Steven Van Zandt und Max Weinberg im April 1981 erstmals für vier Konzerte nach Deutschland. Der “Boss” begeisterte vor mittlerweile 37 Jahren die Fans in Hamburg (Kongresshalle), Berlin (ICC), Frankfurt (Festhalle) und München (Olympiahalle).

Das erste Konzert auf europäischem Boden nach 1975 spielte Bruce Springsteen am Abend des 7. April 1981 in der ausverkauften Kongresshalle in Hamburg.

Bei dieser Show feierten “Prove It All Night”, “Out In The Street”, “Darkness On The Edge Of Town”, “Independence Day”, “Who’ll Stop The Rain”, “Two Hearts”, “The Promised Land”, “The River”, “Badlands”, “Cadillac Ranch”, “Sherry Darling”, “Hungry Heart”, “Fire”, “You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)”, “Wreck On The Highway”, “Racing In The Street”, “Ramrod” sowie das Status Quo Cover “Rockin’ All Over The World” ihre Europapremieren.

Setlist – 07.04.1981 KONGRESSHALLE, HAMBURG
Prove it all Night, Out in the Street, 10th Avenue Freeze-Out, Darkness on the Edge of Town, Independence Day, Who’ll Stop the Rain, Two Hearts, Promised Land, The River, Badlands, Thunder Road, Cadillac Ranch, Sherry Darling, Hungry Heart, Fire, You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch), Wreck on the Highway, Racing in the Street, Backstreets, Ramrod, Rosalita, Born to Run, Detroit Medley, Rockin’ All Over the World

Zwei Tage später war die E Street Band im “Internationalen Congress Centrum” Berlin zu Gast. Bruce Springsteen eröffnete die Show erstmals mit “Factory” und erfreute die knapp 10.000 Zuschauer ausserdem mit den Europapremieren von “Factory” und dem Woody Guthrie Klassiker “This Land Is Your Land”.

Setlist – 09.04.1981 ICC, BERLIN
Factory, Prove it all Night, Out in the Street, 10th Avenue Freeze-Out, Darkness on the Edge of Town, Independence Day, Who’ll Stop the Rain, Two Hearts, Promised Land, This Land is Your Land, The River, Badlands, Thunder Road, Cadillac Ranch, Sherry Darling, Hungry Heart, Fire, You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch), Wreck on the Highway, Racing in the Street, Backstreets, Ramrod, Rosalita (Come Out Tonight), Born to Run, Detroit Medley, Rockin’ All Over the World, Twist and Shout

Nach einem Konzert im “Hallen Stadion”, Zürich, kehrte Bruce Springsteen am 14. April 1981 nach Deutschland zurück, um eines der besten Konzerte der River Tour zu spielen. Auch die Frankfurter Festhalle war restlos ausverkauft.

Setlist – 14.04.1981 FESTHALLE, FRANKFURT
Factory, Prove it all Night, Out in the Street, 10th Avenue Freeze-Out, Darkness on the Edge of Town, Independence Day, Who’ll Stop the Rain, Two Hearts, The Promised Land, This Land is Your Land, The River, Badlands, Thunder Road, Cadillac Ranch, Sherry Darling, Hungry Heart, Fire, You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch), Point Blank, Racing in the Street, Backstreets, Ramrod, Rosalita, Born to Run, Detroit Medley, Rockin’ All Over the World

Zum Abschluss der Deutschland Tournee stand ein Konzert in der ausverkauften Münchner Olympiahalle auf dem Plan. 12.500 Fans feierten die Europapremiere von “The Ties that Bind”.

Setlist – 16.04.1981 – OLYMPIAHALLE, MÜNCHEN
Factory, Prove it all Night, The Ties that Bind, Out in the Street, Darkness on the Edge of Town, Independence Day, Who’ll Stop the Rain, Two Hearts, Promised Land, This Land is Your Land, The River, Badlands, Thunder Road, Cadillac Ranch, Sherry Darling, Hungry Heart, Fire, You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch), Wreck on the Highway, Racing in the Street, Backstreets, Ramrod, Rosalita (Come Out Tonight), Born to Run, Detroit Medley, Rockin’ All Over the World

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