Nov 15 2007

Setlist: 14.11.2007 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mellon Arena

Bruce Springsteen Live in Concert

14. November 2007 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mellon Arena

Setlist:
Radio Nowhere
The Ties That Bind
Lonesome Day
Gypsy Biker
Magic
Reason to Believe
Night
She’s the One
Livin’ in the Future
The Promised Land
Code of Silence
Backstreets
Working on the Highway
Devil’s Arcade
The Rising
Last to Die
Long Walk Home
Badlands
Youngstown
Girls in Their Summer Clothes
Kitty’s Back
Born to Run
Dancing in the Dark
American Land

Mehr Infos, Berichte und Fotos findet ihr im Tourtagebuch.

Das nächste Konzert: 15. November 2007 – Albany, NY – Times Union Center

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Nov 13 2007

Bon Jovi Worldtour 2007 / 2008

Bon Jovi Lost Highway

Bon Jovis “Lost Highway Tour” wird im Dezember fortgesetzt.
Unter anderem wird Jon Bon Jovi mit seiner Combo in Japan, Australien, Neuseeland, Nordamerika und Deutschland auftreten:

22. Mai 2008 Gelsenkirchen – Veltins Arena
24. Mai 2008 München – Olympiastadion
25. Mai 2008 Leipzig – Zentralstadion
28. Mai 2008 Hamburg – HSH Nordbank Arena
29. Mai 2008 Stuttugart – Gottlieb-Daimler Stadion
03. Juni 2008 Frankfurt, Commerzbank Arena
… den vorläufigen Tourplan könnt ihr hier einsehen.

Der exklusive Vorverkauf startet am 13.11. Karten gibts bei EVENTIM.

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Nov 13 2007

Setlist: 12.11.2007 – Washington, DC – Verizon Arena

Bruce Springsteen Live in Concert

12. November 2007 – Washington, DC – Verizon Arena

Setlist:
Radio Nowhere
The Ties That Bind
Lonesome Day
Gypsy Biker
Magic
Reason To Believe
Jackson Cage
She’s The One
Livin’ In The Future
The Promised Land
Town Called Heartbreak
Backstreets
Working on the Highway
Devil’s Arcade
The Rising
Last To Die
Long Walk Home
Badlands
Girls In Their Summer Clothes
Thunder Road
Born To Run
Dancing In The Dark
American Land

Mehr Infos, Berichte und Fotos findet ihr im Tourtagebuch.

Das nächste Konzert: 14. November 2007 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mellon Arena

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Nov 12 2007

Setlist: 11.11.2007 – Washington, DC – Verizon Arena

Bruce Springsteen Live in Concert

11. November 2007 – Washington, DC – Verizon Arena

Setlist:
Radio Nowhere
No Surrender
Lonesome Day
Gypsy Biker
Magic
Reason To Believe
Night
She’s The One
Livin’ In The Future
The Promised Land
I’ll Work For Your Love
Tunnel Of Love
Working On The Highway
Devil’s Arcade
The Rising
Last To Die
Long Walk Home
Badlands
Girls In Their Summer Clothes
Growin’ Up
Kitty’s Back
Born To Run
Dancing In The Dark
American Land

Mehr Infos, Berichte und Fotos findet ihr im Tourtagebuch.

Das nächste Konzert: 12. November 2007 – Washington, DC – Verizon Arena

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Nov 11 2007

Benefizshow “Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation” mit Bruce

Bruce Springsteen ist gestern Abend anlässlich einer Benefizshow für “Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation” im New Yorker “Chelsea Piers” aufgetreten.

Setlist:
California Sun
Working on the Highway
Yankees Win
Thunder Road
Bobby Jean
Dancing in the Dark
Glory Days

Backstreets.com meldet:

Notes: The fifth annual Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation benefit featured Bob Costas as Master of Ceremonies, a whole host of Yankees in the crowd, Billy Crystal cracking wise, and Bruce Springsteen batting clean-up with a rollicking half-hour acoustic set. Saying that he had been a Yankee fan since he was a kid, Bruce offered a riff on the Beverly Hillbillies theme about Torre heading for Beverly (Hills, that is…) which went right into a hard-strummed take on the Rivieras’ “California Sun,” with modified lyrics also in honor of Torre: “I’m goin’ to where the palm trees are swayin’/Nobody gonna second-guess just who I’m playin’!”. After “Working on the Highway” it was a new original, written for the occasion in the spirit of “I’m Turning Into Elvis” and “Freehold,” call this one “Yankees Win.” Bruce joked it would be the first cut on his next album, and the song got a little ribald as he described Patti in a Yankee hat and pinstripes… Everyone got a chuckle. Solo takes on “Thunder Road,” “Bobby Jean” (with Bruce struggling to find the melody) and “Dancing in the Dark” followed. Finally, he asked Patti and Bernie Williams to join him. Patti grabbed a tambourine, Bernie a guitar (and he knows his way around it, for sure). Bruce made a joke about Bernie getting too old for baseball — but he’s just a baby if he goes into the music business at this point. They let it go with a great rendition of “Glory Days,” the song about not crying over what you had and what you lost. Bernie did a wonderful jazz interlude during the middle of the song. Patti and Bruce sang together, Bernie and Bruce sang together, and everyone just had grins on their faces. Looking around the room, there were Bob Costas and Joe Torre were singing along, Bernie’s kids excited that he’s up on stage doing a song with Bruce Springsteen, and just a lot of people happy to get this close to Bruce in such an intimate environment and watch him enjoy himself. This was not a job tonight. This was a favor for a good friend, for a good cause, and it was all wrapped up in Yankee pinstripes. I doubt if next year’s benefit will have this same flavor, but these last licks were good.

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