Rolling Stone Online proclaimed of a rehearsal concert, “Springsteen seemed to offer a renewed sense of purpose and optimism onstage, rejuvenating and uniting a people in danger of loosing their faith.”
In addition to headlining concerts with the E Street Band on their own tour, Springsteen and the E Street Band will perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary concert in New York on October 29th and will share the stage with Simon & Garfunkel, Stevie Wonder and others.
“Springsteen is a better showman today than in 1984,” said Ricardo Baca of The Denver Post. While Sara Rodman of the Boston Globe wrote, “Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band don‚t have to play for tour hours and 40 minutes. Now, when they play, is it a requirement that Springsteen fall to his knees, shimmy and shake, attack his guitar like he‚s still discovering new sounds it can make or take audience requests that he and his band don’t know how to play Springsteen and his band did all of that and more.”
For more information on the tour and concert go to brucespringsteen.com.