So yes, it was incredible. I’ve been thinking a lot about something Bruce himself said when inducting Dylan into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Something about how Dylan freed your mind the way Elvis freed your body. Maybe he does, but I’m thinking Bruce almost frees the soul. The preacher-rap thing he does during “Mary’s Place” really didn’t feel out of place. This isn’t a rock and roll show. This is musical uplifting and affirmation. It’s three hours of great music, but it’s also three hours of hope, three hours of faith in the redemption of humankind, and three hours of bridging the chasm that exists between every person and every other person. It was also a hell of a lot of fun. I could say more, but why? If you haven’t seen him, see him. If you’ve seen him, see him again. And if you were there, feel blessed and share the word.



Out In The Street 
Radio Nowhere 
No Surrender 
Lonesome Day 
Spirit In The Night 
Good Rockin’ Tonight [Tour Premiere—first since 1980]
Growin’ Up 
I’m Going Down 
Held Up Without A Gun 
Loose Ends 
Murder Incorporated 
She’sThe One                                                                                                                                                The Promised Land 
Mary’s Place 
I’m On Fire 
The Rising 
Last To Die 
Long Walk Home 

Girls In Their Summer Clothes 
Thunder Road                                                                                            Born To Run 
I Fought The Law [Tour Premiere]
American Land 
Dancing In The Dark


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2 Responses to “Bruuuuuuuce”

  1. Ricky Says:

    Yes, but did he sing “I ain’t nothin’ but tired” repeatedly like Dylan did at Toad’s Place?

  2. eljoe1235 Says:

    Signs point to no. Actually, I believe he uses a teleprompter, not that he needs one for that one.


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