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SETLIST SUNRISE, BB&T Center, 16/02/2016

 
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MessagePosté le: Mar 16 Fév - 20:10 (2016)    Sujet du message: SETLIST SUNRISE, BB&T Center, 16/02/2016 Répondre en citant

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"I just wanna say to the E Street Band: stay strong, remain emotionally open, stand together, and know that your millions of fans love you, and will always be grateful for what you’ve given us, whatever the future holds. I love you". SCOTT KEMPNER.
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MessagePosté le: Mer 17 Fév - 07:05 (2016)    Sujet du message: SETLIST SUNRISE, BB&T Center, 16/02/2016 Répondre en citant

Starting time: 8:03 p.m.
Setlist
1. Meet Me In The City
2. The Ties That Bind
3. Sherry Darling
4. Jackson Cage
5. Two Hearts
6. Independence Day
7. Hungry Heart
8. Out In The Street
9. Crush On You
10. You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
11. I Wanna Marry You
12. The River
13. Point Blank
14. Cadillac Ranch
15. I’m A Rocker
16. Fade Away
17. Stolen Car
18. Ramrod
19. The Price You Pay
20. Drive All Night
21. Wreck On The Highway
22. Badlands
23. Wrecking Ball
24. My Love Will Not Let You Down
25. Because The Night
26. Brilliant Disguise
27. The Rising
28. Thunder Road
29. Born To Run
30. Dancing In The Dark
31. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
32. Bobby Jean
33. Shout
End Time: 11:18 p.m.
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MessagePosté le: Mer 17 Fév - 18:20 (2016)    Sujet du message: SETLIST SUNRISE, BB&T Center, 16/02/2016 Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Mer 17 Fév - 19:14 (2016)    Sujet du message: SETLIST SUNRISE, BB&T Center, 16/02/2016 Répondre en citant

Thirty-five years down the road, the only thing that changed was the road. It seems like yesterday, nine of us stuffed in two small cars singing Bruce classics along the Indiana Toll Road to the Chicago Skyway, Dan Ryan and Kennedy and finally Lawrence Avenue and the already-seen-better-days Uptown Theatre. It was October 1980 and The River album was still on trucks, yet to be delivered to your now-long-gone neighborhood record store.
Times change, life changes over and over and, as the man says, it comes right at you. So this time the road was Alligator Alley, those Midwest winters finally too much to take, and just two of us headed off to someplace called Sunrise and a building named after a bank, with The River in a fancy box with lots of other stuff.
To this day I am convinced the only thing that rivals a Bruce show (and it is surely a show, not a concert) is the anticipation of it, and that just seems to raise the stakes. After all, we endured the online ordering nightmare wishing for the days when we stood outside for hours until our local Sears store with a ticket machine finally opened the doors.
But I did have a concern based on my only barometer for this tour, opening night in Pittsburgh. There was way too much chitchat that night, and that is being kind.  Songs that resonated with me for the many decades were tainted by folks who were there for only old hits and arena-rattling rockers. As Bruce said again tonight as he led us down to the River: this album is about work, commitment and family.  It deserves our time, our money and our respect.
I lucked out in Florida. The "best available" tickets turned out to be on the side of the stage, tucked in between Charlie's back and Soozie's side. And my newfound friends in section 122 were kindred spirits; they came for the music, all of it. A young lady in front of me even apologized in advance because she likes to dance a lot. I told her to just dance the night away.
By now you know the drill, and probably the setlist, too.  No surprises, no premieres, and maybe one fulfilled request. So we'll go straight to the highlights, which included Bruce looking quite happy to escape the winter weather for this solo date in the Sunshine State.
I knew going in that "Independence Day" would be the litmus test for the entire evening, the first of the straight-from-the-heart treasure chest on the album.  It was treated around me just as it was those nights at the Uptown, some couples even holding on to one another and just moving their lips.
The trio of "Out in the Street," "Crush on You," and "You Can Look" stood tall among the rockers, even more so than the old standbys of "Cadillac Ranch" and "Ramrod." Still, it was another threesome that would define the night, if you were in the right place with the right people, and tonight it was like winning the trifecta at a Florida greyhound track: "The Price You Pay," "Drive All Night," and "Wreck on the Highway" quietly soared, bringing me back to a place that I thought was long gone. Imagine, if you will, any tour of the last decades where you got all three in one night. I dare say you would have floated out of the arena.
Other notable moments included a marriage proposal in the rarified air of the third level during "I Wanna Marry You"; Jake at one point taking over duties on the harmonica; and Steve taking the stage for "Meet Me in the City" (a song that was finally well received, by the way) looking like a clone of Darth Vader or Johnny Cash.
Not everyone was as lucky as me tonight — reports from the pit of rude behavior were numerous, and it left a bad taste for many of the tour diehards. But as I walked out into the beautiful Florida night I thought about those many days and nights along the trail with Bruce and E Street since the Uptown Shows.  I wouldn't change a thing and lets hope the sheer joy of The River never changes, either.
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