As you know, Bruce Springsteen’s 2012 Wrecking Ball Tour is quickly coming to an end. Bruce has played more than 90 shows, 100′s of songs, in over 15 countries since the beginning of the tour on March 18, 2012. For those fans lucky enough to have witnessed one (or several) of his concerts this year, you know Bruce and the E Street Band are firing on all cylinders – it’s miraculous to consider the fact that this 63-year-old is probably at the height of his long concert career.
Read what journalist and blogger Peter Chianca had to say about Bruce and the tour:
The themes of this tour — loss, living with ghosts, bringing new faces into the fold, moving on while honoring the past, a refusal to go gentle into that good night — have made it one of the most moving and satisfying Springsteen tours ever. The depth and breadth of the material, the willingness to dive head first into uncharted waters and Springsteen’s amazing, seemingly indefatigable drive, energy and devotion to the audience never cease to amaze. By the end of the eight-song encore, with Springsteen feigning (?) exhaustion and his perennial sideman Steven Van Zandt prowling over him with a wet sponge to revive him for two more songs, band and crowd were one – a huge, sweaty, smiling mass of rock ’n’ roll redemption.
Peter Chianca Blogness on the Edge of Town
To help relive and capture the amazing memories of this year’s tour, we are offering a superb selection of six live concert photos from various cities on the tour schedule.
The images were taken by super-fan Dan Reiner and are beautiful, high-quality 8” x 10” colour photographs. Anyone who purchases a copy of the limited edition book The Light in Darkness will receive an original photograph* as a special bonus. We have only printed 5 of each image so they will probably not last very long.
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