Bruce shouted to the band as the song ended, and I saw Roy waving his hand over his head to the rest of the band.
Your palms turned salty white on the wheel from the aridity.
Bruce performed solo, his voice and guitar the only sound in the crowded arena.
An honest-to-god breeze swept through the pit as Bruce crooned "He's singing…" over and over, the strings giving wing to the pleas of the song's narrator as Bruce whispered poetry over Garry's basslines.
Bruce took the stage in a River- era sky blue shirt at 7:
After tracing some E Street glory and man, does "Tenth Avenue Freeze-out" on the piano not disappoint, confident and soulfulwe'll find ourselves in the realm of "Brilliant Disguise," "Living Proof," and "Long Time Comin'.
This is for those folks… and for all of you.
Goddamn it, I was still just a normal guy!
So does it matter that the second act basically turns into a concert?
We know the Isley Brothers wrote "Shout," and it's been played by a million bands since.