5 Local Performances That Prove Bruce Springsteen Still Rocks at 67
Happy 67th birthday to the one and only Bruce Springsteen! What better way for The Boss to celebrate his special day than by releasing his brand new album?
According to Billboard, Bruce's latest, Chapter and Verse, is being labeled as a companion album to coincide with his new book titled Born to Run, which hits book stores Tuesday.
I had the chance to see Bruce recently when he performed at Citizens Bank Park in Philly. The Boss played non-stop for nearly 4 hours in close to 100 degree heat! The show was simply amazing, and Bruce has never sounded better.
If you don't believe me, check out these 5 times that prove that The Boss still has it even in his late 60's.
I had to start with this concert. The River Tour will go down as one of his best tours ever. This classic from Bruce energized the whole entire stadium!
I had to add this show from Met Life Stadium. I'm amazed how much energy and passion Bruce still has at the young age of 67. He even helps a young man pull off the perfect proposal!
Watch Bruce and the band perform an awesome version of Atlantic City. I'm sure it was a no-brainer to play this one live at Boardwalk Hall!
Here's a rare clip of Bruce playing with Clarence Clemons and the Red Bank Rockers. The quality of this video isn't the greatest, but I'm sure this must of been one special night.
I had the pleasure of seeing Bruce at The Spectrum on more than one occasion. This clip is from his Working On A Dream Tour. Watch Bruce pull his mom up on stage to dance at the end of Dancing In The Dark. It's magic!