Music

2 Alle Pins3 Følgere
Springsteen wants his audience to leave the arena, as he commands them, with “your back hurting, your voice sore, and your sexual organs stimulated.”

We Are Alive

Springsteen wants his audience to leave the arena, as he commands them, with “your back hurting, your voice sore, and your sexual organs stimulated.”

Bruce Springsteen has been around for a long time—as I say in my Profile this week, I first saw him onstage in 1973, when he was the opening act for Chicago—and the performances he is giving now, at sixty-two, even after losing Danny Federici and Clarence Clemons, are extraordinary. He is as he always was: vividly alive, committed, goofy, ferocious, trying new things, deliciously too much.

Springsteen’s Golden Age: 1978

Bruce Springsteen has been around for a long time—as I say in my Profile this week, I first saw him onstage in 1973, when he was the opening act for Chicago—and the performances he is giving now, at sixty-two, even after losing Danny Federici and Clarence Clemons, are extraordinary. He is as he always was: vividly alive, committed, goofy, ferocious, trying new things, deliciously too much.

Pinterest
Søk