As Bruce Springsteen and the E- Street Band celebrate one of the best and most inspiring tours of Germany. It was the first time that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band has been in Germany since 1988 when they last played Old Iron Curtain in East Berlin. They played at Berlin’s Olympic Stadium to a sold out crowd of 58,000 fans. This was the second largest show that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band has ever played. it was an amazing three days in Germany ad Bruce thanks Germany for having him.
In fact Bruce was so grateful to have an amazing audience that night and then he spoke out i fluent German about the ” Greedy Thieves” and “Robber Barons”. Bruce sang several new songs from his newly released “Wrecking Ball” CD. Then Bruce got into the tough economic times that all have lead to the tough times ad put so many people out of work, and led to the debt crises in Greece. Bruce also comments on all the Americas that are out of Jobs as well. The Boss the goes on to play a song for all those that are struggling and plays ” Jack f all Trades”.
This ended Bruce Springsteen three days in Germany, but he continues to tour through out Europe until August 14th when he set t return to USA and start the second Leg of “Wrecking Ball” Tour. This will be kicked off at Fenway Park for two nights of amazing music. Get your Fenway Park Bruce Springsteen tickets today.