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BruceHistory

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About BruceHistory

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  • Birthday 05/29/1970

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  • Location
    Boca Raton, Florida
  • Gender
    Male
  • Springsteen fan since?
    1980
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    Sway
  • Interests
    Boating; Fishing; Sports & Springsteen!
  • Sex?
    Yes, please!

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  1. This show lacks new material from "High Hopes" which doesn't make me happy at all!! However, there's a tremendous "Prove It" played and an outstanding "Bobby" after B2R (aka, Europe/85) which makes the night worthwhile. "Blinded" was ok (6/27/00 is the best version along with 10/23/99) and a nice change. Nice review dude! Brad
  2. Thats easy if your anywhere near my age (51): Every time he played "57 Channels" ..... minus the first time he played it in 1990, which I saw live. Brad
  3. Buddy I hear ya ...... however I must say that Chris (and Charlie before him) are due so much credit for keeping our "little world" together all these years. Hence, It's my pleasure to send this guy whatever I can no matter what he can/can't deliver. But again, I understand where your coming from and don't blame your feelings. Yet nobody, especially Chris - would ever do anything on purpose to screw anyone over, etc. If it wasn't for "Backstreets", especially in those first two decades - I doubt any of us would be on this board now. Back then, especially between 1989-1991 - when Bruce was basi
  4. Yo, anyone else just hear that guitar solo into "Prove It" ? Fuckin incredible! Brad
  5. Anyone else feel they can see "Protection” before “Cover Me”, possibly moving "Roulette” down a notch while loosing "Seeds” or “Give The Girl A Kiss" instead of "I’m A Coward” out there? So: Tunnel, Be True, Adam, Two Faces (When Your Alone), Heaven, Darkness, Roulette, Protection, Cover Me, etc, etc Tougher (Paradise By C), Ain’t/She’s The One, You Can Look, Give The Girl A Kiss, etc .... Brad
  6. It’s funny you say that: I’ve seen over 120 shows and there have been times he just came out and played all sorts of different stuff and the show didn’t flow well, even if some of the songs weren’t played since Lincoln was President! The truth about this tour is that if you stick your head out the window you can probably still hear the encores going on! The shows on this tour - in and of itself - is probably the best they ever sounded and they were all in amazing shape as well! I miss this era. I saw three.
  7. Thats the best version ever dude! Don’t listen to the 78’ers out there haha Regardless, he combining tunes is something he’s always been known for.
  8. Agreed but that second night in Mountain View would work nicely!
  9. "University?” Why bother - it’s so much easier to sit on your sofa smoking dope, eating pizza and listening to Bruce!
  10. Hey DJ ...... sorry so long in responding ..... I felt safe there and because I've already had the virus, I personally felt even safer. However, here in South Florida, as usual - things are out of control because of Spring Break. But I did drive by the Boca Mall yesterday and saw absolutely no line at all for COVID testing whereas just 6 weeks ago, it took over two hours to get a test! So, perhaps things are getting better. Hope your well, Brad
  11. Thanks buddy - I'm all outta sorts this morning: Instead of eating my daily Centrum Vitamin gummy - I ate a fuckin THC loaded gummy instead; I'm trashed and ready to hit the beach to jam to this new download! PS: I hope your all enjoying that snow and cold weather; let alone work! hahahahaha
  12. I saw Max play last Saturday night in Boca Raton to about 100 people and his hair was long and SOLID white! However, he played great: "She's The One" was unreal and because I asked for "Roulette" - he played the opening drums for the tune but left it at that (He did the same for "Candy's Room) ...... he knew them in a snap! "Man, was that powerful! Y'all need to hear those opening drums in a small venue! Also, in the audience was Billy Joels original guitar player: Russel Jarvis! He came on stage and they played "You May Be Right" - the dude nailed his guitar solo like it was
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