Declansk

Members
  • Content Count

    111
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Declansk

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 11/07/1994

Profile Information

  • Location
    Maryland
  • Gender
    Male
  • Springsteen fan since?
    Causal fan my whole life. Die hard fan since my first show in 2009.
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    Sway
  • Interests
    Music, vinyl collecting, writing, traveling.

Recent Profile Visitors

277 profile views
  1. This. Hopefully one day. I have a soft spot for the reunion tour since Live in New York was one of the things that made me a fan.
  2. Same. Good interview regardless. Just out of curiosity, why wouldn’t we be able to talk about this? This is an interview with Bruce so it’s relevant to this forum.
  3. Just started Boardwalk Empire last week. First 4 episodes so far have been really good. Terence Winter, the shows creator was one of the writers for the Sopranos so I’m expecting great things.
  4. I caught a show last year and met him afterwards as well. I made a detailed post about the show a few months ago. Lots of fun, loved the stories. I’m glad I went last year because it’s unlikely it would have happened this year. He signed my Born in the USA album.
  5. Definitive versions of Adam, Fire, Cadillac Ranch, Independence Day, and Seeds imo. It may not have been the best possible live album Bruce could have made at the time but it’s still a collection of great performances. I tend to listen to boots now, but it’s nice to revisit 1975-1985 every now and then. Does Jersey Girl being the last song seem out of place to anyone else? It’s a great performance but does Bruce ever close a show with a ballad?
  6. I agree, I’m adding the DKM to my bucket list. They’re quite the quintessential Boston band aren’t they. Just out of curiosity, why wouldn’t you go to a Little Steven show?
  7. Yes I was! Season 4 episode 10 to be exact. The wire seems much more popular now than when it was originally on. It truly is tv at its finest. Everything on the show is based on true events, only the names are different.
  8. Same. Fantastic show. I was actually an extra in an episode when I was 11.
  9. I agree with this. Born to Run is very polished and full sounding so it doesn’t really feel as heartland to me either. As albums, I’d say Darkness and Nebraska sound the most “heartland” to me, not only because of the lyrics but in terms of production too. Parts of the River and Born in the USA lyrically fall under this category, but some songs musically sound a bit “urban” as you mentioned. Open All Night is another very heartland song I don’t believe I’ve seen mentioned yet.
  10. Indeed. I’m hoping Bruce will do a song for a movie again sometime.
  11. Happy birthday to one of the all time greats. He still hasn’t lost his touch. I’m looking forward his new album, Rough and Rowdy Ways. It’s is first album of new material in 8 years.
  12. Does anyone know what days and times it’ll be re played? I unfortunately missed it.
  13. I’ve never heard the term used outside this song to be honest. I think Bruce made it up . I interpret it to mean a humid or sultry summer.
  14. Backstreets should be on there for sure. After all it begins, “One soft infested summer...”