Tour dates released

Published 1997-03-28
By Karsten S. Andersen
It's official! Here are the tour dates for May:May 6, 7 Vienna Austria CenterMay 9, 10 Warsaw Sala KongresowaMay 12 Prague Congress CenterMay 15 Lyon AuditoriumMay 16 Montpelier Le CorumMay 18 Nice AcropolisMay 19 Toulon ZenithMay 21 Florence Teatro VerdiMay 22 Naples Veatro AugusteoMay 25, 26 Paris Palais de CongressThe question still remains: why so many dates in France of all countries and absolutely nonein places like Germany, England and Scandinavia? For instance, wouldn't a show.... Read more
   

Vienna tickets sold with no warning

Published 1997-03-27
By Karsten S. Andersen
Tickets for the Vienna shows went on sale at 10 o'clock this morning without anyannouncement. The shows haven't even been officially confirmed. The most surprising thingis that the dates of the shows have been changed to the 6th and 7th of May whereaspreviously they were scheduled for the 11th and 12th. This means that the Warsaw dateswill probably also be moved, most likely to the 9th and 10th rather than the 8th and 9th. Orelse Bruce would have to play four shows in four days, which doesn't.... Read more
   

Bruce's Tour de France

Published 1997-03-19
By Karsten S. Andersen
Unlike what we've been writing earlier it really does look like Bruce is going tocarry out his own personal Tour de France in May with no less than six shows taking placein French provincial towns and Paris. Why he's doing this is a good question. France hasnever been a big Bruce country. He only played one show there on the '93 tour, allegedlybecause the French promotors weren't interested in more. In '96 his two shows in Pariswere among the easiest tickets on the European tour. So either it's.... Read more
   

Bruce plays with the Wallflowers

Published 1997-03-08
By Karsten S. Andersen
Bruce made a guest appearance with Jakob Dylan's band The Wallflowers atTradewinds in Sea Bright, N.J. He sang backup and played guitar on several songs. Theband was also joined by Bon Jovi (for what it's worth). For those of you who're not familiarwith Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers, Jakob is the son of Bob Dylan, but his music mayhave more in common with Bruce's than with his father's. He has gotten quite a reputation inthe States, but is not very well known in Europe. Bruce's appearance.... Read more
   

The Ghost of Tom Joad wins Grammy

Published 1997-02-26
By Karsten S. Andersen
Bruce won a Grammy for "best contemporary folk album" with The Ghost of TomJoad and performed the title track at the ceremony. His song "Dead Man Walkin'" wasnominated in the category "best male rock vocal" and the Blood Brothers documentary wasnominated in "best music video long form", but none of them.... Read more
   

Bruce's future plans

Published 1997-02-15
By Karsten S. Andersen
Bruce reveals some of his plans for the future, saying that for the next fewmonths he'll be in the recording studio before touring Europe for three weeks in May. What'sgoing to happen after that is all in the air. Dates of the European tour have yet to beannounced. However, Backstreets Magazine has nosed out some tentative dates in citiessuch as Warsaw, Prague, Vienna, Paris plus numerous French provincial towns (check outBackstreets' homepage for more info), but those dates to us look more.... Read more
   


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