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When did Bruce Springsteen sing the song War?

When did Bruce Springsteen sing the song War?

Springsteen taped the words of the song to his arm, prefaced the song with a spoken admonition not to blindly trust the government, leaders or anything else, and then he and the band performed a rock rendition. Springsteen released the September 30, 1985 performance as a part of his 1986 box set, Live/1975–85.

Where can I find Bruce Springsteen live albums?

Bruce Springsteen Live Concert CDs & Downloads Live Bruce Springsteen Website Home Shows Albums My Downloads Redeem Code Help Login Search Latest Shows 04/28/88 Los Angeles, CA 06/27/00 New York, NY 11/12/12 St. Paul, MN 11/07/09 New York, NY 11/24/75 London, UK Top Downloads 1. 04/28/88 Los Angeles, CA 2.

Who is the copyright holder of Bruce Springsteen War?

War Artist Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Columbia); CMRRA, UMPG Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor, Sony ATV Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, Kobalt Music Publishing, AMRA, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor – SonyATV, and 7 Music Rights Societies

When did Bruce Springsteen play Glory Days at Hard Rock Calling?

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band performing “Glory Days” at the Hard Rock Calling festival in London, 2013. Subscribe to the official Bruce Springsteen YouTube Channel: https://BruceSpringsteen.lnk.to/subsc… Facebook: https://BruceSpringsteen.lnk.to/follo… Instagram: https://BruceSpringsteen.lnk.to/follo…

How old was Bruce Springsteen at his first concert?

Yes, today I say goodbye to what I once thought of as the ‘power and glory’ of the music of Bruce Springsteen. I was ten years old in 1984 when my older, much cooler brother took me to my first rock and roll concert, Springsteen on the Born In The USA arena tour.

Why are so many people repulsed by Bruce Springsteen?

One word: socialized medicine. It’s a slippery slope from Canada’s national healthcare system to the gulags of Soviet prison camps, and one I don’t care to tread or be led down by any musician, no matter the greatness of his stage presence. Plus Canada has produced the light weight comedy of John Candy, Eugene Levy and Dan Akroyd.