Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl

January 31, 2009
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, 2009 in Tampa, FL. It’s going to be a “12 minute party!”

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The new Bruce Springsteen album, ‘Working on a Dream,’ hits stores on Tuesday, February 3, 2009. Watch a legendary performance: “Born In The USA” live from East Berlin, 1988.







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One Response to “Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl”

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    Dalton Priddy Says:

    What do Bruce Springsteen, The Eagles, Garth Brooks, Guns and Roses, Irving Azoff have in common?
    They share the same disgraced stage with others who have denied every small music retailer on the planet the opportunity to make a little profit from there music. With exclusive deals being made to Wal-Mart, they have axed off the hand that once feed them. The small music store was the force behind the early success of these artist, the small mom and pop and small chain created the spirit and distribution outlet by which all these artist careers were launched. I find it a slap in the face to all the smaller music stores that are closing there doors because of these exclusive deals to The Wal-Marts. Monopoly is the not what a free society is about. Bruce Springsteen, The Eagles and other Wal-Mart Artists, who have written songs and staged concerts for human rights now sell songs exclusively to the biggest chain on the planet. Where is the little guy Bruce?.