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Grab your Bruce Springsteen tickets, put on your jeans, and head out for a night with one of the hardest working artists in the country today. Bruce Springsteen is without a doubt the spokesman for the working class of his generation and that work ethic comes through in his performance on stage. No artist in the world outworks Bruce and no other concert ticket give you more for your money than Bruce Springsteen tickets.
Born September 23, 1949 in Long Branch, New Jersey, Bruce Springsteen used his hometown as inspiration for his patriotic brand of rock and roll. Citing the likes of Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, and the rock and R&B of the 1960s as his inspiration, Springsteen embraces the everyday with his lyrics and keeps heads bopping with his catchy hooks. He got his start at the age of thirteen, when he bought his first guitar for just eighteen dollars.
He upgraded to a sixty-dollar guitar at the age of sixteen, and with the help of Tex and Marion Vinyard he began to play with local band The Castiles. Springsteen eventually became the lead singer of the group, with whom he recorded two original songs and toured several local venues. He eventually left The Castiles to play with a new band, Child, which was comprised of Steve Van Zandt, Danny Federici, and Vinny Lopez. It was with Child that Springsteen began to tour nightclubs along the Jersey shore, where his unique sound quickly gained popularity.
Springsteen's regular appearances on the New Jersey nightclub circuit eventually paid off in 1972 when he signed a solo record deal with Columbia Records. He brought some of his bandmates from New Jersey with him, including Steve Van Zandt, to form the E Street Band, with whom Springsteen often played and recorded with throughout his career. Springsteen's first few releases were met with rave reviews from the critics but found little commercial success. Then, on August 25, 1975, Springsteen's Born to Run album was released and established Bruce Springsteen as a driving force in the music industry, with the singles "Born to Run", "Jungleland", and "Thunder Road" taking over the airwaves and making Springsteen tickets one of the hottest concert tickets in the country. Over the next two years, he toured with the E Street Band and began writing for his next release, the somber Darkness on the Edge of Town. In the meantime, some of his previous recordings were climbing the pop charts thanks to covers by such artists as Manfred Mann's Earth Band, whose version of "Blinded by the Light" hit number one in 1977, and Patti Smith, who reached number thirteen on the charts with her cover of the unreleased "Because the Night" in 1978. Born in the USA was released in 1984 and is perhaps Springsteen's most successful album to date, with seven singles breaking into the top ten. Its title track, a political commentary on the treatment of Vietnam veterans, found massive success, though listeners often missed the message.
Throughout his career, Bruce Springsteen has won multiple Grammy awards and has been celebrated for his sense of patriotism, making Bruce Springsteen tickets a hot commodity today. Put on your white T-shirt and torn blue jeans and come support the working class with Bruce Springsteen tickets
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I suppose I really should thank Mick Hatten. You see, Mick is the guy who really opened my ears to Bruce Springsteen. Oh, it isn't that I'd never heard Springsteen's music before. "Born in the U.S.A." was everywhere in the later 1980s, when I was old enough ...
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