Category Archives: Bruce Springsteen

Review: Bruce Springsteen Rising Providence 3/10/2003

Review by Robert Gillis

Dunkin Donuts Center — the former Providence Civic Center — isn’t as big as the Fleet Center so there isn’t a bad seat in the house. Our seats put us right of the stage about half way up — not bad at all.

Springsteen looks a little haggard — the man is older, of course but still puts on one hell of a show. Instead of the four and a half hour shows of the eighties, he still does a three-hour show with no break.

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Review: Bruce Springsteen at Boston Fleet Center 9/27/1999

by Robert Gillis

Oh, man… Of the seven Bruce shows I’ve seen in my life, I think last night was the best (or second best) after Worcester 88. The fans were REALLY into to it and Bruce played the greatest oldies, his very best, and the party songs (and new stuff!). Played over three hours. Unbelievable. I still can’t talk much from all the singing.

To be honest, I wasn’t at all psyched up about the show — not one bit.

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