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Springsteen to play Fenway again?
February 14, 2012 | By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein
Bruce Springsteen is back with a new record, and we’re told his March 26 tour date at TD Garden may not be your only chance to see the Boss in Boston. Word is Springsteen, who played at Fenway Park in 2003, is eyeing a return to the ballpark Aug. 11, a Saturday night when the Sox will be in Cleveland. Nothing’s confirmed, but a show by Springsteen and his E Street Band seems likely. The only concert confirmed for Fenway this summer is Pink Floyd founder Roger Waters, who’s bringing “The Wall” to the Green Monster July 1. Tickets for that show go on sale Monday.

Bruce Springsteen at Fenway Park September 6 and 7, 2003
by Robert Gillis

Note: Not so much a review as a gushing fanboy reaction to what had to be the most orgasmic set of Springsteen shows, EVER. EVER.



September 6 Set list: Take Me Out to the Ballgame/Diddy Wah Diddy/The Rising/Lonesome Day/Be True/The Ties That Bind/Empty Sky/You’re Missing/Waitin’ on a Sunny Day/Janey Don’t You Lose Heart/Because the Night/Badlands/No Surrender/Out in the Street/Mary’s Place/Across the Border/Into the Fire/The Promised Land. First Encore: Bobby Jean/Hungry Heart/Ramrod/Born to Run/Seven Nights to Rock. Second Encore: My City of Ruins/Born in the U.S.A./Rosalita/Dancing in the Dark/Dirty Water (with Peter Wolf)

September 7 Set list: Diddy Wah Diddy/The Rising/Lonesome Day/Adam Raised a Cain/Something in the Night/Empty Sky/Waitin’ on a Sunny Day/Spirit in the Night/For You/Because the Night/She’s the One/Badlands/Mary’s Place/Frankie/Jungleland/Into the Fire/Thunder Road. First Encore: Further On Up the Road/Glory Days/Born to Run/Seven Nights to Rock. Second Encore: My City of Ruins/Born in the U.S.A./Rosalita/Dancing in the Dark/Dirty Water (with Peter Wolf)

Song thoughts:

Waitin’ on a Sunny Day (Steve did some of the words).
Because the Night (Sue didn’t know Bruce wrote this — excellent song)
Out in the Street (Oh, oh! Oh, oh!)
Mary’s Place (Band Intros)
Across the Border (Liked it but don’t remember it)
Into the Fire (God this gives me chills).
Ramrod (Let’s roadhouse!)
Seven Nights to Rock (God I love this song)
Second Encore: My City of Ruins (Bruce on piano, he mentioned the Boston Food Pantry)
Born in the U.S.A. (full blow out!) (Prefaced by the PSA about holding our leaders accountable)
Adam Raised a Cain (Yeah!)
Something in the Night (Definitely a show for the fans!)
“Do you feel the spirit???” Spirit in the Night
She’s the One (He loves the fans)
“Are you ready?” “Haven’t done this one in a while, we’ll see how it goes.” Frankie/Jungleland (Crowd went INSANE) (Best show ever)
Dirty Water (with Peter Wolf) an incredible ending to the show with Springsteen screaming, “Boston you’re my home!”
Diddy Wah Diddy (I like this song — very sultry and great rock!)
Glory Days (Best Show ever)
Dirty Water (Best show ever)

The first concert EVER at Fenway Park! Fenway! I stood on the field at FENWAY! How cool is that! Dad would have loved it!
Bruce literally howling at the moon and the video superimposing the moon over Steve and Bruce howling at it.
The entire Fenway area was bustling with excitement. I thought of Dad every now and then. I remembered the Sox game he took me to years ago. I wish we’d gone to more games.
Bruce said it was a “lovely privilege” to play in the heart of Boston and felt the “soul of the city” in Fenway.
The scoreboard had been changed to just read “Bruce Springsteen.”
Of Fenway, Springsteen said, that there aren’t many places where “you can feel the soul of a city, but this is one of those places.”
He described those “evil citizens” and “greedy bastards” from “New . . . New . . . New Haven … New … New … Haven, Connecticut!” as the crowd laughed at his refraining from saying New York (but we knew what he meant).
September 7, 2003: Best … Show … EVER


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