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Bruce Springsteen looked charismatic in New Zealand show

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 17:01:39 GMT

'It took a long time, but we got here': Bruce Springsteen, 67, looks charismatic and confident on stage in Christchurch, New Zealand as he pays tribute to the embattled city In Christchurch New Zealand - the destination for his latest show - they prefer the term 'the wop-wops' to describe such far out places. No matter what word you use, the 67-year-old icon showed how far he's come Tuesday night, wowing a packed out crowd at AMI Stadium.

Bruce Springsteen gives Australian teen the thrill of a lifetime --...

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 00:13:17 GMT

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Bruce Springsteen Invites a Talented Teenage Fan Onstage to Perform 'Growin' Up' With Him

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 00:13:16 GMT

While performing in Brisbane, Australia , the legendary Bruce Springsteen noticed Nathan Testa, a teenage audience member who was holding up a sign indicating that he skipped school, but wanted play the classic teenage anthem " Growin' Up " with the band. Springsteen read the sign aloud then invited Testa up on stage to play the requested song .

Roadog answers the prayers of shivering bikers

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 17:59:13 GMT

ROADOG provides the solution to a problem that has bugged motorcyclists for generations: how to keep warm on a cold road trip without dressing like a Michelin man? It was a freezing, overnight road trip after the Bruce Springsteen concert in Auckland in 2014 that provided the crucial bit of inspiration for Glenn Rodgers and his Christchurch-based ROADOG team. "So it is amazing timing that we are now able to gift The Boss one of the brand new designs while he is back in New Zealand, to thank him for giving us that 'voila' moment two years ago," says Rodgers, who has also invited Springsteen to cruise the open roads of the South Island between his two concerts.

Eric Church brings his country Springsteen to Quicken Loans Arena for marathon show

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 13:37:06 GMT

The apple don't fall too far from the tree, as the grammatically incorrect but nevertheless accurate Southern aphorism goes, and Eric Church knows it. Bruce Springsteen was among the first to do marathon concerts - as long as four hours or more - and now his country acolyte is following suit.

Ed Sheeran Continues Chart Streak Down Under

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 11:29:38 GMT

Bruce Springsteen might well be touring the country, but Ed Sheeran is still the boss of Australia's singles chart. For the sixth consecutive week, Sheeran holds down Nos.

Bruce Springsteen's first show in Christchurch expected to boost local economy

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 07:23:28 GMT

At least $10 million is expected to be pumped in Christchurch's economy as 30,000 Bruce Springsteen fans flood the city for his first concert in the South Island. The sold-out event at AMI Stadium will be a "huge boost" for Christchurch's hospitality industry, bringing thousands of extra visitors to the city, Vbase General Manager Darren Burden says.

Bruce Springsteen wants to support Christchurch, promoter says

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 05:21:05 GMT

Bruce Springsteen is looking forward to showing he stands with Christchurch when he performs in the city on Tuesday, his promoter says. The concert's promoter, Frontier Touring's New Zealand representative Brent Eccles, says he's heard the whole Springsteen camp is "really, really looking forward to this show".

Bruce Springsteen and the mega-fans who tour the world to see him

Sun, 19 Feb 2017 19:06:28 GMT

By the end of the Australian leg last Saturday of The Boss' 2017 current tour, that number had rise to 125 - after he went to every gig across the Tasman. The 50-year-old project manager from Sydney's northern beaches is a Bruce tramp - that's the name for a hard-core Springsteen fan, based on one of his best known lyrics: "tramps like us, baby we were born to run".

'No problems anticipated' for fans outside Bruce Springsteen concert

Sun, 19 Feb 2017 04:35:07 GMT

A bit of push and shove in the scramble for a front row spot in concert queues is inevitable, but management of the Bruce Springsteen gig in Christchurch say there will not be a repeat performance of the chaos outside AMI Stadium's last major concert. Thousands of ticket holders to the Foo Fighters heard the opening songs to the concert play while they waited in slow-moving, disorganised queues that snaked around the stadium two years ago.

Bruce Springsteen fan let on stage to sing 'Growin' up'

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 07:36:08 GMT

'Missed school... can I play with you?' Young Bruce Springsteen fan gets treat of a lifetime as The Boss invites him onstage to perform... but is everything as it seems? The Boss invited audience member Nathan Testa on stage after spotting a cheeky sign in the crowd at his Brisbane show on Thursday. Together, the pair sang a rendition of 'Growin' up' - apparently only four years after Nathan was last invited on stage by Springsteen.

Bruce Springsteen: Rocking with joy

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 18:42:33 GMT

Greg Fleming on why Bruce Springsteen is the man, ahead of the singer's return to New Zealand next weekend. Heroes are tricky things, especially when it comes to rock 'n' roll, because Rock Stars are really good at letting you down.

Review: Ryan Adams Culls Heartland Heartbreak Opus With 'Prisoner'

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 16:31:52 GMT

No one hearts the Eighties quite as aggressively as Ryan Adams. Prisoner is the latest installment in a spate of releases that have cast a fond eye back to those bygone glory days.

Bruce Springsteen Gives Teenage Fan a Rock and Roll Lesson in 'Growin' Up': Watch

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 03:11:42 GMT

Bruce Springsteen talks with the media following his sound check at Perth Arena on Jan. 22, 2017 in Perth, Australia. Bruce Springsteen made a Brisbane boy's rock and roll dreams come true when he invited him to join him for a jam -- and tutoring -- session onstage at the Brisbane Entertainment Center in Australia.

On the go | Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wed, 15 Feb 2017 00:48:38 GMT

Today's Instagram #picoftheday is by @kyliek_photography - tag your weather pics #bendigoweather and we'll feature the best ones here. We're in for a partly cloudy day - Bendigo 30, Maryborough 31, Castlemaine 29, Kyneton 29, Redesdale 31, Echuca 32. The state government has sabotaged protected crown land by deliberately tearing down trees in the Whroo state forest in the interest of "public safety".

Bruce Springsteen Offers Tour Debuts & Bust-Out In Brisbane

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 20:20:21 GMT

Legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen brought the E Street Band to Brisbane Entertainment Centre for the first of two shows on Tuesday night. The Valentine's Day performance featured a 26-song set that included a tune he hadn't played since 2013 and one that had been shelved since 2014.

Why Springsteen's brilliant heartbreaker 'Tunnel Of...

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 20:20:20 GMT

Last month, Bruce Springsteen sat in an armchair on Monmouth University's auditorium stage and fielded questions, in an "intimate" conversation event with Bob Santelli, Executive Director of the Grammy Museum. A telling moment arose near the end of the career-spanning interview, when Santelli asked Bruce which of his 1980s albums -- "'Nebraska,' 'The River,' 'Born in the U.S.A.'" as Santelli listed -- strikes him today as most impressive.