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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band Announce 15 U.S. Tour Dates

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have announced 15 brand-new U.S. tour dates, kicking off April 8 in Cincinnati, OH and concluding May 18 in Uncasville, CT. Check out Bruce's full tour below!

Apr 8 - U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH
Apr 12 - Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, VA
Apr 15 - Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH
Apr 17 - Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN
Apr 19 - Time Warner Cable Arena
Apr 22 - Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, PA 
Apr 24 - PNC Arena    Raleigh, NC
Apr 26 - Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood, Atlanta, GA
Apr 29 - BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL
May 1 - MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre, Tampa, FL
May 3 - New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans, LA 
May 6 - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston, TX
May 13 - Times Union Center, Albany, NY
May 14 - Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, PA 
May 17 - Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT
May 18 - Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT 

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The E Street Band Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Congratulations to The E Street Band for being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the Award of Musical Excellence!
 
Bruce Springsteen formed the E Street Band in 1973, after he landed a recording contract with Columbia Records. The first line-up of the band – Garry Tallent on bass, Danny Federici on organ, David Sancious on piano, Vini Lopez on drums and Clarence “Big Man” Clemons on saxophone – logged many miles on the road, helping to establish Springsteen’s legendary reputation as one of the greatest performers in the history of rock and roll. In 1974, drummer Max Weinberg and pianist Roy Bittan replaced Lopez and Sancious, and in 1975, during the recording of Springsteen’s breakout album Born to Run, “Miami” Steve Van Zandt joined the fold on guitar. That line-up of the band backed Springsteen on three of his most critically acclaimed and beloved albums: Born to Run, Darkness on the Edge of Town, and The River, and backed him live as he moved from clubs to arenas to stadiums. 
 
In all its incarnations, the “mighty men and women” of the E Street Band, as Springsteen calls them, band has provided a unique and powerful sonic template for Springsteen’s music, combining British invasion guitar-driven rock, the joy of 1950s rock and roll and the drama and dynamics of soul music. They are showmen of the first order, and have more stamina than any rock band in the history of the music.

  • Guest DJs on E Street Radio Mondays and Fridays 4 pm ET
    Rebroadcasts Tuesdays and Saturdays 12 am ET & 8 am ET
    Hear the stories behind Bruce's songs from the people who know him best and fellow artists who've been affected and influenced by The Boss. Two episodes each week with E Street Band members, rock and R&B stars and famous fans.

  • Springsteen Live Daily at 12 pm & 8 pm ETRare concert recordings of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band from their very beginnings to today.

  • You Be the Boss Thursdays at 5 pm ET
    Rebroadcasts Fridays at 9 am, Saturdays at 6 pm and Sundays at 11 pm ET
    E Street Radio invites fans of Bruce Springsteen to host their own radio show! To be the boss, email us at betheboss@siriusxm.com.

  • Live From E Street Nation Wednesdays 10 am ET
    Rebroadcasts Sundays at 6 pm ET
    Dave Marsh plays music and talks to callers from the Bruce Springsteen fan community, discussing their favorite Springsteen songs, personal experiences, and more. Dave will have a different co-host each week.

  • Cover Me Tuesdays 6 pm ET
    Rebroadcasts: Thursdays 12 am ET and Saturdays 3 pm ET
    Sirius XMU Blog Radio host Nick Masi takes you on a trip and plays the Springsteen songs you love, covered by other artists! Nick will share with you the wide variety of Springsteen re-interpretations from artists of all genres and discuss the impact and influence that Bruce has had on the music community.

  • The Wild and The Innocent Fridays 6 pm ET
    Rebroadcasts: Sundays 10 am ET
    E Street Radio gives you a tailgate party experience every week and you’re invited to call in, share stories and pick the music we play! Join New Jersey’s own Jim Rotolo each week for his all request show, The Wild & The Innocent. Call 877-70-BRUCE to share your dedications and favorite stories with the E Street Nation. You are the Wild & the Innocent!

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Bruce Springsteen

E Street Concerts Week 4/22- 4/28

Tuesday April 22nd
12pm - 4/8/14 at Cincinnati, Ohio
26-song setlist for the second show of the US Tour, including "Lost In The Flood" and "Growin' Up" with Bruce taking a guitar solo in place of Clarence's saxophone and the fan who requested the song joining him to sing the last verse.

8pm - 4/12/14 at Virginia Beach, VA
Show opens with a one-off cover of Bill Deal & The Rhondels' 1969 single "May I". Three tour premieres in a row are the highlight of the main set, "Talk To Me", "Seaside Bar Song" and "Jersey Girl". The first performance of "The Wall" since the release of High Hopes opens the encores.
 
Wednesday April 23rd
12pm - 7/5/13 at Monchengladbach, Germany
Three tour premieres: "Shake, Rattle And Roll", "One Way Street", and "Man's Job". "Man's Job" is also the 200th different song played so far this tour. Jay Weinberg (son of Max) makes a guest appearance on drums for "Radio Nowhere". First ever performances in Europe of "Shake, Rattle And Roll" and "One Way Street".

8pm - 4/15/14 at Columbus, OH
6-song set in Columbus includes the tour premiere of "Blinded By The Light". "Prove It All Night" includes the '78 intro. The second "Light Of Day" of 2014 closes the main set, and the encores open with "Backstreets", with a Sad Eyes style interlude. "Dream Baby Dream" closes the show.
 
Thursday April 24th
12pm - 4/15/14 at Columbus, OH
6-song set in Columbus includes the tour premiere of "Blinded By The Light". "Prove It All Night" includes the '78 intro. The second "Light Of Day" of 2014 closes the main set, and the encores open with "Backstreets", with a Sad Eyes style interlude. "Dream Baby Dream" closes the show.

8pm - 4/24/96 at Brixton Academy in London, England
Hour debuts of "Atlantic City", "Red Headed Woman" (with a new verse), and "Seeds".
 
Friday April 25th
12pm – 7/13/13 at Werchter, Germany
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band perform at the TW Classic Festival. Ben Harper, guests on "Atlantic City." 26-song set includes "Jailhouse Rock" played by sign request. "Thunder Road" is the solo acoustic version.

8pm - 7/18/13 at Cork, Ireland
Bruce's second Irish show features a set full of rarities, including only the third performance of "The Price You Pay" since 1981. "Real World" is brought out for the first time since the Devils and Dust tour and is played twice, both solo piano: first in the pre-set and then again during the main show, opening the encore. A third Tour premiere, "Wild Thing," is played by sign request. "Prove It All Night" includes the '78 intro.)
 
Saturday April 26th
12pm - 4/12/14 at Virginia Beach, VA
Show opens with a one-off cover of Bill Deal & The Rhondels' 1969 single "May I". Three tour premieres in a row are the highlight of the main set, "Talk To Me", "Seaside Bar Song" and "Jersey Girl". The first performance of "The Wall" since the release of High Hopes opens the encores.

8pm - 4/8/14 at Cincinnati, Ohio
26-song setlist for the second show of the US Tour, including "Lost In The Flood" and "Growin' Up" with Bruce taking a guitar solo in place of Clarence's saxophone and the fan who requested the song joining him to sing the last verse.
 
Sunday April 27th
12pm - 4/27/12 at LA Sports Arena - Los Angeles, CA
The three-hour set opens with "No Surrender”. Tom Morello joins Bruce on stage for the same songs as the previous night, plus "Land of Hope And Dreams". Springsteen's guitar tech Kevin Buell is honored on the occasion of his 1000th show - Bruce lures him to the front of the stage with a fake guitar failure. "My City Of Ruins" includes "People Get Ready".

8pm - 4/15/14 at Columbus, OH
6-song set in Columbus includes the tour premiere of "Blinded By The Light". "Prove It All Night" includes the '78 intro. The second "Light Of Day" of 2014 closes the main set, and the encores open with "Backstreets", with a Sad Eyes style interlude. "Dream Baby Dream" closes the show.
 
Monday April 28th
12pm – 6/29/13 at Saint-Denis, France
Paris' crowd is treated with a solo acoustic performance of "Burning Love". There is a sign request for "Lucille". The Born In The U.S.A. album is played in full.

8pm – 7/24/13 at Leeds, England
"Roulette" opens the 29-song, three hour show. Three tour premieres in a row: "Local Hero" (last played nearly a decade ago in Detroit), "Gotta Get That Feeling" and Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Bad Moon Rising."

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