There are few entertainers in the world of music and entertainment that can lay claim to the title of "legend," but Bruce Springsteen is one of those lucky few. His enduring success since 1964 has earned him the nickname The Boss, and fans have responded to his unique musical style by purchasing Bruce Springsteen tickets by the millions over the years.
Springsteen got his start playing before small audiences in his home state of New Jersey. His musical style was, and is to this day, inspired by the work-a-day life of the average American citizen just struggling to get by. His song lyrics resonate with millions of Americans and his rock and roll style makes him a popular performer in the eyes of millions who hear his music or see him perform in concert each year.
Throughout much of his early career, Springsteen struggled to find success as a member of a number of smaller bands. His breakthrough came in 1975 following a five-night performance with the E Street Band at New York's Bottom Line club. From there Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band would never struggle to find the spotlight again. In fact, that performance in 1975 as subsequently been identified as one of the 50 defining moments in Rock and Roll by Rolling Stone magazine.
Over the course of his career, Springsteen has released a total of 18 studio albums, five live albums, and six compilation albums. His works have varied between pure rock and roll, heartland rock, and Americana in sentiment, and have featured solo performances and releases as a member of various bands. Although his time as a leading member of the E Street Band is the most notable collaboration of his career, Springsteen has also performed as a member of The Castiles, Earth, Child, Steel mill, Sundance Blues Band, and the Sonic Boom, just to name a few.
With so many albums hitting the market over the years, Springsteen has had to set out on a number of tours in support of those albums. Bruce Springsteen tickets have always been a hot commodity for rock and roll fans, and the Boss is preparing to entertain thousands more in 2014 as he sets out this spring for a number of concert events across the country.
After opening 2014 with numerous tour dates in South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand, Springsteen's 2014 live performances in the United States will kick off on 6 April at Reunion Park in Dallas, Texas as part of the March Madness Music Fest. He will crisscross the Midwest and American South throughout the spring with a notable stop on 3 May in New Orleans, Louisiana to perform in the New Orleans Jazz Fest. His spring tour schedule is set to conclude with performances on back-to-back nights at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on 17 and 18 May.
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