Bruce Springsteen Phoenix Tickets
Lyrics of the hit song “I’m A Rocker” will be echoing the Talking Stick Resort Arena when Bruce Springsteen takes the live stage at the venue. His The River Tour 2016 is among the most talked about treks this season and fans are rushing for Bruce Springsteen Phoenix tickets to catch the Rock n Roll Hall of Famer live. Springsteen & the E Street Band are celebrating their latest box release “The Ties That Bind: The River Collection”, a tribute to the hit 80’s album “The River”. The band will be playing the album in its entirety, treating the crowd to classic concert staples like “Hungry Heart”, “Point Black”, “Wreck on the Highway” and “Fade Away”.
Best Concert Staples To Enjoy With Bruce Springsteen Phoenix Tickets
Owing to a career spanning over 40 years, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band have numerous rock anthems in their arsenal. The Boss can go on for hours at his concerts and still there’d be no shortage of energetic concert staples. Here are some of the songs that he will most likely be performing live at his upcoming concert.
“Born to Run” – Always performed under blazing house lights, Springsteen is still able to bring immense passion and energy into the song. A masterpiece, it has become his signature song.
“Badlands” – A rock anthem, it fits the definition of “praying onstage” by Pete Townshend. A thrilling and cool track, Bruce builds a persona with the song.
“Thunder Road” – Packed with Roy Bittan’s formulations, the track has a unique sound and has the E Street Band written all over it.
“Racing in the Street” – The band performs the stripped piano ballad in most of their concerts and the lyrics about uncertain future encourages the crowd to sing along.
“The River” – The slow ballad is inspired from Bruce’s real-life experience and the moving single has touched countless hearts with its beautiful lyrics.
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band will be performing other rock staples as well like “Drive All Night”, “Stolen Car”, “Ramrod”, “The Ties That Bind” and “Independence Day”.