Friday, 7 August 2009


Fans were no doubt thrilled to hear last month that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band would be returning to Nashville’s Sommet Center just 13 months after his last visit. Unfortunately, they’ll have to wait just a bit longer.
Springsteen’s Nashville date has been rescheduled from September 10 to Wednesday, November 18.
All tickets for the September concert will be honored on the new date. Refunds are available through point of purchase. No reason has yet been given for the postponement.
The announcement does come with a silver lining: It’s been announced that the band will perform their landmark album Born to Run in its entirety at the concert. (Listen to it after the jump, on the right.)
Run has been performed in concert once before, as part of a 2008 fundraiser in New Jersey, and last month, the band announced plans to perform it for the second time in Chicago on September 20.
Springsteen joins the likes of Van Morrison, Aerosmith, Steely Dan and Judas Priest in performing classic albums on concert tours this year. We reported on this trend in Thursday’s Tennessean.

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