"In Awe" and envious of Bruce. He truly is everything I've always heard of him, always Go Go from start to finish, there's no breaks for water or bull$#*!ting with the audience because he's tired. He's mid 60's and still running like he's in his 20's. What an inspiration to anyone who sees his show. The crowd had kids there 8 years on up to a lady I met in her 80's it was like when I was a kid going to a square dance 8 to 80 crippled and crazy they were all there under one mon bond " They love the Boss, they love how the E Street Band works that stage as a Family, and the music, the music that has given people hopes, dreams, tears, and happiness, memories of their own child hood or making a future for our youth" Bruce is truly the Boss, a leader and even I'm sure a father figure now to the late great Clarence's Son. What a gift to be able to fallow in your fathers footsteps, but were most people do that as a business this is actually filling his dad's shoes what an honor that would be for anyone to fill there dads shoes but for the legendary E Steet Band and have a man you grew up knowing ask you to play along side him like his dad did. Dreams don't get any better than that. What I loved to see that Bruce was allot like me or I should say I like him. When I performed I was the last to e on stage at the beginning, I paled around on stage with everyone as we performed, I always believed if the audience sees your having a great time with your band they will have a great time to, and add in the audience participation, now you not only have a show you have a party and everyone is having a good time and you never want the party to end, that's why Bruce can go 3 plus hours without stopping, the party makes time go fast sometimes I'm sure to fast when your having that much fun after all these years. At the end of the show like myself I always gave my band members my family a hand shake a hug what ever the moment brought to show my Love my appreciation for them being in my life not just on stage but off. And they knew and felt that. Just like I witnessed the boss do last night. Then he turned to the crowd and waved one last time. Just like I use to. I always heard great things about the boss what I just witnessed for my 1st time seeing his show, it's all true. I was just amazed at how that's how I would have been running my show for most part all theses years if it not for one thing. I tried to do the right thing and I gave up my dreams of being on the road and that life to be a Dad. If I could have only known then that no matter what I did over the past 25 years was going to be wrong and lose my daughter to lies anyhow I would have FALLOWED my heart. That why I envy Bruce he has his dreams and his daughter and their horse shows. I'm sure he has his problems to but it sure wouldn't be so sore of a wound if I had my band too. All this music I've written over these years all the blues I've lived still to e out on paper. God Bless Bruce and the members of his band and all the men and woman behind the scene, they'd all showed me what I know I could have been. The show made me love what a gift these people have given to all of us who listen and made me shed a tear because I could have given so much more but tried to be something I apparently wasn't or like I believe "Denied" A Father.
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