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Dear Bruce Springsteen

BruceI'm trying not to get too overly excited about the fact that I'm going to my first Springsteen concert on Sunday at the Bradley Center. I've heard so much about his energetic shows, his charisma, and the musical talent and tightness of the E-Street Band, I'm afraid it won't live up to my expectations! I did see Bruce once, but it was for just two songs when he played that John Kerry for president rally on West Washington Avenue in 2004. I am extremely stoked to see him with a full band.  Many times when I go see a Rock and Roll Legend for the first time, I enjoy myself, but have a bone to pick with the set list. I don't want that to happen on Sunday, so I'm sending my requests to Bruce now. (I'm assuming he reads my blog...especially since his guitar player Little Steven is on Triple M on Saturday nights!) Dear Bruce, I'm very excited to come see you play at the Bradley Center this weekend, and I already know you'll be playing some of my favorite songs by virtue of the fact that you're playing Born to Run in its entirety. That means I'm assured a rousing performance of  Thunder Road, Tenth Avenue Freeze-out, Born to Run and Jungleland. But I do have a few more requests. Please do  your best to add these to your setlist: Rosalita, Atlantic City, Blinded By The Light, Trapped, For You..and please, please please can you play Kitty's Back? Thanks ever so much! Kitty  

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11/13/2009 4:51AM
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11/13/2009 7:08AM
Joe
Those are great requests! He's been collecting signs from the audience for requests. So you might want to break out the markers and poster board and get started on that "Play Kitty's Back for Kitty" sign. Have a great time.
11/15/2009 2:16PM
Aneto
Kitty, Those are great songs. Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a great time at the concert. I found your blog while searching for something. Since it seems relevant here and you might find it useful/fun. I also wanted to give a plug for a site Ive been working on that helps people share songs with their friends. It's built on top of Facebook and YouTube. http://www.myradeo.com Its free, easy and there's no account signup. Login with Facebook. Check it out if you get a chance, Hope you like it!
06/08/2010 5:46PM
ReneeDaniels
Some time before, I did need to buy a good house for my business but I did not earn enough cash and couldn't buy anything. Thank goodness my sister adviced to try to get the lowest-rate-loans.com from reliable bank. Hence, I did so and was satisfied with my small business loan.
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