Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band – November 19, 2012 – Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
It’s the last leg of the Wrecking Ball Tour. Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band hits the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO. November 19, 2012.
Wrecking Ball Tour blog gathers all the possible info from this concert. Details including: set list, videos, reviews, articles, photos, and other info.
Setlist doesn’t get updated in real-time. See the discussion/fan forums list at the bottom of this blog post for the setlist following!
Feel free to contact me and send any missing info: links to your reviews, photos etc. I can’t find them all by myself.
2012 concert special list can be found here with update info. I’m trying to update past concert specials when I got time.
Setlist & Videos:
Two songs played repeatedly:
Get Out of Denver
Across the Borderline
1. GET OUT OF DENVER* (Video #1) (Video #2) (Video #3)
2. I’m a Rocker
3. The Promised Land (Video #1)
4. Hungry Heart (Video #1) (Video #2 clip)
5. We Take Care of Our Own (Video #1)
6. Wrecking Ball (Video #1)
7. Death to My Hometown (Video #1) (Video #2) (Video #3)
8. My City of Ruins
9. Spirit In The Night (Video #1 clip) (Video #2 clip) (Video #3)
10. The E Street Shuffle (Video #1)
11. Bishop Danced (Video #1 clip) (Video #2) (Video #3)
12. Human Touch (Video #1) (Video #2)
13. Savin’ Up (Video #1)
14. Working on the Highway
15. Shackled & Drawn
16. Waitin’ on a Sunny Day
17. Raise Your Hand (Video #1 clip)
18. Lonesome Day
19. Badlands (Video #1)
20. Land Of Hope & Dreams
21. ACROSS THE BORDERLINE* (Video #1) (Video #2) (Video #3)
22. Born To Run (Video #1) (Video #2)
23. Bobby Jean
24. Dancing In the Dark
25. Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town (Video #1 clip) (Video #2) (Video #3)
26. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out (Video #1 clip) (Video #2) (Video #3 clip)
– “Get Out Of Denver” is a Bob Seger song. Released on Bob Seger album “Seven”. “Although the album failed to make the Billboard Top 200 albums chart, the single “Get Out Of Denver” reached 80.” – Wikipedia
– “Across the Borderline”, was written by Ry Cooder, John Hiatt, and Jim Dickinson. It is a remake of a song by Freddy Fender, which was featured on the motion picture soundtrack for “The Border” starring Jack Nicholson.
– “Across The Borderline” was last time performed in 1993 according to Brucebase.
Brucebase entry: 2012-11-19 – PEPSI CENTER, DENVER, CO
Some guides you might find useful:
How to download YouTube videos – Guide for downloading videos from Youtube for free.
How to upload videos to Youtube and name them properly – Please read while uploading videos to YouTube, thanks! Naming videos properly helps fans to find videos from the concerts they went… 🙂
Bootleg, DVD and other recording info:
Pre-show press and other stuff to read before the concert:
Collection of interesting (and recent) blog posts and articles. Not all are related to the upcoming concert. Keeping you entertained, while waiting the concert to begin (or the setlist threads on fan forums).
Bruce Springsteen still calls the shots on the fly – denverpost.com
Today: Bruce Springsteen played Kemper Arena, Kansas City in 1984 – 28 years ago – johannasvisions.com
Bruce Springsteen plays the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on November 17, 1990 – johannasvisions.com
Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “No Surrender” (1984) by Mark Saleski – somethingelsereviews.com
‘Bruce’ a fresh look at Springsteen – columbiatribune.com
Q&A: Peter Ames Carlin on his Bruce Springsteen Bio – portlandmonthlymag.com
Reviews & Other:
Bruce Springsteen rocks Pepsi Center for hours – 9news.com
Bruce Springsteen at Pepsi Center, 11/19/12 – blogs.westword.com
Springsteen rocks Denver’s Pepsi Center (photos and review) – sourcenewspapers.com
Bruce Springsteen at the Pepsi Center – westword.com
Last 3 Photos by Paul – Thanks!
Bruce Springsteen Fan Discussion/Forums:
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