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The song was saved, and with great humor Bruce added, "Before you commit suicide, let me play you this next one." "Better Days," "The Ties That Bind," and "Out in the Street" made a mighty triumvirate. Brisbane might have to sharpen up its skills in the pit, but the fans got a crowd-surfing Bruce back to the stage and in one piece eventually.
Tonight delivered pretty much everything you'd expect at a Springsteen gig.
Hits, rarities, requests, and a man and his band who are prepared night after night to go out on a limb and create magic. It gets built, it gets filled with concertgoers, it empties out, it gets taken apart, and kangaroos return to eat the grass and perhaps catch a buzz from so much spilled booze.
It's gonna be a corker." Bruce seemed especially eager to mingle with the crowd tonight and did so with gusto when joined by Steve for songs to be played since the tour's opening night in Perth three weeks ago.
Bruce held his guitar aloft waiting for Roy's piano to begin "Growin' Up" before telling the tale of how he came to own an $18 guitar from Western Auto Parts on Main Street in Freehold.
With his James Brown-style cape at his feet, Bruce urged us to join him on Thursday night for "another spectacular." Thank you, brother. Setlist: New York City Serenade (with strings) Lucky Town Janey Don't You Lose Heart Rendezvous Be True Back in Your Arms Better Days The Ties That Bind Out in the Street Hungry Heart Wrecking Ball Leap of Faith The River Youngstown Candy's Room She's the One Because the Night The Rising Badlands Rosalita * * * Secret Garden Born to Run Dancing in the Dark Tenth Avenue Freeze-out Shout Bobby Jean February 11 / Hanging Rock / Macedon, AU Notes: There is no more complicated concert event in Australia than a show at Hanging Rock in the Macedon Ranges of Victoria. Because the hillside that on this day was crammed with 20,000 people, food trucks galore, merch stands, and, of course, a massive stage, is normally empty. Such a massive, one-off production comes with risk. Will people drive an hour north of Melbourne to see a show?
Will the main act provide a performance that justifies so much time and effort? Bruce, band, crowd — even the elements aligned: Rain seemingly triggered by the opening chords of an acoustic "The Promised Land" produced a rainbow that brought cheers.
Spellbinding, this has become one of the signature moments of the tour.
The full house was in a particularly joyful mood as Bruce and the band kicked it to a rousing and rare "Lucky Town." Reaching for a sign, Springsteen broke out the tour debut of "Janey Don't You Lose Heart" next.
"We're gonna get our asses into this thing if it kills us," Bruce announced.