Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Bruce Springsteen says goodbye to Sweden – Expressen

After two sold out Ullevi gigs leaving Bruce Springsteen’s band E Street Band Sweden.

The whole band except Bruce Springsteen has now left Landvetter.

– Thank you all for a great time, said drummer Max Weinberg.

at three o’clock wrote Bruce Springsteen autographs at Gothenburg hotel.

Bruce Springsteen , 66, has sold out Ullevi in ​​both Saturday’s and Monday’s gig.

When the band left the Plaza Elite Hotel in Gothenburg, where they have stayed during their stay, stayed only one, and said goodbye til the fans.

Keyboardist Roy Bittan and bassist Garry Tallent left the first hotel, followed by guitarist Nils Lofgren and drummer Max Weinberg.

Weinberg took the opportunity to greet the fans even before he jumped into the car to go from place.

– Thank you all for a great time, says the E Street band drummer Max Weinberg.

After the band left the hotel were safety ropes away, which has kept the fans on site during the time “the Boss” has been at the hotel.

the entire E Street Band without Bruce Springsteen has now left Landvetter in Gothenburg.

at three o’clock on Tuesday appeared since Bruce Springsteen outside the hotel when he came back from taking a walk in Gothenburg. Then he wrote autographs for excited fans. Afterwards, he chose to go to the hotel again.

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E Street Band arrived in Gothenburg already on Thursday, while the weekend’s protagonist Bruce Springsteen appeared up on the West Coast on Friday.

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Then also took his musicians to thank the Swedish fans for their involvement.

Steven “Little Steven” Van Zandt, guitarist for the E Street Band then expressed his love for our country.

– I love Sweden and Gothenburg. It feels good to be back, he said on Thursday.

“Little Steven” also promised the crowd a great show – which they seem to have been given.

Both gigs on Saturday and Monday have got four wasps each in the rating of Expressen’s music journalist Anders Nunstedt.

on Wednesday play Bruce Springsteen in Oslo, but the “boss” return to Gothenburg in July 23 for a third concert at Ullevi.

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