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Bruce Springsteen is Taking His New Album on the Road!

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are going back on tour, and it all begins just weeks after the release of Springsteen’s 17th studio album, “Wrecking Ball” is released on March 6.

The tour, that bears the same name as the album, will begin its American leg on March 18 in Atlanta and wraps up in Bruce’s home state of New Jersey on May 2. On April 29, Bruce and the Band will perform at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, which is currently the only stop on the tour for which tickets are currently on sale. Ticket sales for the majority of the other 18 stops on the tour begin on Saturday, January 28. Once done in the United States, they will head to Europe for a much lengthier 32-stop tour.

Many fans have already gotten a glimpse of what to expect from the album, as Springsteen performed the title track at Madison Square Garden for a 5-night stint just before it was demolished. And, with the news that he also has guests such as Rage Against the Machine, Tom Morello from the Machine; and Matt Chamberlain from Pearl Jam, it’s also said that the album will have a much heavier and more intense feel than any of Bruce’s albums in the past. And his manager, Jon Landau, has been quoted as saying, “Bruce has dug down as deep as he can to come up with this vision of modern life.” The album has also been said to tackle major issues such as social injustice.

This is the first tour in which the band will travel without saxophonist and founding E Street member, Clarence Clemons, who passed away after suffering from complications of a stroke last summer. Springsteen has announced on his official website that the band will not be replacing Clemons and will be traveling without a saxophonist. You can also find on the website a complete listing of tour, as well as ticket sale, dates.

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