Bruce Springsteen Ends Broadway Shutdown

Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen, the American singer, and songwriter brought an end to the shutdown of Broadway on the 26th of June that fell on a Saturday. The shutdown was the longest of all in the history of broadway which went on for a span of 471 days. The reopening by the music sensation was not something that was expected by anybody.

Bruce Springsteen Excites The Audience

The show starring “The Boss,” which is the nickname of the music personality, was held at one of the theatres called St. James. It was a solo show with very limited engagement. Despite the historical contribution of Bruce Springsteen to the opening day, there was never a moment where he uttered “Broadway.” He stated that he felt “great” to be present there. The preparations were such that the audience could not get access to the show without proving their vaccination. And after getting a look at the performer of the day, they expressed their excitement and by cheering, “Bruuuuuuuuce.”

Other celebrities to attend the Broadway show performance of the 71-year-old Bruce Springsteen included Steven van Zandt, the American singer, and songwriter, Pete Buttigieg, the United States Secretary of Transportation, Chaston Buttigieg, Pete’s husband, Jordan Roth, the President of the Jujamcyn Theatres, Brian Stokes Mitchell, the Tony Award winner, and Brian Williams, the American journalist at MSNBC.

The show called “Springsteen on Broadway” used to be held at the theatre called Walter Kerr. The show ran from the year 2017 till 2018. It was extremely successful. And owing to the success, the show was also filmed for the popular streaming channel, Netflix. The artist gave a few details into his life during the coronavirus pandemic. It was said that he prepared a podcast featuring the former President Barack Obama, talked about the release of his fresh album, and also stated that he was under arrest in public.