Sunday, May 01, 2005
On this day:

Shut Up and Sing Bruce

The Arizona Republic: Springsteen captivates Glendale crowd with acoustic show by Larry Rodgers
Springsteen chose to be fairly economical with his comments between songs, although he did call for "a humane immigration policy" before playing the new "Matamoros Banks," lambaste the "dinosaur" mentality of the Bush administration (before "Part Man, Part Monkey") and talk about drifting away from the Catholic church (as a prelude to the new "Jesus Was An Only Son" ), among other ramblings. He ad-libbed a "That's right" after one audience member yelled "(Expletive) the president" at one point.
Give a narcissist a stage, and there's no telling what he'll do.