Bruce Springsteen falls on stage

Bruce Springsteen unexpectedly fell to the ground at a concert in Amsterdam. The rock musician stumbled and lay motionless for a moment.

Bruce Springsteen fell on stage during a performance in Amsterdam last weekend. A video of a concert visitor showing the faux pas is currently circulating on Twitter. However, the singer, who has been nicknamed “The Boss” by his fans, can’t be knocked out by such a thing. He took the fall with humor.

With a guitar in hand, Springsteen sprinted up the stairs on stage, apparently missing a step. He stumbled, fell, and then remained on his back for a short time. His bandmates helped him, but quickly realized that the US singer was fine. He got up again, made a face and joked into the microphone: “Good night everyone!” Apparently he was able to finish the concert without any problems.

“Thank god nothing happened to Bruce Springsteen when he fell on stage last night,” wrote the user who posted the video. “I’m glad he’s doing well,” said another relieved person.

Bruce Springsteen is currently on a world tour with his E Street Band. In Germany, “The Boss” will give a total of three concerts: on June 21, 2023 in the Düsseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena, on July 15 in Hamburg in the Volksparkstadion and on July 23 in the Olympic Stadium in Munich.

The American is one of the world’s most successful musicians of our time. He started his career in 1965 when he joined the band Castiles at the age of 16 and played in small clubs. The group was successful, even making an appearance at the then highly sought-after Cafe Wha? in NYC. What followed is history. In 1975 Bruce Springsteen made his commercial breakthrough as a solo artist with his third album “Born to Run”.

In 2021, he sold the rights to all of his songs to Sony Music Entertainment for $500 million. Not unusual behavior for musicians. Tina Turner also relinquished her rights during her lifetime and accumulated a handsome fortune.

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