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These are the glory days

Cape Times

Legendary singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen rocked the crowd last night during the first concert of his South African tour.

Springsteen who performed for 10,000 adoring fans at the Bellville Velodrome in Cape Town, kicked off the show with the historical song "Free Nelson Mandela."

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Bellville. 26.01.14. Bruce Springsteen belts it out during his performance at the Bellville velodrome. Picture Ian LandsbergBellville.26.01.14. Bruce Springsteen and Steve van Zandt of the E Street Band perform in Cape Town for the first time, at the Bellville Velodrome. Two of the three concerts are sold out (capacity 8000). The first song of the souncheck that he played on SA soil was Raise Your Hand. This concert kicks of his High Hopes Show around his 18th studio album, released Jan 14, 2014. He moves on to Joburg Feb 1. Picture Ian Landsberg. Reporter Theresa SmithBellville. 26.01.14. Bruce Springsteen with bassist Gary Tallent and Steve van Zandt and the E Street band belt it out during his performance at the Bellville Velodrome. Picture Ian LandsbergBellville.26.01.14. Bruce Springsteen with bassist gary tallent and Steve van Zandt of the E Street Band perform in Cape Town for the first time, at the Bellville Velodrome. Two of the three concerts are sold out (capacity 8000). The first song of the souncheck that he played on SA soil was Raise Your Hand. This concert kicks of his High Hopes Show around his 18th studio album, released Jan 14, 2014. He moves on to Joburg Feb 1. Picture Ian Landsberg. Reporter Theresa Smith

Photos: Ian Landsberg

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