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E Street Radio, the US radio station dedicated to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, is mentioned as his chosen driving soundtrack (in his beatdown Cadillac) on treads a thin line between romanticised masculinity – picture him with a guitar slung over his back and nowhere to go but the open road – and the outdated template of hegemonic masculinity, where women are referred to as “girl” or “woman”, as we hear Hansard sing on .
He’s forever in battle with himself, agonising over staying in love and feeling stuck or being single and roaming free, but love and life aren’t easily placed into those separate categories and this mindset feels as stuck in a rut as the love story he’s narrating.
The sound quality of his band did not disappoint as it filled the century old theatre with ease. Last nights show was just so great in every aspect; Great venue, we were able to stand by the wall which allowed us a great view and a little room for dancing, and Glens performance did not disappoint!
I was a little anxious since we brought someone to see him for the first time and didn’t know if she would be a fan but she found him to be as awesome as we do! The show was opened by an experimental Jazz duo, Joe Quartz, whom Glen had invited from Paris, before Glen and his band entered the stage.
Subtracting time from the opener, setup, etc., Glen himself gave a solid two and a half hour performance. I wish he played NY more often, but I guess I’m spoiled enough as I see him every year.
Beacon Theatre is cool and has seating, but the acoustics are better for rock at Brooklyn Steel.
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