Bruce Springsteen Delivers Hopeful Message About Life After Pandemic

Music icon Bruce Springsteen recently hosted the SiriusXM show “E Street Radio,” in which he spoke at length about his attitude towards the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“As hard as it is to believe right now, your children will go back to school,” the 70-year-old singer shared in an attempt to spread a message of hope to the audience. “Churches will be open and full.
You will once again hug and kiss family members at your gatherings.
You will shout over the noise of a crowded bar to order a drink and speak to your friends.”

“You will buy a hot dog at Yankee Stadium. You will walk through the streets of your hometown, free and easy. You may hold a complete stranger on a crowded dance floor. And 50,000 people will once again scream their heads off somewhere in New Jersey,” he added.

Hosting the show for the third time, he also revealed that he has taken to having “a shot and a beer” or “a little vodka and soda” at exactly 4 PM every day.

He also proclaimed that when the crisis is over, he is planning on throwing “the wildest party you have ever seen – and you, my friends, are all invited.”

Source: RTT Music News

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