Bruce in the U.S.A.
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Bruce in the U.S.A. Biography
Bruce In The USA is much more than just another tribute...This high-energy musical experience is a note-perfect and visually accurate recreation of a Bruce Springsteen & The E. St. Band show.Matt Ryan, from the World Famous "Legends In Concert" cast, played the Springsteen character for eight years, in their "full scale" Las Vegas show. The great success with "Legends" evolved his character into the Bruce In The USA show. His amazing portrayal of "The Boss" (not to mention his jaw-dropping resemblance) is as close as you can get to see the real thing in concert. Backed by a strong, powerful Clarence "The Big Man" Clemence…and a smokin' handed "Little Stevie", Bruce In The USA takes this genre of performance art to a whole new level. Making it the World's #1 Tribute to the E. St. Band's legacy.To millions of die hard fans around the world, it's Springsteen's marathon, party-like performances that have elevated him to hero status. Bruce's legendary concerts (in the largest arenas) sell-out within hours of their announced sale. For those even lucky enough to get a ticket, there was nothing that could fill the aching void in between Bruce's long-awaited tours…until now.The Bruce In The USA show was born on the Las Vegas Strip in the winter of 2004, with it's debut at the Aladdin Hotel and Casino's majestic "V Theatre". The West Coast's most acclaimed musicians and characters were casted into a double-take version of the E. St. Band. Bruce In The USA assaulted the senses in a fun-filled and exciting party atmosphere on the Vegas Strip, while suspending disbelief for even the toughest skeptics. They've been met with critical acclaim by even the toughest skeptics, from the Stone Pony, Asbury Park to House Of Blues' and large theatres across the country, where sell out crowds are on their feet from the first song to the last. Clarence Clemence himself, joined the band on stage in New York, claiming after the show that it was the greatest Tribute he's ever seen...Can't argue with "The Big Man"