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“Rose Tattoo” by Dropkick Murphys Featuring Bruce Springsteen

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    “Rose Tattoo” by Dropkick Murphys Featuring Bruce Springsteen is a Celtic punk song.

    Song Title: Rose Tattoo
    Artist: Dropkick Murphys Featuring Bruce Springsteen
    Genre: Celtic punk
    Lead Vocals: Al Barr, Ken Casey
    Vocals: Bruce Springsteen, Tim Brennan, Jeff DaRosa, Matt Kelly, James Lynch, Michelle DaRosa, Niki Cremmen
    Guitar: Tim Brennan, Jeff DaRosa, James Lynch
    Acoustic Guitar: Jeff DaRosa
    Banjo: Winston Marshall
    Bass Guitar: Ken Casey
    Drums: Matt Kelly
    Bagpipes Bagpipes: Scruffy Wallace
    Number of listens: 2511
    Current rank: 2880 (updated weekly)
    Highest rank: 2530 (play the video all the way through to register a vote for this song)

    Bruce Springsteen collaborated with the Dropkick Murphys after the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 to re-record “Rose Tattoo” for charity. Springsteen contacted the Dropkick Murphys the day of the attack and asked what he could do to help the victims.

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    Fans at Bruce Springsteen’s Dublin concert on Tuesday, July 17, 2012, the first concert after the ill-fated Hyde Park concert (see next item), were greeted by a giant prop electrical power switch on stage.
    Bruce Springsteen opened the show by announcing “Before we were so rudely interrupted.”
    Bruce Springsteen flipped the giant prop switch to “ON” and his band launched into the final minute of “Twist and Shout”, the song that had been cut short in London three nights earlier.
    That song was followed by Bobby Fuller Four’s “I Fought the Law”.
    During the Dublin concert, Bruce Springsteen held up a sign that read, “Only the Boss says when to pull the plug.”
    Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band finished their Dublin performance before the 11 p.m. curfew. In 2009, Dublin fined the band $61,000 for playing past curfew.

    John Stewart of @TheDailyShow tweeted “Springsteen gets to sing as loud as he wants & as long as he wants! He’s the BOSS!”

music news

    Concert organizer Live Nation pulled the plug on a Bruce Springsteen concert in London’s Hyde Park on Saturday, July 14, 2012.
    Bruce Springsteen had already exceeded the 10:30 p.m. curfew by a half an hour when Paul McCartney joined him on stage to sing “I Saw her Standing There” and “Twist and Shout”.
    Live Nation officials turned off the microphones, forcing Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney to leave the stage without even getting a chance to thank the audience.
    Live Nation claimed that silencing the musicians was “in the interest of the public’s health and safety.”
    Steven Van Zandt, guitarist in Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band, criticized the decision as "heavy-handed".
    Steven Van Zandt wrote on Twitter, “English cops may be the only individuals left on earth that wouldn’t want to hear one more from Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney!” and “On a Saturday night! Who were we disturbing?” and “There’s no grudges held. Just feel bad for our great fans. ... It’s some City Council stupid rule.”
    London Mayor Boris Johnson was critical, saying, “It sounds to me like an excessively efficious decision. You won’t get that during the Olympics. If they’d called me, my answer would have been for them to jam in the name of the Lord!”
    There are calls for boycotting the London Olympics because of the murder of Lennox by government officials.

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