Skip to comments.Oops! Bruce Springsteen greets concert crowd with 'Hello Ohio!' ... but he was in Michigan
Posted on 11/15/2009 8:13:56 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
Um, you've got the wrong state, Boss.
Legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen made an onstage geography goof Friday when he bellowed "Hello, Ohio!" to adoring fans at the Auburn Hills Palace -- in Michigan.
The "Born in the USA" crooner referred to the neighboring state several times before trusty E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt whispered their actual location into his ear.
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The number of concerts these people give (performers in general), it’s a wonder they don’t make mistakes like these more often.
I hardly go anywhere anymore, and I still can’t figure out where I am half the time.
Now I am beginning to have doubts as to whether the “Boss” was actually “Born in the USA”.
Not a smart mistake with the Ohio-Michigan game coming up.
Bruce Springsteen is still alive?
Someone should tell him his career died around 1989.
Keep smokin' that peyote.
Needs to use an all purpose generic greeting like Hello Earthlings!!!
Stupid dumbass. Springsteen peaked in 1975. He’s a washed up has-been.
“Someone should tell him his career died around 1989.”
I got ‘79.
Not a big fan of the whole faux “Born in the USA” working man schtick.....
LOL. You know what trips me up? Days of the week — except Sunday, of course. Other than that, I have a 1 in 6 chance of guessing right.
Video of one of the times he did it...
First time he did it was in the greeting “Good evening Ohio!.....Detroit...aghhhhhh...oh my god”
He was just speaking Japanese.
Never liked Springstreen!
Years ago when I worked for a well known national touring band I sometimes woke up in my hotel room bed wondering where the heck I was. After about 37 days on the road every town was Cleveland.
I’ve met the guy 3 or 4 times. He ain’t the brightest bulb in the string..........
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