The Boss silenced at Hyde Park
Bruce Springsteen had his microphones switched off at yesterday’s (Saturday 14 July) performances at Hard Rock Calling in London’s Hyde Park.
The Boss had already played a hit-heavy, crowd-pleasing three hour set at the concert and had exceeded the noise curfew imposed on the event by 30 minutes when he had his microphone switched off, bringing the show to an end.
He didn’t have time to thank the crowd – who had enjoyed his most well known songs including Born in the USA – and he and Sir Paul McCartney who had joined him to sing the Beatles numbers including Twist and Shout, had to leave the stage in silence.
Today will see Paul Simon play.