Springsteen logs longest USA concert EVER

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While nearing his 67th birthday, The Boss is showing no signs of slowing down.  Long known for putting on the longest concerts in rock, last night Bruce Springsteen pushed the envelope yet again.  At his hometown stadium, the Met Life arena in New Jersey, he clocked in at three hours and fifty two minutes.

A monster set that contained 35 songs, and closed with a fireworks display, it was a return to form for the blue-collar rocker.  In earlier years, Springsteen concerts would run for nearly two hours, break for an intermission, and return for another full set of music.

For those of us who perform three hour, nonstop, Dueling Pianos shows, this certainly raises the bar.  We have our work cut out for us…

Attention Piano Teachers, Professors, and Educators…

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To all our friends and colleagues in music schools, universities, conservatories and private academies across the country:

We want to invite you and your fellow teachers and students to Piano Summit 2017, here in New York City next March.  This event will be the largest, and most comprehensive piano/keyboard event EVER conceived.  Three days of panels, programming and performances!

With just 200 days before #pianosummit2017 gets underway, our growing Facebook group is now 1500+ strong, including many teachers from across the country.  You can join here!

Today, we are launching our AFFILIATE REWARDS program for Piano Summit 2017. For every person you refer that purchases a three-day pass to the Summit, you can get $10!
Just have them give your name on www.PianoSummit2017.com, when asked ‘How did you hear about Piano Summit?’
(Reciprocal referrals will not be valid)

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