Bruce Springsteen Performs A Tribute Concert For The September 11 Attacks
During a recent post on Twitter, Bruce Springsteen shared his thoughts and prayers for the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks while sharing footage from his tribute concert.
In 2001, the terrorist group al-Qaeda attacked the civilians in the United States with hijacked airplanes, killing around 3000 innocent people and injuring over 25.000 citizens. The citizens of the United States have been gathering every year to honor and mourn the deaths of those who passed.
Some days ago, there was a memorial event in New York, including a tribute concert for the victims of 9/11. In this event, Bruce Springsteen was on the stage and performed ‘I’ll See You In My Dream,’ one of the songs featured in the 2020’s ‘Letter To You’ record.
Bruce paid his tribute to his fallen brothers and sisters by praying for their souls before starting his performance and wishing God bless their families, friends, and loved ones.
Here’s what Bruce Springsteen wrote after sharing the performance on Twitter:
“May God bless our fallen brothers and sisters, and their families, their friends, and their loved ones.”
You can check out the post below.
May god bless our fallen brothers and sisters, and their families, their friends, and their loved ones. pic.twitter.com/Zb2oqlSIfH
— Bruce Springsteen (@springsteen) September 14, 2021