Bruce Springsteen Sends Tech to Hospital After On-Stage Mishap

On February 3, 2023, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band were performing at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia when an unexpected incident occurred. During the show, Bruce Springsteen threw his Fender Telecaster guitar off stage and it accidentally struck his longtime guitar tech Kevin Buell in the head.

The incident was captured on video by a fan who was attending the show. In the video, you can see Springsteen throwing his guitar off stage after playing a solo. The guitar then flies across the stage and hits Buell in the face before landing on the ground.

Buell was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries but is expected to make a full recovery. He has been working with Springsteen since 1999 and is considered one of the most experienced techs in the music industry.

This isn’t the first time that Bruce Springsteen has had an onstage mishap during a performance. In 2012, he fell off stage while performing in Sweden and suffered minor injuries. He also had an incident in 2016 where he fell offstage during a concert in Australia.

Despite these occasional mishaps, Bruce Springsteen remains one of rock’s most beloved performers. His fans have been loyal for decades and continue to support him through thick and thin. This latest incident is just another example of how passionate he is about delivering an unforgettable live experience for his fans every night.

Bruce Springsteen’s team released a statement following the incident saying that they are grateful that Kevin Buell is doing well and that they are taking all necessary precautions to ensure everyone’s safety while on tour. They also thanked their fans for their continued support throughout this time.

No matter what happens on stage, Bruce Springsteen will always be remembered as one of rock’s greatest performers who continues to captivate audiences around the world with his unique brand of music and energetic live performances.


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