Bruce Springsteen saluted veterans on Memorial Day weekend by releasing video of "The Wall," a cut from his album High Hopes, he played during a gig in Charlotte, North Carolina. He said the song was dedicated to the memory of his friend Walter who died in Vietnam.
"It was a tremendous, tremendous loss," he said introducing the tune.
"To our neighborhood, to our town, to that thing inside of you that feels somehow that the best should get their shot. And to be honest, as we went along, and I met a lot of Vietnam veterans . . . who were injured and were hurt terribly and who swore to themselves, 'Never again, never again.' But of course it happens again and again. So this is for any of our veterans out there."
After four months on the road in support of High Hopes the Boss wrapped the trek in Connecticut on May 18.
Copyright(c) 2014 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved