A Stripped-Down Rick Springfield Headed to Colonial Theatre [Berkshire on Stage]

By Larry Murray

The best butt in the business is no longer being sued for assaulting a member of the audience with his buttocks in Syracuse. (News Report) It happened at the 2004 New York State Fair while Rick Springfield was singing his 1983 single “Human Touch,” shaking his rear end and interacting with his audience. The artist says he doesn’t remember the incident, and his fans supported him online, while the gossips had a field day with his “buns of death”. But all that is in the past. Springfield hasn’t slowed down since that incident, and still loves the personal touch of singing and interacting with those who come to his concert.

Usually he takes to the road with a band, but this time it is just the man and his guitar, which makes for a very up-close-an-personal show which arrives at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield on Wednesday (March 26).

It is Rick Springfield’s first-ever solo acoustic tour which means that in addition to playing unplugged versions of many of his memorable tunes, Springfield will share stories about the songs and his life during the performances and do a Q&A session with fans after the performance.

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