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Fresh update on "bruce springsteen" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

01:10 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bruce springsteen" discussed on Rollye James

"Glaciers, Tony Braxton, Edward James almost narrated it. Aerosmith was 2001 and Tampa and let's see you two, 2002 in Louisiana. 93 at Qualcomm San Diego Shania Twain, 90 2004, Jessica Simpson, Janet Jackson. P diddy, Kid Rock Justin Timberlake. Okay, 95 was Paul McCartney. 96 in Detroit, The Rolling Stones. 97 and dolphin stadium was prince. I'm sorry, 2007, not 97, 2007, 2008, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, 2009 Bruce Springsteen. 2010, the who, black eyed peas, 2011, Madonna, 2012, beyond say and Destiny's Child 2013. Bruno Mars 2014 with Red Hot Chili Peppers. Katy Perry 2015, along with Lenny Kravitz and others. So yeah, that's the deal. 93 that I have spoken. In 93, they didn't start the Super Bowl earlier than 66, then we would have been talking 67. Right. Well, yeah, I remember that first one very well. And it wasn't, it became big after the fact. I don't remember what television spots sold for in the first one, but not in a millions they're selling for now. Yeah. Okay, Roby, thank you very much for the history lesson on that. All right, thanks for calling. I appreciate it. All right, have a good weekend. Take care. I would not have known. That's for sure. But yeah, I remember that LA and then the next two in Miami, but the halftime shows really weren't anything to speak of. I mean, marching bands and stuff doing, I don't know, a tribute to mayonnaise. All right, so we'll talk to Fran and Austin and sherry and Naperville and dells and Springfield, and there's room for you. Oh yeah, James on the south side going to get to those stories and more coming up on WGN radio

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Fresh update on "bruce springsteen" discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

00:50 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bruce springsteen" discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Different versions of their songs. And when they do the killing moon, it's a piano. It's just him on the piano. If you've never heard that, you got it right that down. Go listen to that. The killing moon, it's off of the name of the album. It's got a spaceman on the cover. Okay. But it's kind of an alternate version. And it's fucking great. A lot of those synth bands that I like them kind of, but I was in me since we're invading the guitar aspect of rock and roll. I was kind of misguided thinking in retrospect. So I listened back to a lot of stuff now. You mentioned erasure when you were shares. And like I knew all those songs, I knew that I'm like, holy shit, I mean, they were good. They were really good songs, you know? Yep. So we had grown to bunny man. I like stuff. I went back and gave more of a objective listening. And I'm like, this guy's a really good, you know? I love the fix. I think they were great. 6 was a good band. Yeah. That fix was a good band. I wouldn't call him a synth band, but they had since, but that was just the one in that same everybody had since synth in the end. They almost felt like they had to do it. Bruce Springsteen did it. Yeah. Yep. Even the boss. So what do you got? I've got Ian Stewart. Very interesting. He and Stewart, I don't. He was one of the original Rolling Stones. Really? He's a coach. He was in the band, their manager Andrew Luke olden, because he didn't, he wasn't really good-looking. Like the rest of the guys, he didn't fit the image, so they basically made him back out of Emily, played piano for years, was the road manager. But he went on to play several other albums.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And my performance work. One of the questions I'm asked over and over again by fans on the street is how do you do it? In the following pages, I'll try to shed a little light on how and more importantly why. Thanks for reading that. So what's it like for you to write something that doesn't have to rhyme and that you don't have to perform on stage? That's actually not having to perform it on stage is a good one. But it's a little different, you know? I'm used to writing something, it becomes a record, it comes out, then I go perform and I play it, and I get this immediate feedback from the audience. So that's been the pattern of my life, but the book has been a little bit different, you know? I mean, you get feedback from the press and the fans are just starting to get a chance to read it. So I'm looking forward to that. But you still had to find the music inside your language, you know? That's a big part of what sort of move made to begin writing the book. I wrote a little less say and I felt, yeah, this is a good voice. This is a good feeling. It feels like me. But then once you get into the book, you've got to constantly find the rhythm of your prose. And it ends up being quite a musical experience either way. Well, that's one of the things I love about the book is that there is rhythm and music in it, even though it's not a song. So many of your songs particularly the early ones are about searching for a dream and running to bust out of the confines of your life. And in some ways, I get the impression from your book that was your father's story, except he never found the dream. It's kind of like a little bit like the story that you're describing your song, the river. Right. You know, my dad was young. We went to work, but he had been to war, he'd seen some of the world, it wasn't like he was going to be an extensive traveler or something. It didn't seem to be in the nature of in his nature or in the nature of his parents or many of the folks in my family, really there were we had a cousin that went to off to Brown university. It was like a nuclear explosion. It was just incredible for everybody. So you're correct, that my parents did really sort of live out a big part of that story. And to a certain degree, he did find his little piece of what he was looking for in California. Because when you were 19, he moved to California, they moved. They moved out west. Which was a huge undertaking because no one, it's like, it was like moving to another planet for them. But I think that's what my father wanted to do. We wanted to move to another planet. And they had very little I had $3000 and I think they had an old rambler and they slipped two nights in the car and a night in the motel and they had my little sister with him with all this stuff packed on top. It was really go for broke decision and it did pay off for them. I think they enjoyed the West Coast and their California life. Quite a bit, you know, my father still had periods of illness that were kind of a mental illness. Yeah, difficult to manage. But I believe he did feel like he found something there that he couldn't have found at home. Do you think the song born to run is in part about him and I'm part about you? Well, someone mentioned that to me the other day, I always thought it was just about me. But what do you know? And looking back on it, my parents lived out quite a bit of that story themselves. Except you had a dream in a way that your father didn't have a dream that he could articulate. It certainly wasn't one he could articulate. It was just, I got to get out of here. Yeah. So you write to about your father that he was kind of very, let me quote you because you put it so well. You write that he loved me, but he couldn't scan me. He felt we competed for my mother's affections. We did. He also saw in me too much of his real self. Inside, beyond his rage, he harbored a gentleness timidity, shyness, and a dreamy and security. These were things I wore on the outside, and the reflection of these qualities in his boy repelled him, I was soft and he hated soft. Of course, he'd been brought up so off. The mama's boy, just like me. So that's timidity in China that you were on the outside. It's kind of like the opposite of your stage persona. Can you tell us a little bit more about the timidity in shyness of tea burn Burnett once said that much of rock music is simply someone going, wow. Daddy. So I got to take my I've got to take some blame for that myself, I guess, but yeah, it was when I was young, you know, I was very shy and. That was my personality. You know, I was a pretty sensitive kid and quite neurotic Phil was a lot of anxiety. Which all would have been very familiar to my pop, you know? Except, it was a part of himself who was trying to reject. So I got caught in the middle of it, I think. So do you think that your stage persona draws both from the angry and uninhibited side of you and the more inhibited timid side of you? I think it's both there. I think if you just, you know, I think that at plenty of folks if you just looked at the outside, it can read, it's pretty alpha male, you know? Which is a little ironic because that was personally never exactly really me. I think I created my particular stage persona out of out of my dad's life. And perhaps I even built it to suit him to some degree. I was looking for when I was looking for a voice to mix with my voice, I put on my father's work clothes, as I say in the book, and I went to work, whether it was a result of wanting to emulate him, so I felt closer or whether it was, I wanted to, as I say in the book, I wanted to be the reasonable voice of revenge for what I seen his life come to, it was all of these things. And it was an unusual creation, but most of these most people stage personas are creative out of the flotsam and Jetson of their internal geography and they're trying to they're trying to create something that solves a series of very complex problems inside of them, or in their history. And I think when I unknowingly, when I want to do that, that's what I was, I was trying to integrate all of these very difficult things that I've been unable to integrate in my life and in my life with my parents. We're listening back to my 2016 interview with Bruce Springsteen, we'll hear more after a break, this is fresh air. Support for NPR is brought to you by REI. Your local outdoor co op. If you're looking for the outdoors, look no further than outside your door, because the great out there is right

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Paul McCartney wows Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Paul McCartney wows Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss

"Paul McCartney has pulled out all the stops and brought on big name rock and roll guests for a two and a half hour concert at Glastonbury Festival Now at 80 the former Beatles the festival's oldest ever solo headliner McCartney and his band treated the huge crowd to beat those classics like get back hey Jude blackbird and let it be along with solo hits including live and let die through fighters frontman Dave Grohl came on to play saw her standing there and banned on the run while Bruce Springsteen and McCartney the boss and the beatle duetted on Springsteen's glory days and the early Lennon McCartney song I want to be your man Charles De Ledesma London

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Springsteen announces tour

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Springsteen announces tour

"A big time rockstar is ready to hit the road again For the first time in 6 years the boss would be touring again Bruce Springsteen and the E street band say they will launch an arena tour It'll start in February in the U.S. and be followed by a series of stadium shows beginning in April in Europe There are a few details about which city Springsteen will be visiting at least on the U.S. leg of the trip but he says he is looking forward to seeing fans again starting next year It's the first time Springsteen in the east beach band have toured since they finished up the tour in support of their album the river in 2017 I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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What Is Joe Rogan's Podcast Controversy Really About?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:21 min | 8 months ago

What Is Joe Rogan's Podcast Controversy Really About?

"What's the controversy over Joe Rogan's podcast really all about? Now, Joe Rogan is, well, he's not a conservative. He is a fellow who doesn't go with the establishment. He's a fellow who asks questions. He's a fellow who likes to learn, he puts guys on his podcast, he doesn't mind putting guys from widely across the political spectrum. It's not clear what Joe Rogan's own politics are at one point I think he said he voted for why I wanted to vote for Bernie Sanders. I know that he wasn't an enthusiast of Biden. In fact, he memorably described Biden as going with Biden as kind of going on a hike with a guy with a very dim lightbulb that was about to go out. Flashlight. And this is the intolerable Ness if I can coin a word of Joe Rogan is that he doesn't play from the official, while sheet music. And this is why the left is determined to get him. He also has a wide reach of big influence the number one podcast really in the country. And so they want to bring Joe Rogan to heal. And this all started with a couple of hundred medical professionals and now some of them were just med students. This wasn't really the best and the brightest of the medical community, but nevertheless, they dash off this letter to Spotify, Joe Rogan is putting out misinformation, I guess this has to do with Rogan's interview with Malone, the virologist and the epidemiologist who is a partial inventor of the mRNA technology. And this is a guy who Malone, who's not, again, on board with the CDC on COVID. And so they want to get Joe Rogan's podcast pulled off of Spotify. And then Neil Young, the musician jumped on board and goes, I'm gonna pull my music from Spotify and Spotify is like, okay, and now others have piled in Joni Mitchell, apparently Bruce Springsteen Crosby, Stills & Nash. Now, if you notice most of these guys are like 75 year old rockers, we're not talking here about the biggest stars of music today. They've been a little bit silent about all this, but this pressure from the left for these people to join in. At one point, I saw something with the effect of the obamas are now using their leverage with Spotify to pull

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US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War's End

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 1 year ago

US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War's End

"Twenty years after the September eleventh attacks the US commemorates with a ceremony at ground zero that included family members of those killed three presidents and Bruce Springsteen among the performers why didn't Obama and Clinton stood side by side somberly at the national September eleventh memorial the president left the speaking to family members like Michael Lowe who lost his daughter Sarah a flight attendant on one of the hijacked planes that hit the towers are fine sustenance and a continuing appreciation all of those Bruce rose to be more than ordinary people at a father's pride in his daughter's selfless acts in the last moments of her life another speaker Springsteen who performed I'll see you in my dreams regardless of phone brother and sister most of the almost three thousand people that died on nine eleven were in New York at ground zero I'm Julie Walker

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Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

Always In Fashion

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

"Hurricane on re is bearing down on the tri state with current models showing the category one storm, likely making landfall by early tomorrow afternoon. Somewhere along Central or Eastern, Long Island. Laundry is expected to come ashore with the sustained winds of at least 80 MPH with wind gusts topping 100 MPH. Widespread flooding is expected and Governor Cuomo declaring a state of emergency for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley Coastal Connecticut, also under a hurricane warning, including New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties. Earlier today, Cuomo telling New Yorkers in flood prone areas to evacuate If you know you are in an area that tends to flood if you know you are in a tidal area that tends to flood, if you know You are in an area that is subject to title surgeons. Get out of that area now, please. Widespread power outages are also expected in the city and parts of New Jersey. We're under a tropical storm warning and could see upwards of four inches of rain and winds hitting 50 MPH. Mayor de Blasio, announcing that outdoor dining in the city will be suspended tomorrow. The New York City concert in Central Park is going on as scheduled at this hour with Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon. Among the headliners. A crowd of 60,000 was expected on the Great Lawn, with the mayor urging all concertgoers to head home immediately as soon as the concert

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Bruce Springsteen's Daughter Makes Olympic Equestrian Team

Tim Conway Jr.

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Bruce Springsteen's Daughter Makes Olympic Equestrian Team

"And Bruce Springsteen's daughters going to represent the U. S and the upcoming Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Jessica Springsteen is one of four equestrians who made the team. Springsteen, who's 29 has been riding horses since she was Four was her dad's Bruce

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Bruce springsteen spoke with terry gross in two thousand sixteen the publication of his memoir which he adapted into his one man show. That's now back on broadway. You can see a film version of the performance on net flicks and there's also a soundtrack of the show coming up. Justin chang reviews the new steven soderbergh film. No sudden move. Starring don cheadle and benicio del toro on. Hbo max this is fresh air support for this npr. Podcast and the following message. Come from hot wire. Imagine a nice vacation. Is there a view of the parking lot. No so don't book a cheap hotel book inexpensive hotel for cheap on hot wire. You can stay in a nicer hotel than you ever thought possible. Just select your city neighborhood and amenities then get your heart rate. Better views king sized beds and freshly pressed waffle woven robes await you and also actual waffles download the hot wire app now and book. Beyond your wildest means all bookings final herschel critic justin chang recommends the ensemble crime thriller. No sudden move which stars don cheadle. And benicio del toro as to nineteen fifties. Detroit gangsters drawn into a citywide conspiracy. It's the latest movie directed by steven soderbergh and it begins streaming this week on hbo. Max here's justin. Eight years ago steven soderbergh announced his retirement from feature filmmaking happily for us. It turned out to be short-lived since twenty. Seventeen he's been on a tear cranking out one or two new movies a year. Among them the brilliant nascar heist thriller logan lucky. The sharp sports agency drama high flying bird and the laundromat in irreverent. Look at financial fraud in the twenty first century what connects these movies is how a tuned. They are to matters of class and money in a way that still pretty rare in hollywood his engrossing new movie. No sudden move continues. This trend it's an ensemble. Crime thriller set in nineteen fifty. Four detroit a gorgeous designed world of fidora's and trenchcoats smokey wood-paneled offices and vintage automobiles like the classic fifties. Noirs that inspired it. Ed solomon's densely plotted script is full of double crosses and dirty dealings at the center of the story are two crooks don cheadle plays kirk goin- 's and benicio del toro plays ronald rousseau. They're low level gangsters who've been hired by mr jones a nicely menacing. Turn by brendon frazier in this scene. In which the three of them meet for the first time. Ronald is paranoid about sitting in the front seat of a car. Clearly worried that. Kurt might try to attack him from behind. Mr was sitting in front. I'd like to sit in the back. This is ridiculous. We're wasting time. Guess kirk meet ronald ronald kurt. They're hired as part of a plan to coerce. A guy named mark into stealing top secret document from the company where he works curtain. Ronald's job is to babysit mark's wife and kids at their home while the theft is taking place but as you might expect from a tenth situation with masked men loaded guns and a terrified family. The scheme quickly goes awry amid the fallout curtain. Ronald realize they've been drawn into a major corporate conspiracy when the document eventually falls into their possession. They realized they could profit handsomely if they play their cards right and if they stay alive which is a big if as they sue learn. There's a price on their heads. Over the next few days they run afoul of any number of nasty characters including a local kingpin played by bill duke and a surly gangster played by an amusingly typecast. Ray liotta jon. Hamm turns up as a nosy police detective and looks right at home in the decade before madman through it. All cheadle del toro who have both worked with soderbergh before maintain a nicely. Combative repore playing two very different men who have grown weary of their lives of crime while ronald plans to retire. Kurt has nobler intentions. He wants to pour some of the spoils back into the black communities in detroit that have suffered heavily under racist housing policies and zoning laws those are just a few of the many social issues the movie touches on including the tensions between the city's black and italian populations and the disastrous environmental consequences of an unchecked automobile industry. These matters aren't always woven as smoothly into the story as they could have been but they give no sudden move a potent edge nonetheless. You're pulled in by the suave camera. Camerawork and hannah beakers rich mid-century production design but you're also made aware of the inequities churning beneath the surface. That social conscience is nothing new for soderbergh. Who's made some of his best movies about working class drivers from erin brockovich to magic mike here. He's less focused on individuals than an entire corrupt system. Showing us how the men in the executive suites are as crooked as the ones shooting each other in the streets but while no sudden move does feature a lot of awful male misbehavior. Soderbergh has always been just as interested in his female characters and he doesn't neglect the crucial roles. Played by the women in this fifties. Gang-land setting amy assignments a key force on the soderbergh produced series. The girlfriend experience gives one of the movies best performances as mark's wife. Mary unlike her feckless fool of a husband. She handles a scary situation with unflappable. Smarts and courage there are other terrific actors to like lauren. The strada julia fox. And frankie shaw they may be playing housewives or mistresses or secretaries but they all have an inner strength or defined streak a refusal to let the kaddish and controlling men in their lives. Call the shots. I'd gladly follow. Any of them into movies of their own. Especially of soderbergh is around to direct them. Justin chang is film critic for the l. a. times he reviewed no sudden move now streaming on. Hbo max on monday. Show john batiste the music director and bandleader on the late. Show with stephen colbert. Teast won an oscar golden globe and a critics choice award for composing the jazz music for the animated film soul. His latest album of songs called we are reflects his deep knowledge and love of jazz soul hip hop pop and gospel. I hope you can join us for terry. Gross i'm dave davies..

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Enjoying what you're doing together. Do you feel like there's an extrovert and an introvert within you. That sometimes compete. I suppose everyone everyone has that in. May it's it's just a lot more noticeable. The extremes are are a lot greater if you see me performing. You're going that guy. Simply the most extra footage i i've ever seen what is show off you know and But if you see me very often on a daily basis and all all the while growing up. I was very very introverted very introverted. So i have sort of extremes of both of those characteristics as you mentioned in your book you wanted to write songs that you would outgrow that you could sing as an adult aren't just kids sars done accomplished born. You're seeing some of your early songs now as you still do born to run. Does those son have a different meaning to you than it did. When you first started performing it just at a series of concerts with the show was very interesting because we'd start with my earliest material and we played about half a record off of our of our first record and then half or three quarters of the second record so is going back to my earliest music and re singing my earliest songs that i wrote when i was twenty two and it was funny that they just fit perfectly. Well you know. They sort of gathered the years up as time passes. And you can revisit the wonderful thing about my job as you can revisit your twenty two year old self or your twenty four year old self any particular night. You want songs. Pick up some extra resonance. i hope. But they're still there there. And i can revisit that period of my life when i choose. So it's quite a nice experience in and the songs themselves do broaden out as time passes and take on subtly different meanings take on more meaning that fine What's an example of a song. Let's take on a different meaning or more meaning for you. A lot of the ones that are people's favorites born to run that expands. Every time we go out it just seems to more of your life fills it in fills in the story and we hit it every night. It's always a huge catharsis. It's fascinating to see the audience singing it back to me It's quite wonderful. See people that intensely singing your song. Someone who grew up in brooklyn and now lives in philadelphia. I love that you've continued to live in new jersey not only in new jersey but not far from where you grew up. Why have you stayed close to the home that your father left. Your father went to the teenager. It's rather ironic. But i just felt very comfortable here and i was uncomfortable with city life. I was more or less kids. That came out of a small town and i was beach bomb and in love the ocean and love the sun and i like the people that were here a like to. I was when i was here. I wanted to continue writing about the things that i felt. Were important in those things. Were pretty much here. I feel like a lot of my heroes in the past lost themselves in in different ways once they had a certain amount of success and i was nervous about that and i wanted to remain grounded and living in this part of new jersey was something that was it was essential to who i was and continues to this day to be to be that way. So we've been recording this interview in your home studio. Would you just tell us a little bit about the studio. I mean it was built for you. Will patty built this studio. She really she with some help. This was part of our garage. I'm looking through a curtain close now but when it was opened there was like a big Vintage is bill out of marseille or motorcycle. There's a lot of much have garage surrounded by vintage automobiles and motorcycles. But this piece of the garage pezzo. Let's make studio out of it. Because we were using the house across the street to record in for a long time. And i said okay go ahead see what it's about and she just did an incredible job building facility here. But it's like if i died when i was fifteen went to heaven. This is where i think. We're surrounded by guitars. Keyboards recording decks. It's just a paradise bruce springsteen. I can't thank you enough for your studio and allowing us to do this. Thank you so much enjoyable. I appreciate and i really loved the book. Thanks.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Was i was going to have to make my mark. That way You you've lived your life a lot of your life on the road and for a lot of your early years. I mean you you were single. You in monogamous or semi monogamous relationships. As you describe it you weren't married. We didn't have children. You had a first marriage and then patty scale for joined the band and you got married and you have three children now. What did it take for you to see family as something. That was a wonderful thing. As opposed to something that was going to harm your sense of freedom and flexibility and creativity. I think for a lot of musicians. That's difficult call because we're by nature were transient We move on people. That like i say in the book. There's folks stay. There's folks that go and we're folks ago i didn't have a A blueprint from my childhood. That i could call on which is an enormous deficit when you're trying to put together a family life I didn't see family life where men were thriving inside of it. You know my my dad tended to blame family for his inability to Achieve what he wanted to achieve so unfortunately it was coming from that particular frame of mind and it's a quite a bit of work in time and mistakes to begin to feel to understand the strengthen that comes along with building a home life you know. That was very mysterious to me. I was very skeptical of it for a long time. And didn't understand it fully until patty and i got together Was it helpful to be married to somebody who is in the band because she would certainly understand what life on the road was. And what being a musician is because she is one. Yeah i think so. Patty was an artist and a musician and she was a songwriter and she was a lot like me in that she was She was transient. Also she worked busking on the streets in new york She waitress she had. She just lived a life. She lived a musician's life. She lived in artists live so we were both people who were very uncomfortable in a domestic setting getting together and trying to build one and saying if our particular strange jigsaw puzzle pieces we're going to fit together in a way that was going to create something different for the two of us and it did if you're just joining us. My guest is bruce springsteen actually his guests because while we're recording this in his home studio we're gonna take a short break here and then we'll be right back. This is fresh air. Capitalism touches every part of our lives capitalize on is a giant fourth. That i don't understand. I feel that it's a very safe system on constantly in fear lose my job. It is our biggest success that our biggest failure on this special series from through line capitalism to the through line podcast from npr. Support for npr. Comes from this station. And from duck duck go. Privacy company committed to raising the standard of online used by tens of millions. They worked to help people. Search privately and void trackers duck duck go privacy simplified and from workday an enterprise management cloud focused on providing organizations with a system to continuously plan for all what if scenarios workday the finance. Hr and planning system for a changing world. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us. My guest is bruce springsteen but as i've said we're really guest in his home studio welcome thank you. You're right about redefining. What it meant to you to be a man that you'd learn about the rigidity in the blue-collar narcissism of manhood fifty style from your father and you learn to always withhold something. You do not lower your mask. Did you consciously rethink what it meant to be a man. These are hard questions. Fresh air is difficult. Let me think well you know you're young and you're always in pursuit of Of your young manhood. You know you're you're you're trying to figure what does that mean. what is you know. There's a lot of pressure on young men to sort that out and you know we tend to gravitate towards one dimensional iconography as far as what it means to be a fully grown man and you can get lost in so much of it out there but you know part of my onstage creation. Was someone trying to trying to sort that out. i think. Initially our audiences were filled with young men are initial audience was was a lot of a lot of young guys who i think we're trying to. You played a bit of a big brother role for and we're trying to sort out a lot of the same things right soon as born to run hit you know so. It was something that i worked pretty hard on. You started going to therapy in. Nineteen eighty-three and at some point. You say in your sixties. You had a really bad depression. And i'm wondering if you about during that period when you were very depressed. How many people in the world really wanted to be you and doesn't sound for that much time. Yeah but people see you on stage in. I wanna be that guy. I want to be that guy myself. Very no i get plenty twenty days where i go man. I wish i could be that guy and you know it's It's not quite. There's a big difference between what you see on stage. And then my general daily my daily existence. You're right about how being on stage is almost like medicine for you. Does it get you out of yourself. Does it no. Of course you're immediately pulled out of the your your the inside of your head and it immediately changes your frame of mind. I've i've never been on stage where i've that's not true. I i have been on stage on a few occasions where i felt. I couldn't escape the interior of my my interior thoughts. Put a peter wolf once said. What's the strangest thing you can do on stage. Think about what is just nothing weird or you can do. If you're up there thinking about what you're doing you're just not there and it's not gonna happen so trying to learn how to overcome those. Which is the normal thing to do. You're in front of a lot of people. People are gonna get very self conscious so you have to learn to sort of overcome that tendency toward self consciousness end just blow it wide open and you jump in and join join all those people that are out there.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So do you think that your stage persona draws both from like the angry and uninhibited side of you and the more inhibited timid side of you. I think it's both there. I think if you just you know plenty of folks if you just looked at the outside it can read. You know it's pretty alpha male. You know which is a little ironic because you know i. It's that was personally. Never exactly really. May i think created my particular stage persona out of out of my dad's life and perhaps i even built it to suit him to some degree I was looking for when i was looking for voice to mix with my voice. I put on my father's work closed. And as i say in the book. And i and i went to work whether it was the result of wanting to emulate him so i felt closer whether it was I wanted to. As i say in the book i wanted to be the reasonable voice of revenge for what i'd seen his his life. Come to it was all of these things and it was an unusual creation but it but most of these most people stage personas are creative out of the flotsam and jetsam there internal geography. And they're trying to. They're trying to create something that solves a series of very complex problems inside of them or in their history. And i think when. I unknowingly when i want to do that. That's what i was. I was trying to integrate all of these very difficult things that i've been unable to integrate in my life and in my life with my parents So you also live near the church. Church was a part of your life and you write about catholicism. This is the world where i found the beginnings of my song in catholicism there- existed the poetry danger and darkness that reflected my imagination. And my inner self. I found a language of great and harsh beauty. a fantastic stories of unimaginable punishment. An infinite reward. Are there particular like bible stories or like religious paintings. That really made an impression on you. no it was more. It was more just the basics. I think when you're a child you just cling to the basics which is the basic story of jesus and the crucifixion and hell and eternal punishment and the flames. This was all stuff that was. Forget when you're young this is very tangible and is as real as the gas station next door to you Maybe especially since the church was just about exactly so these things and also because we lived in the presence of the church and convent and rectory and the school twenty four seven in. This was an enormous cornerstone in the lives of my entire family They were all pretty serious. Catholic church goers and as a child you just you know these things were very very very very terrifying and what things were you afraid of. Hell that one too. So these were these were stories that were not stories. You know they were simply facts. This is what occurred. This is what can occur unless you toe the line my friend you know so when you're a child it was very any forget. The catholic religion at the time was much darker and more mysterious. The entire mass was in latin. The church was was if you go to my church now. It's incredibly bright inside. But at when i was young it was very dark inside and it was just the difference in the way that they've painted since since i've gone there and it strives for at very different very different and welcoming spirit. Where when i was young it was it was sort of built to intimidate even on this very local level and this very small church in this small town. It's still held. That sort of helps you in the palm of it's darkness and it was something i carried with me. Never forgot brought into my music and it's been in my music ever since so when when you're when your father told the family that he had to leave new jersey and go to california and he was going to do it. He hoped the family came with him but he was going to go one way or another and so he loved her mother went with him. Your youngest sister went with him. Your sister who is in the middle with seventeen she just gotten pregnant You say she didn't even know how to make toast. Your parents may be a little harsh toast and you you were nineteen and suddenly you know. Suddenly there were no authority figures in your life. I mean your parents were gone. Your father wasn't going to you know whatever he was doing. It wasn't going to do it anymore. He wasn't going to be around. What did that freedom feel like to you. One thousand nine hundred. My parents weren't very authority over my life. Were already gone. Yeah at the time. I was already down the shore staying out overnight and sleep on the beach and you know playing going coming home at three four. Am after having played a show or in some club there. And so i was really. I was deep into my. I was five years into my own life already started when i was fourteen and a half and i didn't have any doubt about that at that time about what i was going to do or where was going. I was a musician. I was going to play. I had a band We were going to make enough money to survive on so it was. I was quite prepared for that to occur whereas my sister was in a very different situation just had a newborn and new marriage and Really missed the family. When when they left. Bruce springsteen speaking with terry gross recorded in two thousand sixteen in springsteen's home studio. They spoke after the publication of his memoir which he later adapted into his one man show which reopened last week on broadway before broadway went dark. In march of twenty twenty the show was filmed and that recording is still available on netflix. We'll hear springsteen talk about the asbury park era of his life and more after this short break and our film critic. Justin chang will review the.

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Quite neurotic fills a lot of anxiety Which all would have been very familiar to my my pop. You know Except it's part of himself. It was trying to reject. So i got caught in the middle of it. I think So do you think that your stage persona draws both from like the angry and uninhibited side of you and the more inhibited timid side of you. I think it's both there. I think if you just you know plenty of folks if you just looked at the outside it can read. You know it's pretty alpha male. You know which is a little ironic because you know i. It's that was personally. Never exactly really. May i think created my particular stage persona out of out of my dad's life and perhaps i even built it to suit him to some degree I was looking for when i was looking for voice to mix with my voice. I put on my father's work closed. And as i say in the book. And i and i went to work whether it was the result of wanting to emulate him so i felt closer whether it was I wanted to. As i say in the book i wanted to be the reasonable voice of revenge for what i'd seen his his life. Come to it was all of these things and it was an unusual creation but it but most of these most people stage personas are creative out of the flotsam and jetsam there internal geography. And they're trying to. They're trying to create something that solves a series of very complex problems inside of them or in their history. And i think when. I unknowingly when i want to do that. That's what i was. I was trying to integrate all of these very difficult things that i've been unable to integrate in my life and in my life with my parents So you also live near the church. Church was a part of your life and you write about catholicism. This is the world where i found the beginnings of my song in catholicism there- existed the poetry danger and darkness that reflected my imagination. And my inner self. I found a language of great and harsh beauty. a fantastic stories of unimaginable punishment. An infinite reward. Are there particular like bible stories or like religious paintings. That really made an impression on you. no it was more. It was more just the basics. I think when you're a child you just cling to the basics which is the basic story of jesus and the crucifixion and hell and eternal punishment and the flames. This was all stuff that was. Forget when you're young this is very tangible and is as real as the gas station next door to you Maybe especially since the church was just about exactly so these things and also because we lived in the presence of the church and convent and rectory and the school twenty four seven in. This was an enormous cornerstone in the lives of my entire family They were all pretty serious. Catholic church goers and as a child you just you know these things were very very very very terrifying and what things were you afraid of. Hell that one too. So these were these were stories that were not stories. You know they were simply facts. This is what occurred. This is what can occur unless you toe the line my friend you know so when you're a child it was very any forget. The catholic religion at the time was much darker and more mysterious. The entire mass was in latin. The church was was if you go to my church now. It's incredibly bright inside. But at when i was young it was very dark inside and it was just the difference in the way that they've painted since since i've gone there and it strives for at very different very different and welcoming spirit. Where when i was young it was it was sort of built to intimidate even on this very local level and this very small church in this small town. It's still held. That sort of helps you in the palm of it's darkness and it was something i carried with me. Never forgot brought into my music and it's been in my music ever since so when when you're when your father told the family that he had to leave new jersey and go to california and he was going to do it. He hoped the family came with him but he was going to go one way or another and so he loved her mother went with him. Your youngest sister went with him. Your sister who is in the middle with seventeen she just gotten pregnant You say she didn't even know how to make toast. Your parents may be a little harsh toast and you you were nineteen and suddenly you know. Suddenly there were no authority figures in your life. I mean your parents were gone. Your father wasn't going to you know whatever he was doing. It wasn't going to do it anymore. He wasn't going to be around. What did that freedom feel like to you. One thousand nine hundred. My parents weren't very authority over my life. Were already gone. Yeah at the time. I was already down the shore staying out overnight and sleep on the beach and you know playing going coming home at three four. Am after having played a show or in some club there. And so i was really. I was deep into my. I was five years into my own life already started when i was fourteen and a half and i didn't have any doubt about that at that time about what i was going to do or where was going. I was a musician. I was going to play. I had a band We were going to make enough money to survive on so it was. I was quite prepared for that to occur whereas my sister was in a very different situation just had a newborn and new marriage and Really missed the family. When when they left. Bruce springsteen speaking with terry gross recorded in two thousand sixteen in springsteen's home studio. They spoke after the publication of his memoir which he later adapted into his one man show which reopened last week on broadway before broadway went dark. In march of twenty twenty the show was filmed and that recording is still available on netflix. We'll hear springsteen talk about the asbury park era of his life and more after this short break.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So i gotta take a take some blame for that myself. I guess but Yeah just it was. When i was young. You know. I i was very shy and and and that was my personality i was. I was pretty sensitive. Kid and quite neurotic fills a lot of anxiety Which all would have been very familiar to my my pop. You know Except it's part of himself. It was trying to reject. So i got caught in the middle of it. I think So do you think that your stage persona draws both from like the angry and uninhibited side of you and the more inhibited timid side of you. I think it's both there. I think if you just you know plenty of folks if you just looked at the outside it can read. You know it's pretty alpha male. You know which is a little ironic because you know i. It's that was personally. Never exactly really. May i think created my particular stage persona out of out of my dad's life and perhaps i even built it to suit him to some degree I was looking for when i was looking for voice to mix with my voice. I put on my father's work closed. And as i say in the book. And i and i went to work whether it was the result of wanting to emulate him so i felt closer whether it was I wanted to. As i say in the book i wanted to be the reasonable voice of revenge for what i'd seen his his life. Come to it was all of these things and it was an unusual creation but it but most of these most people stage personas are creative out of the flotsam and jetsam there internal geography. And they're trying to. They're trying to create something that solves a series of very complex problems inside of them or in their history. And i think when. I unknowingly when i want to do that. That's what i was. I was trying to integrate all of these very difficult things that i've been unable to integrate in my life and in my life with my parents So you also live near the church. Church was a part of your life and you write about catholicism. This is the world where i found the beginnings of my song in catholicism there- existed the poetry danger and darkness that reflected my imagination. And my inner self. I found a language of great and harsh beauty. a fantastic stories of unimaginable punishment. An infinite reward. Are there particular like bible stories or like religious paintings. That really made an impression on you. no it was more. It was more just the basics. I think when you're a child you just cling to the basics which is the basic story of jesus and the crucifixion and hell and eternal punishment and the flames. This was all stuff that was. Forget when you're young this is very tangible and is as real as the gas station next door to you Maybe especially since the church was just about exactly so these things and also because we lived in the presence of the church and convent and rectory and the school twenty four seven in. This was an enormous cornerstone in the lives of my entire family They were all pretty serious. Catholic church goers and as a child you just you know these things were very very very very terrifying and what things were you afraid of. Hell that one too. So these were these were stories that were not stories. You know they were simply facts. This is what occurred. This is what can occur unless you toe the line my friend you know so when you're a child it was very any forget. The catholic religion at the time was much darker and more mysterious. The entire mass was in latin. The church was was if you go to my church now. It's incredibly bright inside. But at when i was young it was very dark inside and it was just the difference in the way that they've painted since since i've gone there and it strives for at very different very different and welcoming spirit. Where when i was young it was it was sort of built to intimidate even on this very local level and this very small church in this small town. It's still held. That sort of helps you in the palm of it's darkness and it was something i carried with me. Never forgot brought into my music and it's been in my music ever since so when when you're when your father told the family that he had to leave new jersey and go to california and he was going to do it. He hoped the family came with him but he was going to go one way or another and so he loved her mother went with him. Your youngest sister went with him. Your sister who is in the middle with seventeen she just gotten pregnant You say she didn't even know how to make toast. Your parents may be a little harsh toast and you you were nineteen and suddenly you know. Suddenly there were no authority figures in your life. I mean your parents were gone. Your father wasn't going to you know whatever he was doing. It wasn't going to do it anymore. He wasn't going to be around. What did that freedom feel like to you. One thousand nine hundred. My parents weren't very authority over my life. Were already gone. Yeah at the time. I was already down the shore staying out overnight and sleep on the beach and you know playing going coming home at three four. Am after having played a show or in some club there. And so i was really. I was deep into my. I was five years into my own life already started when i was fourteen and a half and i didn't have any doubt about that at that time about what i was going to do or where was going. I was a musician. I was going to play. I had a band We were going to make enough money to survive on so it was. I was quite prepared for that to occur whereas my sister was in a very different situation just had a newborn and new marriage and Really missed the family. When when they left. Bruce springsteen speaking with terry gross recorded in two thousand sixteen in springsteen's home studio. They spoke after the publication of his memoir which he later adapted into his one man show which reopened last week on broadway before broadway went dark. In march of twenty twenty the show was filmed and that recording is still available on netflix. We'll hear springsteen talk about the asbury park era of his life and more after this short break.

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Imagine How Pure We Could Be Without Instant Feedback

Trent365

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Imagine How Pure We Could Be Without Instant Feedback

"I was watching an elvis presley documentary on netflix yesterday. And i think it was bruce springsteen who made the observation that elvis's early stuff like he's really really early stuff was truly special because it was pure and it was free at that point. He hadn't really heard himself on the radio very much and so he wasn't totally aware of what he was doing and how he was sounding he wasn't self conscious about it but of course as he hurt himself more he starts to analyze that more and review his performances more. And so you lose that spontaneity. You lose that purity. And what i found interesting about that was that we leave today. In a world of instant feedback and we sort of think that instant is good that that constant analytics of the data that we've got is great but maybe if you take the overtures example. Maybe it's actually holding us back. Maybe it's actually preventing us being pure us. And i think there's probably something in that

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Bruce Springsteen Reopens Broadway With First Full-Capacity Show Since Pandemic

Ric Edelman

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Bruce Springsteen Reopens Broadway With First Full-Capacity Show Since Pandemic

Springsteen's Back on Broadway, but Not Everyone's Happy

Weekend Edition

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Springsteen's Back on Broadway, but Not Everyone's Happy

"The boss is helping bring back the lights of Broadway after being shut down for more than a year because of the pandemic, New York's theater district reopened with Bruce Springsteen on stage and NPR's Gile Snyder reports, Springsteen fans were ready. Fans lined up outside the ST James Theatre to see Bruce Springsteen kick off a 30 performance update of his solo show from 2017. Eastern Jordan was among them. It means a lot because it's history and people are going to get back to Broadway, people will come back to New York City and This is my city, and I'm thrilled that Bruce has decided to lead the charge back to Broadway. The Springsteen concert was the first show on a Broadway stage and 471 days, the longest shutdown in Broadway history. Other major productions are set to start up again in September, including Hamilton Wicked and The Lion King. The Springsteen Show did attract protesters angry that only people who have had an FDA or W H O approved vaccine were allowed to attend. Trial. Snyder NPR

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Whats So Gratifying About Gossip?

No Stupid Questions

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Whats So Gratifying About Gossip?

"So let's talk about the upsides and downsides of gossip. I have read that. There is psychological research arguing. That gossip is really an elemental of humanity. Can you tell us about that. Strong arguments i think. Come from people who are evolutionary psychologists and the functional purpose of gossip ease. Scientists would argue. Is that. it's the communication of very important information for example. If you are gossiping about people that are at your office. You know who's really enemies with whom and what they said. That's inside information. That could be helpful. You know who to avoid you know who to ally yourself with because we are social species. Gossip is a way that we can get and give valuable information at relatively low cost. What sort of information is us. Weekly delivering to you. Because it's not information about people you know or that you'll interact with. I think this question is good in that. If i'm not getting information about anybody might direct social network. I'm getting information about you. Know bruce springsteen how's is that helpful to me. He might run into some time because he's another jersey guy lesser run into respraying stein. I don't think i will. So the question is what function could gossip have. It could be that we have this instinct gossip that is being played out in the form of reading us weekly but actually that's not good for us. It's just that we have this evolutionary conserved tennessee. You know much like craving for fat salt and sugar had its origins kind of getting us into a lot of trouble right now. So you don't have to actually have a function which is contemporary for reading. These gossip rags. But you're making an argument against your consumption of gossip. Well okay but here's an argument for it and this plausible. This was made by roy. Meister in kathleen vossen their collaborators and they argued. That gossip is a form of cultural. Learning where these anecdotes say. You read a story about jaylo. Reuniting with ben affleck. And you get this little snippet of what people are saying about it and what they've said that in this story of these two people that you will probably not meet. You are getting social rules in narrative

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Jeep Called Out for Cultural Insensitivity

Business Wars Daily

02:42 min | 1 year ago

Jeep Called Out for Cultural Insensitivity

"From one. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this monday march. Eight jeep is having a tough time of late. I it's super bowl ad. Featuring bruce springsteen came under fire for a mistake that left out a third of michigan on a map and also for not being more religiously inclusive then jeep stopped running the ad after it became public that springsteen had been arrested for driving under the influence. The charges against the boss were dismissed in february and then came a phone call from the chief of the cherokee nation and he had a big ask stop using the tribes name on jeep. Suv's the company has used some version of the name cherokee on its vehicles. For more than four decades after a hiatus jeep introduced its mid sized cherokee suv to the market roughly eight years ago and the jeep grand cherokee has been a perennial favorite among those seeking more spacious. Ride over the years. The company has faced criticism for using the tribes name. But this is the first time. The native american nation has directly called on the automaker to remove the tribal name from its vehicles. It all started when car and driver magazine reached out to the tribe for a comment about the use of the name in light of a new grand cherokee model being introduced the principal chief of the cherokee nation chuck in junior replied via a written statement to the magazine. That said quote. I'm sure this comes from a place that is well intended but it does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car the chief has called on jeep to stop using the tribes name on its. Suv's the company has used the name for more than forty five years including onto suv's but it has said that it will enter dialogue with the tribe about the matter. It was bound to happen sooner or later. Cultural sensitivity to the misuse of names and imagery is running high right now. In recent years atlanta lakes has removed the image of a native american woman from its packaging after years of criticism. The washington football team was renamed. Last year dropping an offensive term from its moniker and in the wake of last summer's black lives matter protests. Tolerance for cultural

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Jeep Super Bowl Ad Back After Springsteen's DUI Charges Dropped

Donna and Steve

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Jeep Super Bowl Ad Back After Springsteen's DUI Charges Dropped

"Cheap is bringing back its Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl ad after drunk driving charges against the boss were dropped earlier this week. Sheep had pulled. The ad, which premiered during the Super Bowl after news surfaced of Springsteen's arrest on D W Y charges last November, But this week, two of those charges were dropped was Springsteen pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of drinking alcohol in a

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Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

"Off the hook. Drunken driving charges dropped, but the boss cops to another charge that will prosecutors said they were unable to sustain DW ay and reckless driving charges. So they were dismissed, and Springsteen pleaded guilty to a single charge of consuming alcohol and Gateway National Recreation Area where it wasn't allowed. The judge imposed a $500 fine, which Springsteen said he can pay immediately. The judge noted drinking in the park was legal until about three years ago, and he seemed impressed with Springsteen's impeccable driving record. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski The Springsteen team says the boss was pleased with the others.

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DWI and reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

Mark Simone

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

DWI and reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

"Learning New Jersey judge today dismissing drunk driving charges against Bruce Springsteen, the music icon was facing DW. I am reckless driving charges. Or an incident, a Gateway National park in Sandy Hook back in November, and he appeared Wednesday by a video conference. A Ranger said he saw Springsteen take two shots of tequila and then get on his motorcycle. But at the hearing, they said, his blood alcohol level was below the legal limit. Springsteen did plead guilty to drinking in a park and we'll have to pay a $540 fine. He also told the judge, I think I can pay that

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Drunken, reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Drunken, reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

"Driving charges have been dropped against Bruce Springsteen, but he still will pay a fine federal prosecutor declined to pursue charges of drunken driving and reckless driving against Bruce Springsteen because his blood alcohol level was 520.0 to a quarter of the legal limit in New Jersey. Springsteen pleaded guilty to a third charge consuming alcohol in a closed area, Springsteen told a judge during a video conference. He had two small shots of tequila. He will pay a $500 fine U S Park. Police say an officer saw Springsteen drink a shot of tequila and drive on his motorcycle in the Gateway National Recreation Area in New Jersey in November. Margie Szaroleta

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Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

Colleen and Bradley

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

"Guilty to charges that he drank alcohol at New Jersey Sandy Hook National Recreation area, despite knowing that it was prohibited. Bruce admitted to having two small shots of tequila and a virtual appearance before the New Jersey Federal Court. The plea came after federal prosecutors agreed to drop charges that Springsteen was operating his motorcycle under the influence. And driving recklessly. Charges at the assistant US attorney said the government would not be able to prove especially considering that Bruce admitted to a breath test at the Ranger station and his blood alcohol level was only 0.2. It's well under the legal limit such a weird

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Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

"Drunken driving charges have been dropped against musician Bruce Springsteen but he still will pay a fine margins are a letter with the latest federal prosecutors declined to pursue charges of drunken driving and reckless driving against Bruce Springsteen because his blood alcohol level was point to a quarter of the legal limit in New Jersey Springsteen pleaded guilty to a third charge consuming alcohol in a closed area Springsteen told a judge during a video conference he had two small shots of tequila he will pay a five hundred dollar fine U. S. park police say an officer saw Springsteen drink a shot of tequila and drive on his motorcycle in the gateway national recreation area in New Jersey in November

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Bruce Springsteen Appears in a New Jersey Court on Drunken-Driving Charges

AM Tampa Bay

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Bruce Springsteen Appears in a New Jersey Court on Drunken-Driving Charges

"Rock superstar Bruce Springsteen appears in federal court. The rocker was arrested back in November 4 D w Y reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area. It happened at the Gateway National Recreation Area. Springsteen reportedly refused to take a preliminary breath test when the park Ranger approached. The singer, despite with a Ranger RL, Hayes said, were signs of intoxication, namely, After testing his gaze and walk in turn test. Hes also said he watched Springsteen consumers shot of patrolling tequila before getting on his motorcycle to start the engine. He smelled strongly of alcohol and had

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"Verse is insanely religious. Imagery stanley be calling me in a calling. Calm there's so much river on his voice a shining cross this star i live. Oh una tone is not a word you hear a. That's a pretty song role very often. That was that was a really beautiful down to the last song. This is reason to believe they talks about things coming back to life. He talks about his dog At the dog is laying there. Maybe the dog got hit by a car in the dog. He's hoping.

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"Words in that they don't fit. You can make the difficult. And what's funny is it does drag on so so in that time when men edward playing these irish pubs when when he introduced me this album on man. We gotta do that song. It doesn't go well and alive pub. Setting all you hear is glasses clinking and people just talk loud or so. We did at one time. And then i was a. That's funny. Some of this stuff doesn't go well. And unless you're there to see this bruce springsteen and obviously the fans they just going to shut up and listen to him you know but if it's planning on the ballgame magar music and your background entertainment.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"This is the bank was taken my mortgage taking the house away. So this guy's down now is he was he was like i was pushed into this. I didn't wanna go robbed a liquor store and you may be regular which is different from carl stark weather just killing people. This guy was just kind of down now and how many people have gotten themselves into that point where they're now facing death because they were down and out as had to go to steelers came out and up to this point noted ever sung about that and i go back to the time period and maybe why it was so popular because because everything was going down the right field crash you know when we were talking about that earlier had the farm and the rest of the oilfield crashed into. I've got about that. It was real bad for a whole lot of people at this time. The way he describes us in this last line. Would you sit back in that chair and think over one more time. Let him shave off my hair and put me on the execution. That's a tough one. This one drags on i recognize. This is a great drags for me. It's it's funny because this is actually my favorite song album. Is it love the ged once again. You're beautiful song by the way this. So i agree with you i with both you. This is a great song. It's one of my favorites on the it does go on forever. It's a long song and it's got some weird. I guess there's some points in hemlock man why didn't he clean that up a little bit you but but it goes back to the demo. The demo aspect of the song was originally called deputy by the way. This is one of the songs that could have benefited from somebody playing an instrumental section. Gimme gimme a couple guitar. Riffs rider or just something to break the space. Yeah and this one was also recorded by johnny cash. Was it really. This actually sounds like something johnny. Nash would sing well in. We talked about that deer hunter of concept of his brother. Frankie comes back from vietnam is screwed from way. Messed up yet. But he says i was always bad those to he was bad from the get-go and then he came back even worse. I love the whole theme in this one. Is your brother. Sometimes the way. Just let him go. he's my brother. he's my family. You know that kind of tortured morality. I put everybody else in jail but my brother line there. Nothing feels better than blood in. The song is about a guy who ends up being a police officer. His brother ends up killing someone in a bar fight and he answered the call realizes his brother goes after chasing his brother because he knew where he was going to be right and he's behind him and he's chasing him as they're going over the canada border and right when he gets to the point where he hasn't he stops the car. Let's go and it's the last time he sees his brother. He sees the the tail lights going in and he misses his brother but he also realizes that. Sometimes you got to stand up for your family right yeah. He could if he'd arrested his brother. Then what yeah. How would he'd been able to answer the rest of his family for that. And that's i think that's my favorite line is at last line in the courts. Man turns his back on his family. He say no good good. Yeah so once again. Those are some themes that fit within that kind of middle america that he's singing to you know some john wall street doesn't in. I'm just generalizing here from the songs but some guy on the east coast doesn't care about his family right and he'll tell anybody off for dollar here we care about our and he's seeing what's interesting. I always talk about jason bull of the fact that he's able to create a song that You know he. He's totally writing songs. Totally making up making it all. He's writing the song about someone who's in traverse city michigan. How in the world does bruce springsteen know what it's like but i'll be damned if you don't listen to this. You know exactly what he's talking i i. I've never been to candidate. I can picture his lights facing rivalries. Well that's goes back to like the james emerged. We were talking about earlier. The those guys that can write a song and paint a picture and you're like wow. I feel like i'm there i feel like into your morning. I feel like. I can see the lights going across the border. It just so real guitar and harmonicas thing going on here. Guitar harmonica and singing.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"For questions comments suggestions or even send us a love letter. Visit us at our favorite albums dot com. You can find us on twitter at our fave albums on facebook at our favourite albums if you want to send us an email senate to info at our favorite albums dot com before we start. I want to give a quick shot out to a dallas radio institution. A guy by the name of dj. Easy any from k. In eighty nine point three. Fm he is one of the pioneers and hip hop music in radio. He has one of the two longest running hip hop radio shows in the nation and i ran into dj. Easy when i was down. The bishop bishoprics really super nice guy. We sit there and talked about music for thirty minutes or so. Dj easy. I appreciate your conversation buddy. And i wanna give you a quick shout out. That's awesome today. We're breaking down what i consider to be bruce springsteen's finest album the nineteen eighty two release nebraska and is our special guest. We've invited our buddy hanks into talk to us about it. Yeah so we've talked a little bit about the background here. we've talked about. This album led up to it and now as we get into the songs here. What are the themes that we're looking at. What are we looking for. Well it's it's dark for one thing you know. What like we talked about in the The first half of this. I mean this is. This is songs If the if the talking heads had their album more songs about food what was it. It's kinda still. This'll be more songs about you. Know sad blue-collar pimple this is this is this is not good. This is bleak. This is early eighty s. This is not for everybody like you talked about before. Rust belt and poor people This is not a happy. Go lucky music right. I i noted that. Allow these Jason's actually administer in a jason plays music church. I'd noted jason that a lot of these southern him so they do in there is a There's some religious themes in some of these songs. Sure sure it is. Yeah there is. That's a that's a good point. It's almost like multifaceted where he's throwing the religious out there almost like taunting yet. I kind of like the antithesis of religion like instead of hope. He's using that him theme thematically in a way that is kind of like the anti him right now this anti him. It's still kind of with that. Whole southern him. Sound where you could be again. Ged southern hills really hard by this could sound like a song. That's right out of a church on sunday right. Sure sure. I think so. Yeah a lot of it's It has style of telling you know telling the story and there's a moral. There's a moral behind it if you will absolutely so as we go through. I'll make a couple of notes Specifically i'll tell you what instruments he's playing. It's going to be very very stark though. It's it's all bruce It's all this is kind of funny because we're kind of on this album. Were out of my normal like one like my normal. The things that i like to talk about which is okay so here. We're listening to this. Is the bass guitar drums. And this is the stuff that i'm guitar player super excited about. There's not any of that in. I mean we're really. We're literally stripped down to the bare essence of the song. Plus the occasional blockage bill occasional bills education at jason. I would i would counter that. That i think this may be more your style than you you even realize. How many times do you walk through this office and with a guitar working out a song. Oh sure sure. That's what this says. He was working. This songs that these were not meant to be finished products. He was working on. He's worked on songs and they turned out to be Altogether one piece of art. Yeah was just kinda working stuff. That's a fair point one. And you're you're the one that introduced me to mercury and i mean this like we said earlier. I mean this has so much jamie mercury feel to do. But i didn't know james look at me. We play at. What was the murphy song. We played Stained cliffs lament staying close. Sleman just listened to that the other day man. I haven't heard that in a long time. But but that's so this album is one of those that if you're not a if you're not a fan of the lyrics you're probably not gonna lock out. You've gotta deepen the lyrics. Yeah i always say. I love melody but with this. You've gotta listen really really hard with what's happened here. There's a lot of stuff happened past all his instrumentation which is stark passed. all of his You know the fact that the it sounds like something southern he sings with this. The southern accent which is again weird for gaffer new jersey rat. This guy who's telling the story and you better listen to these stories. So this is a stripped down singer-songwriter just about as you could possibly get an even as much as like mercury His albums very. I've seen him play acoustic before and he's he does a great job but his albums tend to have more production value in backing band and everything else so this. He doesn't release a lot of albums songs of him and a guitar. But this i mean this is absolutely up my alley. Because i love those district right now. This is one of my favorite shows or guitar. And when we were talking about this we were. We were saying if we're going to bring in hank's for you know our our idea. We started putting. This together was at some point. We're gonna have buddies music but he's come in and talk to us when we do this in the reason we wanna have you. I was as a singer songwriter. This is right. This is jason. Thanks man this is really ladies and gentlemen this is bruce springsteen's nebraska starts off with the title track and so once again. This is the The song about emerged about you. Carl stark weather.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"And when we come back we're going to listen to these demos turn masterpiece into the album nebraska by bruce springsteen any type. We'll be right back.

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"We play these women if you listen to what they'd played before i mean if you're a stephen his aunt and they're looking for when you're gonna get to play your guitar. There's there's not a lot there there's really not the song state trooper is talking about a guy who's who who's drive at night in there's caught behind him he's saying. Don't pull me over. Because i don't want to kill you. How is clear. It's clemens going to put a sack. So that would be a very slow into throw a glock and spiel over that. So they they recorded some of these are some of these songs in. This session was called the electric nebraska recordings in the band. Just didn't like him and at boosting lacombe however. Did you know eight of the songs that they tried to adapt ended up on born to run. I'm sorry born in the usa and there was one extra called pink cadillac the for them real and cadillac came out. He wrote that in yet. This is all part of that. Five of the weren't even attempted. They listen to it. There's no way for us. Nine of the songs they recorded are still in the vault. Never released literally some for some bootlegs that they've heard. Well the reason the reason. I ask you about the popularity Well is a. I mean i know now we look at it as a fantastic album but it just doesn't sound like anything else that was released that year Billboard's top ten for eighty two. The first lord have mercy the first day things on here just read like a. Who's who of things. I don't want to listen to. What is it what what was popular tonight. Cases billboard's top ten album straight to the number. One album was asia. The number two album was very white that he asia asia. Okay go-goes a foreigner. The jake aisles been that would be circled freese. Ramya freaks mark hager journey escape. Loverboy hurts me to say that. Stevie nicks vangelis. Which is the soundtrack to its of fire. Somehow made it into the top ten a no. I'm not god. My parents watched that movie here. That plane in my head bother tape though. Oh my dad had a vinyl one point. I'm sure what a boring movie It's hey we're gonna make a movie about guys running all that sounds fantastic in all fairness probably better than half the movies made last year but anyway in the police had an alum great. I'm to the machine and the rolling stones had tattoo. There's a couple a couple of good albums here but for the most part there's nothing on there. Actually none of those albums sound anything like this album is my point right. This is not. It's not like this is. Jason is released an acoustic album. He's going to get a grammy nom for. When there's a bunch of other guys doing acoustic singer of this is not happening on pop radio back then and we were of in a transition period. Anyway jason what. What kind of music did you listen to your on up. Well it's funny. Because the very first album i bought was van. Halen eighty three eighty four eighty four. Sorry i knew that he had the privilege. And it's funny. Because i think you mentioned it the last episode I think about that because of the album cover just doesn't just do the cherubs. The cigarette pack my parents and grandparents. And but you know that was probably that and whatever my mom was listening to she was really into some terrible music at the time bob seger and stuff like that and now whole you brought me a box of vinyl and some pretty cool stuff i know right. Yeah yeah. I forgot about that too. Yeah he didn't always in their country stuff. Yeah yeah. I was listening a lot of country. That's kind of what. I grew up on As i said buddy holly. I've thought my dad was listening to but but in early ladies and gentlemen terry early in the early eighties. I was probably listening to mostly country. And and not this kind of something interested. Bob seger in just made me think of something so we grew up. There was radio stations right and everybody played the same stuff all over so we kind of have a like a shared reality. If you will. We all grew up with the same stuff or doesn't matter you grew up in princeton. You grew up in grandma. I grew up in houston. The same artists are on the radio. Stations everywhere regardless. And there's only a few radio stations. So you say bob seger and we all go okay. You're right we all know that sure that doesn't exist anymore. It doesn't it doesn't and let's talk about loop real quick. That was good that that whole movement was called a r. album oriented rock in From the sixties those if the record companies were like give me another single game single. Turn out another single in the seventies it turned into. We've got to have the full huge. Gimme another album album right. And then we get to this this thing. This whatever nebraskan that being the cinematic approach to the dark greasy side of life and death that a. I don't know what you can call us because i never heard this classic rock. Did you know you know that you know it's kind of what you were talking about. If i heard this in nineteen eighty two out of probably never listen to it again in all honesty. But that's not the kind of music. I listen to though so then years later when somebody said hey you ever listened to the nebraska album. I now i'm good again. you know. So fake it's Yeah i mean this wasn't it was so much different. Yeah and i don. I don't think you could have got i mean. Obviously atlantic city became a huge hit for him. But can you imagine that the version that's on this album being a single. That was getting that kind of radio. Play like we're talking about all over the place. We just went through what was popular at the time as a guy with an acoustic guitar or singing. A song about you know the mob and ran off with girls. It's not showing up on you know primetime broadcast and what was happening at nine thousand nine hundred. What else was happening. It was mtv which wouldn't really fit really well. In a video either atlantic city was bruce springsteen's very first music video was so i don't remember that at all. He was just him. Or i don't know he. I think it's just like all black narrative kind of thing. Yeah wow pretty cool. How did you form not great mood so let let's talk when i him and video all. I can think i was making fun. Of the courtney cox thing earlier. Like i was girlfriends. Dance in front of the stage. But it's always like the big thing on stage and like the saxaphone players solo and everybody's danson having a good time. I can't imagine how you could possibly do video for atlantic city that fits into that. It's him in little steven lead into each other and sixty two the same microphone exactly jamming out on the other van. Halen was granted that oh yeah absolutely absolutely what happened with with nebraska considered one of the greatest albums of the as reached number three on the billboard and nineteen two certified platinum united states Think about the title is that just amazes me. Doesn't say that just amazes me that that that this album could reach number three in nineteen eighty two. I mean so. It's obviously just for a month or so because it didn't make the year end like cut. I mean at one point. It was number three when it was out there. That's that's insane to me. And i was talking to my partners about About music one of my music buddies when we were talking about the black crowes member does which about buddy fairly which which which which hit was off that like you wouldn't know them and so same thing with like what hit is off. This album is not a head on this. The these are fragments of songs that he was creating demos. The these were just ideas right Some of these just end you know they kind of fade off into the ether because they just end it is different than fade out. Because i mean is it. I think you're i think you're splitting hairs here. I think it is because when he gave this to his engineer. Can you do something with this. Because it's not working in the electric nebraska recordings. He gave it to his engineer. Lots of okay. Then i see. I see you're going with dennis king and they were like which we can.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

Our Favorite Albums

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums

"Thank you for tuning into our favorite podcast focusing on talking tunes one album. At time i'm your host. Michael and i'm joined by my co host jason. What's going on today. We're covering bruce springsteen's nineteen eighty. Two album nebraska. Now typically. we will just dive right into our chosen album for the episode but today we invited a special guest joining us. We do jason. Thanks for hanging out with us. You guys thanks to jason's off the table. Make it complicated. We were talking before. Since we have to. Jason's how are we going to designate. Which jason was which so. We're going to call our guest By his last name. Thanks so if you say aches. And that's we're talking about welcome to our favorite albums buddy. Thanks good to be here. Yeah so back. Greenwich jason jason. One and i played a little band together. Jason to jason one in a little band together and so we're all musicians. Jason was our first of our first fans it that tuned in with us and talks a lot of music with us. And if you'll hear us talk from time to time we'll joke a little bit. He is the butt of our buddy. Holly reoccurring inside. Joe which came about. Because the i think the first podcast. We did the our favorite songs one we made. We made a comment about buddy holly being overrated which was prompted. Your ira kind of got to know so growing up I had the choice of either. Either elvis presley or or buddy holly. That's the to artists. My dad listened to okay. And i wasn't a big elvis presley found. I wasn't elvis presley fan at all right at the time. Now i can appreciate his music a little more but at that time i chose buddy holly and this all a all messing with your side. You chose well. I'm with you. it's actually have happening. Remarkably yes. I'm back to both of you guys. You guys both sing in play back. Both of you guys up playing albums a not anything off of this but similar this kind of stuff right and you basically a guy in his guitar. And so jason. Tell me a little bit about your background. How how did you first start playing You know it's funny. I started I started playing at tar taking lessons at about eight years old and about two months after i started taking lessons my Teacher moved amarillo. So what kind of put the guitar down and then At eighteen. He moved back to town so i started taking lessons from him again and about two months later he moved away enough. So you know what. I'm not putting the guitar down so kind of taught myself and hanging around some other guys and this kind of stuck with it new. The military right yes. Yeah yeah. We had a little a couple of little bands in germany. We had a little abandoned kosovo. I can share the pictures on facebook. Page with you we we. There's some guys Posted those pictures for veterans day. The other day. I was just a little young punk. Wasn't whether a deep purple my coasts That's exactly right. yeah. I don't think that's but anyway it's close enough probably better than the original works so well jason. We're we're glad you're here today. We're we're talking about bruce springsteen's album from nineteen eighty to nebraska. Now before we get started. I want to take a quick show of hands. Those of you at home. I will I will give you a play by play if you would. Please raise your hand between the three of us. Who here's a bruce springsteen fan folks. No one raised their hand. I i was actually a little surprised when you picked the album because this is literally an artist week probably never had a conversation about ever all the music conversations we've ever had and i don't think i've probably talked with either one of you about bruce springsteen now i'm never been a big fan. Well i think part of that for me anyways. I've always associated bruce springsteen with the denim jacket early eighties saxophone. Solos courtney cox in the front row of the video kind of cheese fest Kind of just never never resonated with me at all his mad energy where he was just oh stage and somehow east from the boardwalk of duke jersey but he sounds like he's from kentucky that work. It's never understood that. And the wacky efficacious. Maybe that's just how big that's just how it came about. Naturally when he picked up the guitar starts singing so But you know. I had one in the usa. When i was a kid. And i listen to that tape backwards and forwards but again in nineteen eighty-four thought born in the usa was raw right. But it's not which is not at all grab it. It's it's heartland rock. That's the style of rock. That he was doing he was. He was kind of big at the with the john jonker camps of the world. And you know that kind of research. Music john cougar. Mellencamp john cougar mellencamp. It's either john. Mellencamp john cougar. We're not sure which one but regard i think. He probably took a lot of his inspiration. From bruce springsteen would you say entirely possible that was definitely the the americana if farm aid type of you know the time time period in the eighties win. We're getting away from the glitz and glamor and denim jackets made sense. Sure sure so the way that we do our albums here. Our favorite albums is one of us will pick The album that the other person will get to pick the next time. This is warren. Mind so gentlemen if none of us are springsteen fans. Why don't we pick this one. What's so different about this album when we listen to it. We would want to feature this on our favorite albums. Well that the answer is this is a fucking great album you know. It really is I do not already established all that. This is a good album. I honestly after we listen to when you see justin it and i'll listen to. It actually went barring a vinyl. Which as you know is my. If i like something gets on vital that this is worth listening to even outside of the podcast. I thought it was good Had you listen to this before. I have this and it's funny because i came into the office one day i was asking him aqua. So what's the next album and he told me nebraska innocent man. That is one of my favorite out. Yeah so how is it all three of us. Don't like bruce springsteen but like this. It's got to be because it's just a really good album yet. Yeah definitely and i think that we all like singer-songwriter you know we we like that. In bruce springsteen his style of music is one of the greatest songwriters to ever live that the the way that he's able to pay this tapestry the way that he's able to break into. It's different than you know. Just like straight up rock and roll because i think he has some of that buddy holly. It's not do oppy. i don't know what it is. It's a shannon. the old school rock though. Yeah like kind of throwback sure sure But as a songwriter this guy who wrote blinded by the light but man for man. Did you know that. And his his. He wrote his first album. Greetings from ashbury park and semi two. Right i had the original song coming of age story. it's about who he saw the boardwalk. I had no idea it. He wrote that and it sounds way different than the manfred mann. You know the rip dupe not to do that did you do. Lyrics are cut loose. Like a deuce little deuce coupe really. Yeah cut loose like a deuce another runner in the night. I'm gonna file that in things. I didn't need to know. Did you know that he also wrote the song because the night that was a hit. Both patty smith and for ten does maniacs. I did not know that he did you know that he wrote the song. Fire for the or systems none of that and so this is a guy who could write within different genres. Make it sound really good. Oddly enough we just talked about patti smith but right on the last episode. She was considered as a Before semi. How prevent halen designer. Yeah so this guy who who writes these folksy ballads. The heartland type rock. He.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"To write a song I don't know so much and everybody out there re doing a Bruce Springsteen song I don't know where that guy who just won these little never heard the song thank you thank you I don't know the song.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Bruce Springsteen merry Christmas baby on the Jersey one point five week days we talked the weekends we single bell rung Jersey jam jam is ten thirty three here.

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"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"bruce springsteen" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"You again a very happy and healthy seventieth birthday all love to you. Thank you Bruce for being you and thank you for bringing everything that you have in some wildlife during all the Soro and all the happiness. Thank you very very much brew love you and Philly Love you in Jersey happy and healthy seventieth an in here's a little something different from my fellow hosts of the podcast how many mm-hmm so hello here four guys this is how many only podcast that counts and we WANNA do a special shoutout to one of my musical leaders The boss Bruce Springsteen he turned seventy this fall and I've asked my fellow co-hosts close from how many to share their birthday greetings well first of all you've got seventy. He's been kind of dragging a little too long. There may be his life and career has expanded far beyond his he never happy birthday they we will we will enjoy your catalog of eight solid hits and another seventy five hundred. Pete's the Hamburger Babe Ruth I look forward to seeing blinded by the national dark later this month and this is junior roadway all right Bob Bob. Can you pulls out the yeah so have ver- tape bruce very very solid career. Lots of it's solid contributions looking forward to the movie when they hope to see you live. You'll never hear this but what actually maybe he will because he is a p one of setting bruce so they hear this on that and then you have a song on that you wanted to sing to bruce on the specially Asian. Everybody needs a birthday cake. Everbody Everbody heard and you offer that Blur addition Scott you wanNA bring us home. How do I follow that Bruce. Thank you for all the songs. Thank you for the memories. Thank you for the Good Times Buddy. Happy Birthday hope to hear more from you. The longer a springs yes perfect perfect as usual strict neighbor neighbor friend. Hey Jack. What are we.

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