"It sold poorly and due to its troubling themes, Springsteen did not take it on tour. Nebraska was left to speak for itself. Today, exactly 40 years after its release, that voice is no less disquieting."
SOURCE: The Baffler
by Dennis M. Hogan
What does it say about American liberalism that it's cultural tribune, Bruce Springsteen, is doing a corporate-sponsored podcast with the former President of the United States?
SOURCE: LA Progressive
by Walter G. Moss
Reflections on the emergence of Bruce Springsteen as a model for aging successfully in a chaotic and dispiriting age.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Jonathan D. Cohen
By embracing the Boss, Democrats try to reach white working-class voters. But they need to embrace his ideas, too.
by John Johnson
Springsteen’s verbal artistry is frequently on display in his autobiography just as in his hundreds of recorded songs.
SOURCE: Huffington Post
The document used to be in the collection of Springsteen's former manager, Mike Appel.
by John Johnson
Review of the documentary film Springsteen and I, directed by Baillie Walsh and produced by Ridley Scott.
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