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Bruce Springsteen


Letter to You (2020)

Bruce Springsteen - Letter to You

Nick Dent-Robinson assesses Bruce Springsteen's extraordinary latest album, 'Letter to You'.

Springsteen: Saint in the City 1949 -1974 (2013)

Bruce Springsteen - Springsteen: Saint in the City 1949 -1974

Ben Howarth finds much to recommend in a new book about the early years of the young Bruce Springsteen


Royal Festival Hall, 20/7/2009

Bruce Springsteen - Royal Festival Hall, 20/7/2009

Anthony Midleton watches a superb set from sixties survivor Marianne Faithfull to promote her new album of covers, 'Easy Come, Easy Go', at the Royal Festival Hall in London


The Promise (2010)

Excellent and frequently surprising collection of previously unreleased material from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, recorded in 1978 at the time of his classic 'Darkness on the Edge of Town' album



Nils Lofgren
Interview Nils Lofgren - Interview

Nils Lofgren, the guitarist with Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band, talks to Ben Howarth about his long solo career, forthcoming tour of the UK and 'Face the Music', his new ten CD box set


Leonard Colombati
Bruce Springsteen: Like a Killer in the Sun Miscellaneous - Bruce Springsteen: Like a Killer in the Sun

Forty-five years since the release of his debut LP, American music legend Bruce Springsteen has his lyrics collected and dissected by editor Leonardo Colombati. Stephen Simkin reviews a frequently inspiring volume.


Re : View-Bruce Springsteen
Born to Run Miscellaneous - Born to Run

In the latest in our 'Re : view' series, in which our staff reflect on albums that they feel deserve further appraisal, Pennyblackmusic photographer Matt Williams explains why Bruce Springsteen's classic 'Born to Run' rarely leaves his turntable

Re : View-Bruce Springsteen
The Rising Miscellaneous - The Rising

In 2002 Bruce Springsteen returned to the public domain with ‘The Rising’, an album of songs about the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Centre. Benjamin Howarth explains, why "in a time for heroes", Sprinsteen offers fresh hope

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