From the early days to the glory days, this book tells the story of one of the great musical legends of our time.
Few performers in any field of the arts have managed to achieve the twin goals of commercial and critical success, yet Bruce Springsteen's output as a singer, songwriter and performer has consistently received glowing reviews, drawn huge crowds to his globespanning tours and seen his new releases fly off the shelves.
That this enormous international success has remained near constant over the course of a career spanning almost 40 years points to an artist with a unique position in popular culture.
This beautifully illustrated book charts a career like no other: the blue-collar heartland rock of the 70s, the stadium-filling extravaganzas of the 80s, his acoustic solo work, folk revivals, political stances, Grammys, Oscars and more.
Examine the influences that drove him to perform, how his changing personal life has informed and influenced his musical direction, and behind it all the collection of friends and musicians who have been with him through it all: the legendary E Street Band.
Lavishly illustrated with well over 100 fantastic photographs of Bruce and his bandmates dating back to the early 1970s.
Includes chapters covering: his early life; first recordings; changing musical styles; film work; live performances; emotional life; the members of The E Street Band, and much more.
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