Ask anyone who grew up throughout the 1970s to understand just how big of a deal Bruce Springsteen was and still is. More specifically, tracks like “Born to Run” could be heard in just about every car on the open road. More impressively, Springsteen’s career has so far spanned the better part half of a century, with his 1984 Born in the U.S.A. album being certified 15x platinum. It’s feats like these that have earned Springsteen the nickname of the “The Boss.”
What is one of history’s most dominant musicians up to today? Continue reading below to find out.
Bruce Springsteen Now
Springsteen has spent the past couple of decades receiving awards, donating to charity, and even being recognized by the previous president of the United States, Barack Obama. Beyond this, Springsteen announced in 2020 that he was working on his 20th (yes, 20th) studio album, which is set to release in late October 2020. The album is set to be called Letters to You and will be a collaboration album with the rock band E Street Band. At 70 years old, Bruce Springsteen shows no signs of slowing down, which is great news for the countless fans he has acquired over his half-a-century reign.
Watch Bruce perform ‘Dancing in The Dark’ live here, posted by runawaydream