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Six days after the column was printed, in a campaign rally in Hammonton, New Jersey , Reagan said, "America's future rests in a thousand dreams inside your hearts.
It rests in the message of hope in the songs of a man so many young Americans admire—New Jersey's own, Bruce Springsteen.
I don't think it was the Nebraska album. I don't think he's been listening to this one. The video for the song showed a young Courteney Cox dancing on stage with Springsteen, which helped start the actress's career.
The song " Cover Me " was written by Springsteen for Donna Summer , but his record company persuaded him to keep it for the new album. A big fan of Summer's work, Springsteen wrote another song for her, " Protection ".
Videos for the album were directed by Brian De Palma and John Sayles. Springsteen played on the " We Are the World " song and album in His live track "Trapped" from that album received moderate airplay on US Top 40 stations as well as reaching No.
The Born in the U. From June 15 to August 10, , all seven of his albums appeared on the UK Albums Chart : the first time an artist had charted their entire back catalogue simultaneously.
During the s, several Springsteen fanzines were launched, including Backstreets magazine. Springsteen released the much more sedate and contemplative Tunnel of Love album in The album is a mature reflection on the many faces of love found, lost and squandered, which only selectively used the E Street Band.
On July 19, , Springsteen held a concert in East Germany that attracted , spectators. Journalist Erik Kirschbaum has called the concert "the most important rock concert ever, anywhere", in his book Rocking the Wall.
Bruce Springsteen: The Berlin Concert That Changed the World. It had been conceived by the Socialist Unity Party 's youth wing in an attempt to placate the youth of East Germany, who were hungry for more freedom and the popular music of the West.
However, it is Kirschbaum's opinion that the success of the concert catalyzed opposition to the regime in the DDR, and helped contribute to the fall of the Berlin Wall the following year.
Later in , Springsteen headlined the worldwide Human Rights Now! In late , he dissolved the E Street Band.
In , after risking fan accusations of "going Hollywood" by moving to Los Angeles and working with session musicians , Springsteen released two albums at once: Human Touch and Lucky Town.
I mean, you can imagine that if everything had gone great between us, we would have had disaster. I would have written just happy songs—and I tried it in the early '90s and it didn't work; the public didn't like it.
Springsteen won an Academy Award in for his song " Streets of Philadelphia ", which appeared on the soundtrack to the film Philadelphia.
The video for the song shows Springsteen's actual vocal performance, recorded using a hidden microphone, to a prerecorded instrumental track.
This technique was developed on the " Brilliant Disguise " video. In , after temporarily re-organizing the E Street Band for a few new songs recorded for his first Greatest Hits album a recording session that was chronicled in the documentary Blood Brothers , and also one show at Tramps in New York City,  he released his second folk album, The Ghost of Tom Joad.
The album was inspired by John Steinbeck 's The Grapes of Wrath and by Journey to Nowhere: The Saga of the New Underclass , a book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Dale Maharidge and photographer Michael Williamson.
The album was generally less well-received than the similar Nebraska due to the minimal melody , twangy vocals, and political nature of most of the songs; however, some praised it for giving voice to immigrants and others who rarely have one in American culture.
The lengthy, worldwide, small-venue solo acoustic Ghost of Tom Joad Tour that followed successfully presented many of his older songs in drastically reshaped acoustic form, although Springsteen had to explicitly remind his audiences to "shut the fuck up" and not to clap during the performances.
Following the tour, Springsteen moved from California back to New Jersey with his family. Later, he would acknowledge that the s were a "lost period" for him: "I didn't do a lot of work.
Some people would say I didn't do my best work. Springsteen was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in by Bono the lead singer of U2 , a favor he returned in In , Springsteen and the E Street Band reunited and began their extensive Reunion Tour , which lasted over a year.
Highlights included a record sold-out, show run at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey and a ten-night, sold-out engagement at New York City's Madison Square Garden.
A new song, " American Skin 41 Shots ", about the police shooting of Amadou Diallo , which was played at these shows proved controversial.
In , Springsteen released his first studio effort with the full band in 18 years, The Rising , produced by Brendan O'Brien.
The album, mostly a reflection on the September 11 attacks , was a critical and popular success. The title track gained airplay in several radio formats, and the record became Springsteen's best-selling album of new material in 15 years.
Kicked off by an early-morning Asbury Park appearance on The Today Show , The Rising Tour commenced; the band barnstormed through a series of single-night arena stands in the U.
Springsteen played an unprecedented 10 nights in Giants Stadium in New Jersey. In addition, "The Rising" won the Grammy for Best Rock Song and for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.
It was also nominated for the Grammy Award for Song of the Year. At the Grammy Awards of , Springsteen performed The Clash 's " London Calling " along with Elvis Costello , Dave Grohl , and E Street Band member Steven Van Zandt and No Doubt 's bassist, Tony Kanal , in tribute to Joe Strummer.
It is a low-key, mostly acoustic album, in the same vein as Nebraska and The Ghost of Tom Joad. Some of the material was written almost 10 years earlier during, or shortly after, the Ghost of Tom Joad Tour, with a few having been performed then but not released.
The album entered the charts at No. Attendance was disappointing in a few regions, and everywhere other than in Europe tickets were easier to get than in the past.
In April , Springsteen released We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions , an American roots music project focused around a big folk sound treatment of 15 songs popularized by the radical musical activism of Pete Seeger.
A tour began the same month, with the strong ensemble of musicians dubbed The Seeger Sessions Band and later shortened to The Sessions Band.
The tour proved very popular in Europe, selling out everywhere and receiving some excellent reviews,  but newspapers reported that a number of U.
Springsteen's next album, entitled Magic , was released on October 2, Recorded with the E Street Band, it had 10 new Springsteen songs plus " Long Walk Home ", performed once with the Sessions band, and a hidden track the first included on a Springsteen studio release , " Terry's Song ", a tribute to Springsteen's long-time assistant Terry Magovern, who died on July 30, It was announced on November 21, , that Springsteen's longtime friend and founding E Street Band member, Danny Federici , would be taking a leave of absence from the Magic Tour to pursue treatment for melanoma.
Charles Giordano filled in as Federici's replacement. Federici returned to the stage on March 20, , for a Springsteen and E Street Band performance in Indianapolis.
On April 17, , Federici died of cancer. Springsteen supported Barack Obama's presidential campaign. Springsteen was the musical opener for the Obama Inaugural Celebration on January 18, , which was attended by over , people.
Later he performed Woody Guthrie 's " This Land Is Your Land " with Pete Seeger. On January 11, , Springsteen won the Golden Globe Award for Best Song for " The Wrestler ", from the Darren Aronofsky film by the same name.
Springsteen performed at the halftime show at Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, ,  agreeing to perform after having declined on prior occasions.
The set of appearances and promotional activities led Springsteen to say, "This has probably been the busiest month of my life.
Springsteen's Working on a Dream album, dedicated to the memory of Danny Federici, was released in late January The band performed five final shows at Giants Stadium, opening with a new song highlighting the historic stadium, and Springsteen's Jersey roots, named "Wrecking Ball".
Springsteen received the Kennedy Center Honors on December 6, President Obama gave a speech in which he asserted that Springsteen had incorporated the lives of regular Americans into his expansive palette of songs.
Obama added that Springsteen's concerts were not just rock-and-roll concerts, but "communions".
The event included musical tributes from Melissa Etheridge , Ben Harper , John Mellencamp , Jennifer Nettles , Sting , and Eddie Vedder.
The s ended with Springsteen named one of eight Artists of the Decade by Rolling Stone magazine  and with Springsteen's tours ranking him fourth among artists in total concert grosses for the decade.
Clarence Clemons , the E Street Band's saxophonist and founding member, died on June 18, , of complications from a stroke. Springsteen's 17th studio album, Wrecking Ball , was released on March 6, The album consists of eleven tracks plus two bonus tracks.
Three songs previously only available as live versions—"Wrecking Ball", " Land of Hope and Dreams ", and "American Land"—appear on the album. Only the Beatles 19 and Jay Z 12 have more No.
Following the release of the album, Springsteen and the E Street Band announced plans for the Wrecking Ball Tour , which began on March 18, On July 31, , in Helsinki , Finland, Springsteen performed his longest concert ever at 4 hours and 6 minutes and 33 songs.
Springsteen campaigned for President Barack Obama's re-election in Ohio , Iowa , Virginia , Pittsburgh , and Wisconsin. At the rallies, he briefly spoke to the audience and performed a short acoustic set that included a newly written song titled "Forward".
At year's end, the Wrecking Ball Tour was named Top Draw for having the top attendance out of any tour by the Billboard Touring Awards.
The tour finished second to Roger Waters , who had the top-grossing tour of Springsteen released his eighteenth studio album, High Hopes , on January 14, The first single and video were of a newly recorded version of the song " High Hopes ", which Springsteen had previously recorded in The album was the first by Springsteen in which all songs are either cover songs, newly recorded outtakes from previous records, or newly recorded versions of songs previously released.
The E Street Band touring lineup, along with deceased E Street Band members Clarence Clemons and Danny Federici, appear on the album.
Springsteen made his acting debut in the final episode of Season 3 of Van Zandt's show Lilyhammer , which was named "Loose Ends" after a Springsteen song on the Tracks album.
On August 6, , Springsteen performed " Land of Hope and Dreams " and " Born to Run " on the final episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart , as Stewart's final 'Moment of Zen'.
On October 16, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of The River , Springsteen announced The Ties That Bind: The River Collection box set.
Released on December 4, it contains four CDs including many previously unreleased songs and three DVDs or Blu-ray along with a page coffee table book.
In November , " American Skin 41 Shots " was performed with John Legend at Shining a Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America.
The River Tour began in January in support of The Ties That Bind: The River Collection box set. All first-leg shows in North America included an in-sequence performance of the entire The River album along with other songs from Springsteen's catalog, and all dates were recorded and made available for purchase.
On September 23, , Chapter and Verse , a compilation from throughout Springsteen's career dating back to , was released. The book rose quickly to the top of the NY Times Best Sellers List.
On September 7, , at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia , Pennsylvania , Springsteen performed for 4 hours and 4 minutes.
This show, which was part of The River Tour , stands as his longest-ever show in the United States. Springsteen supported Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign by performing an acoustic set of "Thunder Road", "Long Walk Home" and "Dancing in the Dark" at a rally in Philadelphia on November 7, On November 22, , Springsteen was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom award by Barack Obama.
Springsteen on Broadway , an eight-week run at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Broadway in New York City in fall , was announced in June On December 14, , the live album Springsteen on Broadway was released.
The album reached the top 10 in more than 10 countries and no. Springsteen's nineteenth studio album, Western Stars , was released on June 14, It was announced on July 23, , that Springsteen would premiere his film, Western Stars , at the Toronto Film Festival in September He co-directed the film along with longtime collaborator Thom Zimny.
The film features Springsteen and his backing band performing the music from Western Stars to a live audience.
Despite comments from Springsteen in late about a potential new album and tour with the E Street Band in , on February 12, , Steven Van Zandt cast some doubt over a tour saying "Let's just say I thought I was going to be busier than I am.
So at the moment, seems to have opened up. On May 29, , Springsteen appeared remotely during a livestream, no-audience concert by the Dropkick Murphys at Fenway Park in Boston.
Springsteen with the band performed their song " Rose Tattoo " and his song "American Land", sharing co-vocals with Ken Casey on both songs.
The event marked the first music performance without an in-person audience at a major U. During the livestream, viewers were encouraged to donate to three charities: the Boston Resiliency Fund, Feeding America , and the Greater Boston division of Habitat for Humanity.
On September 10, , Springsteen announced an album with the E Street Band, Letter to You , which is his twentieth studio album and was released on October 23, The title track was released as the album's first single and music video that same day.
In a September 20, , interview with Rolling Stone , Springsteen said that he did not expect to tour again until at least "My antenna tells me, at best, And I would consider the concert industry lucky if it happens then.
I'm going to consider myself lucky if I lose just a year of touring life. Once you hit 70, there's a finite amount of tours and a finite amount of years that you have.
And so you lose one or two, that's not so great. On November 16, , Springsteen was featured as a guest singer for the Bleachers' newest single, Chinatown , which the album is to be released sometime during Springsteen and the E Street Band were the musical guests on the December 12, episode of Saturday Night Live where they performed "Ghosts" and "I'll See You in My Dreams".
This marked their first performance since and their first to promote Letter to You. Gary Tallent and Soozie Tyrell opted to remain home rather than travel due to fears of COVID This was the first time Tallent has missed a performance with the band and Jack Daley of the Disciples of Soul filled in for Tallent.
Springsteen has been called a "rock 'n' roll poet" who "radiated working-class authenticity". A shift in Springsteen's lyrical approach began with the album Darkness on the Edge of Town ,  in which he focused on the emotional struggles of working class life,   although he still sings about general rock and roll themes as well.
While rejecting religion in his earlier years, Springsteen stated in his autobiography Born to Run , "I have a personal relationship with Jesus.
I believe in his power to save, love [ He elaborated, "I don't participate in my religion but I know somewhere I'm still on the team.
Springsteen has spoken openly about his struggles with depression , which he accepted and began to face in his 30s. In a June interview with Tom Hanks , Springsteen admitted to having been a tax evader early in his career.
Springsteen dated actress Joyce Hyser for four years in the early s. Previously, he had dated photographer Lynn Goldsmith and model Karen Darvin.
Springsteen liked her voice, and after the performance he introduced himself to her. They soon started spending time together and became friends.
Early in Springsteen asked Scialfa to join the E Street Band for the upcoming Born in the U. According to the book Bruce by Peter Ames Carlin, they seemed about to become a couple through the first leg of the tour;  however, Springsteen was introduced to actress Julianne Phillips and married her shortly after midnight on May 13, at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Many of the songs on Tunnel of Love described the unhappiness he felt in his relationship with Phillips. She expressed reluctance at first because she wanted to start recording her first solo album, but when he told her the tour would be short, she agreed to postpone her own solo record and join the tour.
Springsteen received press criticism for the haste in which he and Scialfa started their relationship. In a interview with The Advocate , he told Judy Wieder about the negative publicity the couple subsequently received: "It's a strange society that assumes it has the right to tell people whom they should love and whom they shouldn't.
But the truth is, I basically ignored the entire thing as much as I could. I said, 'Well, all I know is, this feels real, and maybe I have got a mess going here in some fashion, but that's life.
I handled it badly, and I still feel badly about it. It was cruel for people to find out the way they did. Springsteen and Scialfa lived in New Jersey before moving to Los Angeles, where they decided to start a family.
So part of me said, 'Hey, what does it matter? It's very different than just living together. First of all, stepping up publicly—which is what you do: You get your license, you do all the social rituals—is a part of your place in society and in some way part of society's acceptance of you Patti and I both found that it did mean something.
When their children reached school age in the s, Springsteen and Scialfa moved back to New Jersey to raise them away from paparazzi.
The family owns and lives on a horse farm in Colts Neck Township and a home in Rumson ; they also own homes in Los Angeles and Wellington, Florida.
She made her show-jumping debut with the Team USA in August Springsteen supported Barack Obama's presidential campaign , announcing his endorsement in April Springsteen is an activist for LGBT rights and has spoken out many times as a strong supporter of gay marriage.
In an April interview with The Advocate he spoke of the importance of gay marriage: "You get your license, you do all the social rituals.
It's part of your place in society, and in some way part of society's acceptance of you. Springsteen noted in the ad, "I couldn't agree more with that statement and urge those who support equal treatment for our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters to let their voices be heard now.
Springsteen released an official statement on his website. The Human Rights Campaign HRC celebrated Springsteen's statement and he has received much praise and gratitude from the LGBT community.
During a show in Perth, Springsteen made a statement celebrating the post-inauguration Women's March against the incoming Trump administration in cities worldwide: "We're a long way from home, and our hearts and spirits are with the hundreds of thousands of women and men that marched yesterday in every city in America, and in Melbourne We stand with you.
We are the new American resistance. Springsteen has been a staunch critic of Trump throughout his presidency. In October , he said the President "doesn't have a grasp of the deep meaning of what it means to be an American",  and in June called him a "threat to our democracy.
The video features Springsteen's song Streets of Philadelphia. Springsteen has developed a reputation for energetic and long-lasting live performances.
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