Bruce Springsteen - 'High Hopes' For The Boss' UK Gigs
One of the most legendary rock 'n' roll stars of all time,
this blue collar storyteller is famous for giving simply mesmerising live performances. He has recently dropped ten digitally
re-mastered albums to the iTunes online store, including The Wild and Born in the U.S.A - bringing his peerless
Americana hits to younger audiences.
With no less than 20 Grammy Awards under his belt, the veteran frontman of the
E Street Band is touring the world in 2014 to promote his new album High Hopes, a collection of previously unreleased
songs. Purchase Bruce Springsteen tickets now at StubHub UK and see him live on our shores.
Biography - Blue Collar Rock 'n' Roller
This authentic rock 'n' roll icon has long been the narrator of the American
working class population, recounting tales of blue collar life in is heartland rock catalogue. For over five decades, this
New Jersey native has gifted the world a distinct folk-peppered brand of blues rock that resonates with legions of fans all
over the world. Self-deprecating albums like Born to Run and Nebraska became overnight classics, thanks to his
careful contemplation of coming of age tribulations and working class issues. His self-penned tracks like 'Born to Run' and
'Thunder Road' have become universally acclaimed underdog anthems. In recent years 'The Boss' has further perfected his recorded
albums, including his critically lauded 17th studio Wrecking Ball and 2014's High Hopes, which featured previously
unreleased new material.
Over the decades, he has garnered unimaginable acclaim from the most highly respected authorities
in music, including 20 Grammy Awards, two Golden Globes and an Academy Award as well as being inducted into both the Rock
and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. What are you waiting for? Purchase your Bruce Springsteen tickets
now at StubHub UK and see him shine on our shores.
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