Exceptionally natural man
Bruce Springsteen resonates and inspires amongst the most successful and creative stars. There is, however, one thing that sets him apart from most of his colleagues though. His invisible weapon is his informality; he can do just about any gig in a shirt and jeans no problem. He is not an experimenter, and he remains faithful to his raw, rock sound. His gigs exude that keen high energy dynamism that is so quintessential to Springsteen, sometimes his gigs take up to three hours to climax and are received with a great enthusiasm.
Born in USA
Springsteen’s visit to Prague is part of his world tour that introduces his latest album Wrecking Ball. He recorded the album during last year after he got reunited with his E Street Band. The album reflects Springsteen’s return to his music roots and according to critics it is Springsteen’s most angry and overtly political album so far. “In the course of the last six years, we had to add to the image of America such nasty stuff like secret prisons, illegal wiretapping, restriction of voters’ rights, attacks on constitution and losses of the best women and men in the on-going tragic war,” said Springsteen when introducing his album.
A teaser from the last album Wrecking Ball:
According to critics as well as fans, the albums recoded by Springsteen nicknamed Boss don’t have any weaknesses. Altogether he has released 17 studio albums, received twenty Grammy awards and an Oscar for the music for Philadelphia movie. Springsteen’s breaking album Born in The U.S.A. sold a record number of more than 30 million copies. The most famous hit of this energetic guitar album is the song that depicts a story of the Vietnamese veteran. This song was in the past often misinterpreted as homage to patriotism.
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