Read the inside history of Bruce Springsteen’s signature guitar, a «1950s mutt» that the Boss purchased in 1973 and played for more than 40 years.
Oct 13, 2016 · Read the inside history of Bruce Springsteen’s signature guitar, a «1950s mutt» that the Boss purchased in 1973 and played for more than 40 years.
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Top responsesIf the body was routed, how do they know its a tele body? Seems like its an esquire that they have called a tele. Esquire bodies had stock tele routing, they just had … read more7 votesRolling Stone wrote A nit, sure, but no they didn’t The first line in the article is «This story originally appeared on MensJournal.com.»7 votesI think Keith Richards played a 50’s tele with an esquire neck.3 votesWait that looks just like u/jbfmusic ‘s tele in the post right above this one1 voteSee all
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Bruce Springsteen’s Favorite Guitar: The Story Behind One-of-a-Kind Fender Rolling Stone October 13, 2016, 4:33 PM GMT This story originally appeared on MensJournal.com .
Behind The Song: Bruce Springsteen, “Born In The U.S.A.” Written By Jim Beviglia // April 14, 2014 We’re 30 years burning down the road from Bruce Springsteen’s most complex anthem.
Mar 04, 2014 · For Springsteen News and Rumors visit: www.blogitallnight.com This performance is from the 2009 Working on a Dream Tour.
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«The Rising» is the title track on Bruce Springsteen’s 12th studio album The Rising, and was released as a single in 2002. Springsteen wrote the song in reaction to the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York City. It gained critical praise and earned Grammy Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, as well as a nomination for Song of the Year. Rolling Stone named it the 35th best song …
B-side: «Land of Hope and Dreams«