The Freehold rocker relayed his plans during the “Bruce Springsteen: From His Home, To Yours … Part 3” broadcast of Wednesday, May 6, on Sirius XM’s E Street Radio.
“All I can tell you is when this experience is over, I am going to throw the wildest party you have ever seen and you my friends are all invited,” Springsteen said before playing Koko Taylor’s “Wang Dang Doodle.”
The Boss laid out his party plans after commenting on a recent “errand” he ran out of his Colts Neck home.
“I was out last night on an errand, around 9:30, let me tell you who was out there — nobody,” Springsteen said. “Nobody at all. The streets were barren, the highway was not alive. It was like while we’re waiting for the apocalypse, it already happened.”
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Springsteen began his third deejay broadcast on Sirius XM’s E Street Radio with a message of optimism.
“As hard as it is to believe right now, your children will go back to school,” Springsteen said. “Churches will be open and full. You will once again hug and kiss family members at your gatherings. You will shout over the noise of a crowded bar to order a drink and to speak to your friends. You will buy a hot dog at Yankee Stadium. You will walk through the streets of your hometown free and easy. You may hold a complete stranger on a crowded dance floor, and 50,000 people will once again scream their heads off somewhere in New Jersey.”
Bruce Springsteen is the latest celebrity to receive an at-home salon experience — courtesy of his wife, Patti Scialfa.
Scialfa, 66, shared a photo of the couple on Instagram on Wednesday after she gave the “Born in the U.S.A.” singer a haircut.
“Gave my man his first quarantine cut,” she wrote alongside the photo, in which she proudly holds up some scissors next to her shirtless husband.
“Hey Chris McMillan working on being a badass with the scissors…. thanks for sending the instructions and the clippers!!!” she wrote, adding that she gave herself an at-home beauty treatment as well. “Also I had just finished dying my hair! We have the beauty truck in action at Stone Hill Farm! ✂️
A new book will give the “full story” behind every song Bruce Springsteen has ever recorded and released.Bruce Springsteen: All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Track by Jean-Michel Guesdon and Philippe Margotin will be released on 6th October.
Arranged chronologically by album, authors Guesdon and Margotin explore the details behind early hits such as Blinded by the Light and Spirit in the Night, to classics such as Born to Run, Hungry Heart, Dancing in the Dark and Born in the USA. The book also contains hundred of photographs.
Authors Jean-Michel Guesdon and Philippe Margotin organized “Bruce Springsteen: All the Songs” chronologically, offering fans “fascinating stories and detailed information on every track” across the Boss’s 19 albums.The 672-page book is described by publisher Cassell as “the full story of every single song that Bruce Springsteen has recorded and released during his long and remarkable career.”
The decades-long career of the Boss will be discussed in the forthcoming book, “Bruce Springsteen: All the Songs, The Story Behind Every Track,” which is due on October 6 via Cassell.