Bruce Springsteen’s new album
Bruce Springsteen announced the release of his new album, “Only The Strong Survive” on November 11. It includes covers of 60s and 70s classics, as well as Soul and Rhythm and Blues anthems that he did not compose, but “would have loved to have written”. At 73 years old, Springsteen is heading back to the studio to record his 21st album, composed of 15 songs. It will be available in two double vinyl limited editions with recorded inscription and poster included, on CD and in digital format. This will be his first album since Letter to You (2020), including Soul music from the legendary Motown, Gamble and Huff and Stax catalogues.
Springsteen’s new album is inspired by Levi Stubbs, David Ruffin, Jimmy Ruffin, The Temptations, Diana Ross, Elvis Presley, and many others. It features guest vocals by Sam Moore and contributions by The E Street Horns, Rob Mathes and choruses by Soozie Tyrell, Lisa Lowell, Michelle Moore, Curtis King Jr., Dennis Collins and Fonzi Thorton. “Only The Strong Survive” has been recorded at Thrill Hill Recording in New Jersey. The Boss kicks off his international tour on 28 and 30 April in Barcelona with the legendary E Street band with more than 1.6 million tickets already sold in the United States and Europe.
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