Category: Bruce Springsteen

THE BEST MUSIC BOOKS OF 2016 – Evening Standard, 8 Dec 2016

Other musicians had to up their game when it came to putting pen to paper in the year that Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. It’s all very well ‘fessing up to your drug, alcohol and marriage problems, but what about the prose style?   It might be the success of Dylan’s first Chronicles volume in 2005… Read more →

2014’S BIGGEST NEW ALBUM RELEASES – Evening Standard, 3 Jan 2014

Predicting the big albums of the year to come could leave me with egg on my face, given the way musicians like to catch us on the hop these days. This time last year David Bowie, who had otherwise only been in the news for rumours of ill health, was on the verge of springing his best album in years… Read more →

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, Wrecking Ball – Evening Standard 17 Feb 2012

When Bruce Springsteen has something to say, the world listens. A new album from theNew Jerseygiant, almost 40 years after his first, is still a huge deal – demonstrated by the three coaches waiting yesterday outside Sony Records’Parisheadquarters to take journalists from as far afield asDenmarkandAustraliato a special listening event. Even the advance airing of Madonna’s latest next month will… Read more →