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Bruce's Manager Talks River Tour And Future Album

posted Jul 21, 2016, 9:20 AM by Brandon Thompson
Billboard just released an interesting interview with Bruce Springsteen's manager, Jon Landau. Springsteen's manager stated some interesting bits of information, the most interesting being of course Springsteen's new album which is expected to hit early next year. Here is what Landau had to say about the new album: 

Next up for Springsteen is a solo album, which Landau calls “a very different kind of record” from Springsteen. As for a release date or supporting tour, “it’s premature to say much about it,” Landau says. “It’s a wonderful record, and we’ll see how the next year unfolds. We’re terrible planners. You have people who know where they’re playing 18 months from now and have all of next summer’s festivals booked, and we just have a knack for not planning that far ahead. That’s our way.”

Landau did provide a little insight into Springsteen’s creative direction. “All I can say is that there is a solo record -- and when I say solo record, I’m not talking about an acoustic record,” he says. “It is, in fact, a very expansive record, a very rich record. It’s one of Bruce’s very creative efforts. Stay tuned, and we’ll see exactly how that shapes up next year.”

Interesting to note that Landau states that this will not be an acoustic solo record and that this is something very different. So, it should be very interesting to see what The Boss has in store for us pretty soon. To read more about what Landau had to say, click the link below to go to the Billboard website. 


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