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Published: 2013/05/23

Fan Generated Bruce Springsteen Film to Hit Theaters in July

A Ridley Scott-produced film about Bruce Springsteen will hit theaters around the world during a one-time event on July 22. The film, Springsteen & I, was put together by music video director Bailie Walsh, and is comprised of videos contributed by various fans, including footage of Springstreen performing with his E Street Band.

The film was created after its producers sent out a request for fans to send videos recording their personal insights and reflections on how Springsteen and his music had affected their lives. As a result, Springsteen & I explores the bond between the musician and his fans. The trailer for the movie is available above and tickets to the screenings will go on sale on June 4, along with information about cinema locations.

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tellsemlikeismellsem!!!!!! May 23, 2013, 17:29:33

“he’s absolutely genuine, just like the rest of the people from New Jersey?!!!” ......... wowsers… can’t sugar-coat a turd folks…. whether it be jersey or springsteen’s lame music..

jack straw May 23, 2013, 18:54:17

Tellsem’.... I do not know you, but I am sure you are DUMBER then you sound! Springsteen ROCKS the WORLD & a pathetic soul like you gives his ignorant opinion. Please keep the dumb comments to yourself & just jerk off your miserable self! NOBODY does it better then Bruce!

john May 24, 2013, 13:43:00

yeah. bruce doesn’t rock, dude.
his music is the soundtrack of the lives of millions of 50 years +, balding, overweight, corporate d-bags, who don’t know anything about music, or improvisation, who drive around in convertable mercedes, blasting “rosalita”, telling the world “I am a corporate d-bag!” as they fondly recall their days seeing bruce at the meadowlands during the reagan era alongside all their d-bag, white hat fraternity brothers. bruce’s first three records were fullof excellent, adventursome music. Everything since 1975 has been four chord musical cliches.

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