Bruce Springsteen plans to release a special anniversary vinyl version of his LP ‘Nebraska’, to mark its 40th anniversary.
Nebraska was released in September 1982, after ‘The River’. In Springsteen’s discography, the album is unique in that it was completely recorded solo.
Barry Grint, an engineer who has worked with The Beatles and Madonna before, half-speed mastered ‘Nebraska’ for the new version.
Jann Wenner claims that Bruce Springsteen is working on a new record. In an interview about his new memoir ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ with Billboard, the former founder of Rolling Stone accidentally revealed that ‘The Boss’ is releasing a new record.
Wenner then added: “There’s a new Bruce [Springsteen] record coming out this fall, which is stunning. I’m listening to that.”
In spite of announcing a 2023 global tour with the E Street Band back in July, Bruce Springsteen has not yet announced details of a new album. His latest album was ‘Letter To You’ from 2020.