Bruce Springsteen will take some time off after his Broadway shows. But does the legendary rocker need time off to rest or is he going straight to the studio for another album?
Stevie Van Zandt, the famous guitarist of the E Street Band, answered a tweet with the sad news about Bruce Springsteen’s next tour. It seems like there is nothing on the planning for next year and maybe even the year after.
You can see the tweet here:
Yes. But it might not be for a year or two. I think he’s earned some time off don’t you? https://t.co/dmoS6g1s6N
— Stevie Van Zandt (@StevieVanZandt) August 27, 2018
Update: We may have interpreted the Tweet wrongly. In a reaction, Stevie Van Zandt explains that he only expressed his own thoughts, and that there is no way of knowing when exactly Bruce Springsteen will be touring again.
Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen was born in New Jersey on 23 September 1949. In the early 1960s he earned his nickname “The Boss” after taking up the task of collecting the payments for his band at the time, and distributing them among the band members. His band, the famous E Street Band, has been following the Boss since 1972! Fun Fact: In 1976, after a concert in Memphis, drunk Springsteen had the idea of meeting Elvis. After arriving at Graceland at 3 am in the morning, he managed to jump the wall and run to the front door. Before ringing the doorbell, security arrived and threw him out. The meeting between the King and the Boss was doomed to fail from the beginning because Elvis was out of town that night.