Entertainment Frat Rock Playlist: To this music, Bruce Springsteen Party

15:01  22 july  2021
15:01  22 july  2021 Source:   rollingstone.de

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in his radio broadcast at Siriusxm revealed Bruce Springsteen his personal celebration playlist.

Seit 2020 auch Radiohost: Bruce „The Boss“ Springsteen © Provided by www.rollingstone.de since 2020 Radiohost: Bruce "The Boss" Springsteen

in his radio show at Siriusxm, Bruce Springsteen revealed his personal celebration playlist.

in the middle of the pandemic went rock legend Bruce Springsteen in 2020 under the RadioHosts. In the now 25th edition of his program "From My Home to Yours", the 71-year-old now revealed his favorite party music.

The Boss relies on Frat-Rock

The term Frat-Rock describes the dirty garage skirt, which the American postwar generation played on her first colle party. Decisive are above all two things: good mood and alcohol. So the drunken Gejle celebration student even landed on the recordings itself - listening here on the frat-rock classic "Double Shot (of My Baby's Love)".

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Bruce Springsteen also seems to have this time in good memory and dedicated the recent issue of his broadcast bands like The Swingin 'Medallions, The Trashmen, Flamin' Groovies and Fleshtones. For maximum authenticity, the boss recommended his audience: "I want her to drink beer to this music and turns completely."

Dass er etwas vom Feiern versteht, bewies Springsteen auch auf seinen eigenen Konzerten immer wieder. © Provided by Rolling Stone that he understands something of celebration, Springsteen also proved again on his own concerts. by Corona to the Radio DJ

Since mid-2020 Springsteen published his program "from My Home to Yours" on the streaming radio station Siriusxm. The crucial for the idea was above all the corona pandemic, the singer tells: "I was looking for a way to continue to communicate with my fans despite the virus. I play my favorite plates and accompany people where we all have to go through. "

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These are Bruce Springsten's next projects

Even off the radiostudio Springsteen currently has all the hands to do full. Until September 2021 his soloshow "Springsteen on Broadway" is running in New York. In addition, a new film project with documentary filmmaker Thom Zhimny was announced recently. Under the title " The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts ", a new concert film of Springsteen and its E Street Band is to be released this year.

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