Bruce Springsteen: ‘Letter To You,’ Reuniting With The E Street Band and Broadway | Apple Music

Bruce Springsteen connects with Zane Lowe to talk about his album ‘Letter To You.’ He shares his creative process and the stories behind his songs “Janey Needs A Shooter,” “House Of A Thousand Guitars,” and “I’ll See You In My Dreams.” He also reflects on his relationship with the E Street Band, their dynamic throughout the years, and how he created his Broadway show. Listen to Bruce Springsteen on Apple Music and watch the exclusive Apple TV+ album film:

00:00 – Intro
00:30 – Adapting to 2020 events
01:59 – “Letter To You”
03:29 – Recording process for the album
06:31 – Dynamic with the band
10:05 – Creative growth
14:51 – “One Minute You’re Here”
16:44 – Cycle of life
18:01 – “Last Man Standing”
22:05 – Broadway and book
25:25 – Instruments
34:42 – “Janey Needs A Shooter”
37:00 – “House Of A Thousand Guitars”
38:44 – “I’ll See You In My Dreams”
41:30 – Reflecting on concert footage
43:44 – Music and healing
45:59 – Characters
48:29 – Why is Bruce Springsteen here?
49:39 – “The Power Of Prayer”
51:43 – The role of music in Bruce’s life
54:08 – Bruce’s voice in current events
58:34 – Memorable conversations

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