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& Center for
American Music

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The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music preserves the legacy of Bruce Springsteen and celebrates the history of American music and its diversity of artists and genres.

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New Announcement

GRAMMY Museum® and The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center For American Music Present BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN LIVE!

For nearly half a century, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have exemplified the crowd-pleasing, soul-shaking, energy-exploding excitement of rock and roll onstage. From an intimate look into Springsteen’s creative process to shedding light on how he became – and remains – one of the greatest live performers in rock and roll history, the GRAMMY Museum®’s Bruce Springsteen Live! explores the evolution of Springsteen through the decades and grants exclusive backstage access to Springsteen and the E Street Band’s legendary performances.


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Artifact of the Month — December, 2022

Song Request Signs

One concert experience that’s increased over the last decade are the song request signs that devoted fans lovingly create and bring along to shows in hopes that their favorite tunes will make it to the concert song list. Often these wishful suggestions can make for unforgettable performances.


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Upcoming Event

50th Anniversary, Greetings From Asbury Park Symposium at Monmouth U.

Due to an overwhelming demand for tickets, we will be moving to a larger theatre on campus and putting additional tickets on sale Monday, Dec. 5.

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The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at Monmouth University will present a symposium on Saturday, January 7, 2023 that celebrates the release of Springsteen’s debut album a half century ago.   Titled The 50th Anniversary: 50th Anniversary, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J, the day-long symposium will include panel discussions, interviews, a book signing, and a special performance of the songs on the album.

Among the guests participating in the symposium will be original E Street Band members Garry Tallent, David Sancious, and Vini Lopez, along with former Springsteen manager Mike Appel.


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