We wrap up Bruce Week with an examination of Springsteen’s 1984 super-megahit album “Born in the USA.” With special guests Intern Sam Lisker and Mike Snider.
Day 4 of Bruce Week. Explore the stark sounds of 1982’s “Nebraska.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
Day 3 of Bruce Week. We explore 1980’s glorious double album “The River.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
It’s Bruce Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs. Five days, five classic albums, leading up to the release of Springsteen’s latest album, “Western Stars.” We start with the breakthrough record, 1975’s “Born to Run.”
Guest host Jesse Jackson (of the Set Lusting Bruce podcast) is joined by Justin Steiner and Scott Parks of Valparaiso IN to discuss some favorite covers of Bruce Springsteen songs. Featuring music by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, Neil Young and The Band.
Guest hosts Brett Motiff and Mike Snider discuss recent shows they’ve attended, including Springsteen on Broadway, U2, Jack White (with opening band Radkey) and Van Morrison.
Guest host Jesse Jackson — normally of “Set Lusting Bruce” — invites his wife, Linda, to talk about their vacations to Kentucky bourbon country and their complicated relationship with the music of Bruce Springsteen.
More Jesse Jackson as guest host of “Rockin’ the Suburbs.” Normally, he hosts “Set Lusting Bruce.” And Tom Neuerburg joins to tell his Bruce Springsteen travel story.
Jim & Patrick take a summer vacation. Jesse Jackson of “Set Lusting Bruce” is filling in all week. On today’s episode, he talks with Peter Chianca of “Blogness on the Edge of Town” about Bruce Springsteen’s “Darkness on the Edge of Town,” which is celebrating its 40th anniversary.