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A Bruce Springsteen documentary will stream on Disney+ in the UK

A Bruce Springsteen documentary will stream on Disney+ in the UK

A unique look at Bruce & Co.

Author: Scott ColothanPosted 10 hours ago

A new documentary about Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band's preparations for their 2023/2024 world tour will premiere on Disney+ in the UK later this year.

Titled Road Diary: Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band, the feature-length documentary will be available to watch on a yet-to-be-confirmed date in October.

The film is directed by Tom Zimny, a longtime collaborator of Bruce Springsteen (Springsteen on Broadway, Willie Nelson). & Family, Sly), produced by Zimny, Jon Landau, Springsteen, Adrian Girard, and Sean Stewart.

The synopsis reads: “The film begins with a unique look at the band's preparation process, following them from their first rehearsals in Red Bank, New Jersey to performances attended by tens of thousands across the continents.” All the while, fans get the chance to experience professionally filmed footage from the 2023-2024 tour for the first time ever — plus hear directly from band members about performing on stage with Springsteen and how they keep the E Street Band magic alive. Strong as ever.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

He continues: “Springsteen and The E Street Band provide their most in-depth look ever into the creation of their legendary live shows in a new documentary featuring unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to their 2023-2024 world tour.”

Road Diaries: Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band opens a new door to Springsteen's creative process for fans around the world, sharing snapshots of the band's rehearsals and special behind-the-scenes moments — plus hear from Springsteen himself. These conversations closely follow Springsteen as he develops the story that He wants to tell it through this tour's setlist – which is interspersed with rare archival clips of the E Street Band, underscoring themes of life, loss, mortality and community.

“In this way, it serves as an unprecedented, essential chapter in a biographical lineage that includes Springsteen’s memoirs Born to Run, Springsteen on Broadway, and the Western films Stars and Letter to You.”

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band play Cork band Páirc Uí Chaoimh tomorrow (May 16) before wrapping up their Irish tour at Dublin Croke Park on Sunday, May 19.

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After winning in Cardiff on the first weekend of the May break, Bruce and co. They will be played at Sunderland's Stadium of Light on Wednesday, May 22 and at Wembley Stadium in London on Thursday, July 25.

Childhood homes of rock celebrities, including Bruce Springsteen:

Joe Elliott's childhood home

Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott was born and raised at 61 Crookes Road in Sheffield. Ahead of Def Leppard's homecoming concerts at The Leadmill and Bramall Lane in May 2023, Joe visited the property. He wrote: “The house where I was born and raised and where I met Sav & Tony Kenning is the same time in that room upstairs that you can see above me…. sigh…. memories!!”

Ozzy Osbourne's childhood home

Ozzy Osbourne, one of six children, spent his formative years in this small two-bedroom house on Lodge Road in Aston. “I've been back to this house many times over the years and I can't believe there were eight of us living in a two-and-a-half-bedroom house,” Ozzie told the Huffington Post in 2014. “It's tiny.” I have bigger closets in my house.”

John Lennon's childhood home

Now a beautifully restored Grade II listed building preserved by the National Trust, John Lennon lived at 251 Menlove Street in Liverpool with his aunt Mimi from 1945 to 1963. He appeared on the cover of the Oasis single “Live Forever” In 1994 and in 2000. It was decorated with an English Heritage blue plaque.

Paul McCartney's childhood home

Sir Paul McCartney's childhood home at 20 Forthlin Road in Allerton, South Liverpool. It became a listed building in 2012 and is owned by the National Trust. The Trust markets the house as the “Birthplace of the Beatles” because it was where McCartney and Lennon wrote the Beatles' earliest songs.

Ringo Starr's childhood home

Ringo Starr (aka Richard Starkey) spent his very early childhood years in a terraced house on Madryn Street in Liverpool, but moved to a two-storey house below 10 Admiral Grove in Dingle when he was three years old with his mother Elsie when his parents divorced. . He lived there for the next twenty years. Pictured is 10 Admiral Grove in 1964.

David Bowie's childhood home

40 Stansfield Road in Brixton is where young David Jones – also known as David Bowie – lived until he was six years old. The house became a shrine to Bowie when the music legend died in January 2016.

Kurt Cobain's childhood home

Kurt Cobain's childhood home in Aberdeen, Washington. Nirvana fan Lee Bacon bought the house in 2018 for $225,000 (about £170,000) and told Rolling Stone: “My goal is to preserve it and restore it for my generation and my children.”

Kurt Cobain's childhood home

Kurt Cobain's Led Zeppelin graffiti is still on the walls in his attic bedroom.

Little Richard's childhood home

The late rock and roll pioneer grew up alongside his eleven siblings in this detached house in the Pleasant Hill neighborhood of Macon, Georgia in the 1930s and 1940s. Now called the Little Richard Resource Centre, it is now open to the public and hosts a number of community events.

Bruce Springsteen's childhood home

Bruce Springsteen grew up in this house at 39 1/2 Institute Street in Freehold, New Jersey from 1955 to 1962. While living in this house when he was 7 years old in 1956, Springsteen saw Elvis Presley on The Ed Sullivan Show and decided that he He wanted to be a musician himself.

Johnny Cash's childhood home

Meticulously restored in 2014 thanks to funding from Arkansas State University, Johnny Cash's childhood home is located in the small town of Dyess, Arkansas.

Jim Morrison's childhood home

Jim Morrison's home in Albuquerque, New Mexico is where he lived as a teenager while his father worked at nearby Kirtland Air Force Base.

Bono's childhood home

Paul “Bono” Hewson's parents bought this house on Cedarwood Road in Dublin seven weeks after his birth in 1960 and he spent his entire childhood here. U2's song “Cedarwood Road” from their 2014 album “Songs of Innocence” is a nostalgic musical celebration of Bono's childhood home.

Lars Ulrich's childhood home

Lars Ulrich lived in this uniquely designed estate in Hellerup, Denmark with his family until he moved to America when he was 17 years old.

Mick Jagger's childhood home

Sir Mick Jagger grew up in this semi-detached house in Dartford, Kent. His future teammate Keith Richards lived nearby.

Keith Richards' childhood home

Keith Richards spent the first six years of his life living in this two-bedroom flat above a flower shop in Dartford, Kent.

Axl Rose's childhood home

Axl Rose lived in this modest house in Lafayette, Indiana from 1962 to 1982 before moving to Los Angeles in his early twenties.

Marc Bolan's childhood home

The young Mark Field (Marc Bolan) lived at this listed estate on Stoke Newington Common, London from his birth in 1947 until the age of 15 in 1962. In 2005, the London Borough of Hackney honored Bolan with a plaque outside the estate.

Elvis Presley's childhood home

The modest two-bedroom house in Tupelo, Mississippi, where the King himself, Elvis Presley, was born on January 8, 1935. It was built by his father, Vernon, after he successfully secured a $180 loan.

Jon Bon Jovi's childhood home

John Francis Bongiovi Jr.'s childhood home in Sayreville, New Jersey. Surprisingly, MTV bought the house in 1989 and gave it away in a competition. Jon Bon Jovi was reportedly “furious” over the publicity campaign and the contest winner quickly sold the property.

Noel and William Gallagher's childhood home

Shortly after Liam's birth, the Gallaghers moved to Ashby Street and then to Cranwell Street in Burnage (pictured). With a violent, alcoholic father, Noel and his siblings had an unhappy childhood before mother Peggy Thomas left in 1982 with her three children.

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