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After 14 months, performances with no understudy in sight, and a Special Tony Award, Bruce Springsteen leaves behind as he's noted from the stage the only five-days-a-week job he's ever held.
With today's release of the Springsteen on Broadway soundtrack, this is by far the quickest Columbia Records has ever followed up a Springsteen live venture with a corresponding document. And over the weekend, Thom Zimny's snout-to-tail Springsteen on Broadway film will have a similar global reach, bowing on Netflix December 16, where it will stream for the foreseeable future. Even if you couldn't experience your own Incident on 48th Street, frequent visitors to this site probably have a decent sense of Springsteen on Broadway, its nuts and bolts.
Inspired by Springsteen's Born to Run memoir and further by a private, summational farewell show at the White House in the final days of the Obama administrationSpringsteen on Broadway is less of a concert than a soliloquy with piano and guitar.
It's a theatrical performance befitting the Great White Way. It's an intimate night with one of music's most larger-than-life figures, a stadium performer inviting you into his living room. It's a showcase for the showman's multitude of talents, from storytelling to rocking and rolling, song arranging, and comedic styling.
It's an acoustic show. It's a dark ride. It's a revealing, autobiographical recontextualization of some of Springsteen's most well-known and well-loved songs, tracing a path from boyhood to manhood, or from innocence to experience, or from a narrow scope of vision to a broad one, or all of the above. It's the better part of a grand, depending on when and how you procured your tickets. Or at least, it was. Souza's work has been collected in such recent books as the irreverent Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents and the more reverent Obama: You may know him from his vaunted Twitter and Instagram feeds.
You may not have known that he's a major Springsteen fan. Or, if you've been reading Backstreets for long enough, you're probably aware of that, too. Celebrating 40 Years of Darkness on the Edge of Town.
Bob Zimmerman — a longtime Backstreets contributor specializing in photography, who has also interviewed Lynn Goldsmith, Frank Stefanko, and Eric Meola for us — sat down with Souza for an in-depth conversation. We'll be running the complete interview in the next issue of Backstreets magazine.
That issue, 92, is something we've been foretelling for far too long In this excerpt, Pete and Bob talk about the Reagan era, when Michael Jackson wore one glove and Bruce Springsteen was pretty sure Nebraska wasn't the President's favorite album.
I think everyone knows of your work those eight years with Obama, but in doing research on your career, I was blown away by your photographs of Ronald Reagan.Let's Meet By The River
I may have known but probably forgot that you had served in the Reagan White House as a photographer for three years? Okay, so how did that come about? So that was one of those flukey things where it was a Kansas connection, actually.
Someone I knew who had been a former photo editor in Kansas City continued to follow my career and then became the photo editor at the White House. And inthey had an opening to work under the Chief Photographer. And that was… Michael Evans. She called me up and said, "You might want to apply for this job. I had only been there for a year and a half, things were going really well, and this kind of threw me for a loop. I mean, I wasn't a fan of Reagan.
But I thought to myself, well, when am I ever going to have this chance to do this? And you talk about photographers wanting to document history So that's how that job came about. And it's understandable that people may not know me from that.
It was a long time ago, and I was kind of an unknown photographer. And there was no such thing as the Internet or Instagram or Twitter, so people wouldn't have necessarily been familiar with my photos as much as they are with the Obama photos, because that was just a different era.
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Some of the interesting things you witnessed with Reagan — I'm sure you witnessed a lot of interesting things, but from a pop culture perspective, you took that really great photo of The Reagans and Michael Jackson. Looking like he's a part of the wallpaper.
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To go back to that time It was or ' And of course there was a lot of excitement that Michael Jackson was coming to the White House. He was being honored for this drunk driving awareness campaign that he was the spokesperson for, or something like that.
And this is in the days when he was wearing the white glove and the sequined blue uniform. Of course the staff had been told not to bring their kids, and of course they all brought their kids.
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So they were parading them in the Diplomatic Room, the Reception Room, to try to get a picture with Michael Jackson, and he ended up freaking out. And he went and hid in the men's room for like an hour. Because it was like, too much was happening. And so this picture you refer to was taken just before he and the Reagans walked out to the South Lawn for the formal event.
The President and Mrs Reagan were exchanging But Michael Jackson's like the bystander in the middle. And if you look at the two-dimensional photo, it looks like he's a part of the wallpaper. During your five years as a Reagan White House photographer, you were there in September when President Reagan, on a campaign stop in New Jersey, said, "America's future rests in a thousand dreams inside your hearts.
It rests in the message of hope in songs so many young Americans admire: New Jersey's own Bruce Springsteen. And helping you make those dreams come true is what this job of mine is all about. I didn't make every trip with Reagan like I did with President Obama. So I was actually not on that trip. But I was absolutely mortified when I heard what Reagan had said. Clearly, Reagan didn't know what "Born in the U. I remember hearing about Springsteen reacting the next night, and I thought to myself, right on!
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I thought they should know and might not have heard about the speech. She messaged me back saying that they indeed didn't know, and by sheer coincidence Bruce had opened with "Badlands" the same night. I mean, I learned a lot. Because I didn't have the same kind of access during Reagan — I wasn't the Chief Photographer then — I learned how you deal with people that powerful.
And the fact of the matter is, they're just people like anybody else.
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Because of that, and the life experiences I had between leaving the White House the first time and coming back 20 years later I knew him pretty well.
Because I had been working for the Chicago Tribune and had gone on a couple trips with him, and so we had already established this professional relationship. He sort of knew about me. He knew how I worked. So I felt very confident going in that I could do this job as good as, if not better than, anybody had in the past. I set my goals really high. I wanted to create the best photographic archive that had ever been done on a President. And I thought the circumstances were exactly right.
I knew this guy, he understood the value of what I was doing, plus I knew how the White House worked. And I knew how powerful people sometimes reacted to things, and I knew how to deal with that in a way that no one would thwart my access. So it was just like all the stars aligned. Thanks to Pete's fandom and generosity, we have another 25 copies of the signed, Deluxe Edition of Obama: An Intimate Portrait to offer Backstreet Records customers — each with an additional 8x10" bonus print, also signed by Pete just for us, of Springsteen and Obama meeting at the White House, seen above.
A Backstreets exclusive, all at the book's original retail price. Aisles and aisles of dreams await you One of the frustrating things about this crazy ol' modern world is that, despite the major label release of the soundtrack, you might be hard-pressed to find a physical copy, considering the fate of so many record stores. They just arrived here at HQ, just in time, and they look beautiful — first look, at right! Thanks, All American Pewter! And thanks to Sony, Live Nation, and the Springsteen organization for giving us something special to go along with this new release.
A pin will also ship with each pre-ordered copy of the Springsteen on Broadway 4LP vinylnow scheduled for January Earlier this year, TBS announced that Conan would be swithcing to a half-hour format, with the last hour-long episode airing in October. When the show returns in Januarynot only will it be a half-hour shorter, it will be leaving the musical element of the show behind.
But all is not lost. LaBamba's Hubcaps aren't falling off, and the Luvman woud never be so callous as to just leave, right? In fact, many of these players are getting back together for a holiday show, just ten days away. LaBamba tells Backstreets, "Twenty-five years was a hell of a run Click here for details on the auction, each of its available items, and how to place your bids.
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