Bruce Springsteen Kicks Off New Album Listening Party With 'Easy Money'
Roughly a month before the release of his new album "Wrecking Ball", Bruce Springsteen is generously holding an online listening party for his fans. He kicks it off by streaming "Easy Money", his second track in the album, on Backstreets.
"You put on your red dress for me tonight honey/ We're going on the town now looking for easy money," the Boss croons in his signature raspy voice. "There's nothing to admit sir, you wont hear a sound/ When your whole world comes tumbling down."
The listening party will continue with "Shackled and Drawn" that will be streamed on February 21. "Jack of All Trades", "Death to My Hometown", and "This Depression" follow on the next days. "We Are Alive" will wrap it up on March 2, four days before the album comes out in the United States.
A tour to support the effort will kick off March 18 in Atlanta. Springsteen and The E Street Band have recruited Jake to replace his late uncle, Clarence Clemons, during the jaunt.
- Feb 21: "Shackled and Drawn" at rollingstone.com
- Feb 22: "Jack of All Trades"
- Feb. 23: "Death to My Hometown"
- Feb. 24: "This Depression"
- Feb. 27: "Wrecking Ball"
- Feb. 28: "You've Got It"
- Feb. 29: "Rocky Ground"
- Mar 01: "Land of Hope and Dreams"
- Mar 02: "We Are Alive"
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