When the Bruce Springsteen episode of the VH1 series Storytellers first ran on the cable network on April 23, 2005, it was a one-hour show, which meant that, minus commercials, the elapsed time couldn't have been much more than 45 minutes, if that. This DVD version runs about 99 minutes, plus a 15-minute question-and-answer session, so it expands the program considerably.
Tracks is a four-disc box set by Bruce Springsteen, released in 1998 containing 66 songs. This box set mostly consists of d songs recorded during the sessions for his many albums, but also includes a number of single B-sides, as well as demos and alternate versions of already-released material. The project began in early 1998, when Springsteen and his chief recording engineer, Toby Scott, began going through his massive collection of unreleased songs
Musician Bruce Springsteen treats fans to an intimate performance as he performs songs from his album Devils & Dust as well as his classics. This acoustic show follows in the Storytellers format and include questions from fans as well as a new interview with Springsteen about his new album and the stories behind the songs.
VH1 Storytellers is a concert and discussion DVD by Bruce Springsteen, expanded from the airing of an episode of the VH1 television series VH1 Storytellers on April 23, 2005 Tied into promotion for his album Devils & Dust at the time, it was released in video form half a year later . "Bruce Springsteen – VH1 Storytellers DVD" Ultratop in French Hung Medien Retrieved March 16, 2013. "Musik DVD Top-10" Hitlistennu in Danish IFPI Denmark Retrieved March 16, 2013. "DVD Music Top 30" GfK Dutch Charts Hung Medien Retrieved March 16, 2013.
Bruce Springsteen – VH1 Storytellers. Label: Columbia – 88697286589. The stunning solo performance is nearly two hours long and feature a total of 8 complete Springsteen songs including "Devils & Dust" and "Jesus Was An Only Son" from his recent acclaimed album "Devils & Dust".
On February 8th, 2013, Bruce Springsteen was honored as the 2013 MusiCares Person Of The Year. MusiCares was established in 1989 by the Recording Academy to provide a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need, through innovative programs and services.