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This content was published on Sep 14, 2021 – 4:59 PM

New York, September 14 (EFE). Beginning October 1, the Museum of New Jersey will display an unpublished sample of instruments, touring materials, and other objects intended to provide an “intimate insight” into the process of creating one of the greatest rock performers of all time, Bruce Springsteen.

The Grammy Museum, which reopened Thursday after months of closure due to the pandemic, revealed in a statement that it will host Fender’s modified guitar that appeared on the cover of his groundbreaking album “Born to Run”, and Clarence Clemons saxophone (which “Boss” accompanied for 40 years), and the clothes and accessories he used during his tours or the unreleased behind-the-scenes recordings during one of his concerts.

The show, titled “Bruce Springsteen Live!”, arrives. , to the artist’s home to coincide with the 35th anniversary of his first live album, and will remain there until March 20, 2022, before moving to the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles from September. .

He said, “Few artists embody the soul and passion of rock ‘n’ roll live like Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. This show is sure to thrill audiences until they see Springsteen in concert again, hopefully soon.” Director and founder of the museum, Robert Santelli.

The gallery has collaborated with the Bruce Sprinsteen Archive, which has 35,000 pieces associated with “Boss” collected in 47 countries and serves as a repository of his works and photographs, and the Center for American Music at Monmouth University. EFE

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