The "Born in the U.S.A." inspired image has fans taking to Twitter to share their favorite Bruce songs, lyrics, memorabilia, or celebrate its "boss-ness."
E Street Band Guitarist Nils Lofgren Joining The Celebration
Nils Lofgren has played with Bruce since 1984 and couldn't be happier for The Boss. It's also a great way to plug a new album!
Bruce Springsteen - Letter To You (Official Video)
Didn't know Bruce Springsteen had a new album coming out? Here's the video for his latest single, Letter to You.
For You History and Photography Buffs Out There
Twitter did a really nice job on the #Springsteen hashtag. It’s based on the iconic Annie Leibovitz “Born in the USA” photograph which was used for the 45 single cover and later on a cover for a @RollingStone 80’s retrospective issue. 🎸🎷🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/3cNSZkQ0sY— Tom Fitzgerald (@FitzFox5DC) October 13, 2020
Fox's local D.C. news anchor, Tom Fitzgerald, used the hashtag as an opportunity to break down the historical significance of the iconic "Born In The U.S.A." photo. The photo taken by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz for the cover of Bruce Springsteen's single and later became the essential image of The Boss.
With a new album coming out, a Twitter emoji, and a recent Broadway show that's streaming on Netflix. Bruce continues to prove that there's nothing he can't do. He's just an Emmy short of becoming an EGOT winner, but then again, how many EGOTs can say they have a Twitter emoji?
- Songs You Need On Your July 4th Playlist - Celebrity Page ›
- Bruce Springsteen, Rock Singer, 71 - Celebrity Page ›
- 'Born In The U.S.A.', Bruce Springsteen - Celebrity Page ›