Check Out New Music From Springsteen

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(Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

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Rocker [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Bruce Springsteen[/lastfm] is back!!

His new album, Wrecking Ball, comes out March 6th, and Jack FM is celebrating by making the first single, “We Take Care Of Our Own,” our Song of the Day!!

Just don’t ask how we got a copy.

He is perhaps one of the greatest artists of our time.

Known for such classic albums as Born to Run, The River, Born in the U.S.A. and The Rising, Bruce Springsteen has been rocking our world for nearly 40 years.  He has sold over 120 million albums worldwide and has won an astonishing 20 Grammy Awards.  His hits include “Hungry Heart,” “Dancing in the Dark,” “Glory Days,” “Tunnel of Love” and “Streets of Philadelphia.”

On March 6th, the New Jersey native will release his 17th studio album, Wrecking Ball.  Said to be his “angriest album yet,” Wrecking Ball will feature 11 new tracks that touch upon such subjects as economic justice and the current state of America.  The first single, “We Take Care Of Our Own,” is an uptempo rocker reminiscent of the Boss’ Born to Run era.  It debuted at No. 49 and is quickly climbing the Billboard Rock Singles chart.

Also in March, Bruce will be the keynote speaker at Austin’s South by Southwest Music Festival, and on the 18th, he and the E Street Band kick off a U.S. tour in Atlanta.  As of now, no Dallas dates have been announced.

Remember the video for “Dancing in the Dark?”  Yep, that was supposed to be us up on that stage dancing with Bruce.  And to think, we could have been Monica on Friends

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