Bruce Springsteen Releasing 19th Album

The Boss’ 19th album, “Devils & Dust,” will be released Apr. 26, Columbia Records announced Wednesday. Several of the 12 tunes on the disc have origins stretching back a decade, when Springsteen was performing a solo acoustic tour in support of “The Ghost of Tom Joad.”

“I was so excited after playing on that tour, I’d get off the stage and go write,” the New Jersey-born songwriter tells the Associated Press.

“Then I put those songs on the shelf for a while, until I had a chance to revisit them.” And revisit the Boss has; Devils & Dust will be the rocker’s first album of new material since his Grammy-winning 2002 release, The Rising. Brendan O’Brien, who produced The Rising, returned for Devils & Dust.

This time out, Springsteen is leaving the full E Street Band behind. Like the bulk of his 1990s catalog, Springsteen recorded the new disc largely with session musicians in New York and Los Angeles, although a few E Streeters make cameos.

Source: yahoo

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