Bruce Springsteen appears in the newly released live video for “Chinatown” by indie band, Bleachers — featuring fellow New Jerseyan, frontman Jack Antonoff. The track and video were recorded on the roof of New York City's legendary Electric Lady Studios.
Springsteen, along with the E Street Band, will appear on Thursday (December 10th) on NBC's The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, before returning this weekend (December 12th) to serve as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live.
Recently, Bruce Springsteen opened up and shared his thoughts on modern music and the differences between musical genres. He said: “I would like to talk about the one thing that's been consistent over the years, the genesis and power of creativity — the power of the songwriter or let's say just creator. So, whether you're making dance music, Americana, rap music, electonica, it's all about how you're putting what you do together. The elements you're using don't matter. Purity of human expression and experience is not confined to guitars to tubes to turntables to microchips. There is no right way, no pure way of doing it. There's just doing it.”
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