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Bruce Springsteen Opens Up About Identity & Still Feeling Unsure About Who He Is

Bruce Springsteen is on the cover of Esquire‘s Winter 2018 issue, out now.

Here’s what the iconic “Born To Run” singer-songwriter had to say…

On the purpose of his one-man show, Springsteen on Broadway: “DNA is a big part of what the show is about: turning yourself into a free agent. Or, as much as you can, into an adult, for lack of a better word. It’s a coming-of-age story, and I want to show how this— one’s coming of age—has to be earned. It’s not given to anyone.”

On President Trump: “[He] has no interest in uniting the country and actually has an interest in doing the opposite and dividing us, which he does on an almost daily basis. That’s simply a crime against humanity, as far as I’m concerned. It’s an awful, awful message to send out into the world. You are intentionally trying to disenfranchise a large portion of Americans. That’s unforgivable. These are folks who are invested in denying the idea of a united America and an America for all. It’s a critical moment. It’s a scary moment for any conscientious American, I think.”

On still feeling unsure about who he is:Bruce F-g Springsteen is a creation. So it’s somewhat liquid — even though at this point you would imagine I have it pretty nailed down. Identity is a slippery thing no matter how long you’ve been at it. At the end of the day, identity is a construct we build to make ourselves feel at ease and at peace and reasonably stable in the world. But being is not a construct. Being is just being. In being, there’s a whole variety of wild and untamed things that remain in us. You bump into those in the night, and you can scare yourself.”

For more from Bruce, head to Esquire.com.

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Hugh Jackman & Bruce Springsteen Team Up for Grand Re-Opening of Asbury Lanes

Hugh Jackman and Bruce Springsteen strike a pose at the Grand Re-Opening of Asbury Lanes!

The 49-year-old The Greatest Showman actor and the 68-year-old “Streets of Philadelphia” singer stepped out for the event held at Asbury Lanes on Monday (June 18) in Asbury Park, N.J.

Bruce and Tangiers Blues Band took the stage for an energetic performance to celebrate the newly renovated music venue and bowling alley.

You can watch a video of the performance here!

The day before, Hugh took to Instagram to wish his dad a Happy Father’s Day with a sweet post. Check it out below!

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Neil Patrick Harris Criticizes Bruce Springsteen's Tony Awards 2018 Win

Neil Patrick Harris wasn’t holding back while live-tweeting the 2018 Tony Awards!

Following a diss about Rachel Bloom‘s backstage performances, the 44-year-old former How I Met Your Mother star also shared his thoughts about Bruce Springsteen winning the American Theatre Wing’s Special Tony Award for Springsteen on Broadway.

“How was @thealexnewell not nominated for a Tony? @springsteen won, and he uses teleprompters. I don’t get the logic… #livetweetingtheTonys,” he wrote.

When a fan expressed her thoughts about the 68-year-old music icon’s performance, Neil went further: “Seriously? Miking Actors isn’t because they can’t project, it’s for creating a proper sound mix. Using a teleprompter is just not being willing to memorize your lines. The director should have said something. Oh wait.”

See the tweets below.


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Bruce Springsteen is Joined By Wife Patti at Tony Awards 2018!

Bruce Springsteen hits the red carpet with wife Patti Scialfa for the 2018 Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday (June 10) in New York City.

The 68-year-old entertainer looked handsome in an all black tux while his wife wore a chic white dress for the awards show.

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During the awards show, Bruce will be honored with the 2018 Special Tony Award for his career in music.

Make sure to watch the Tonys, hosted by Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban, TONIGHT at 8/7c on CBS.

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Bruce Springsteen Extends Broadway Run with Additional 81 Shows!

Bruce Springsteen‘s Springsteen on Broadway has added a additional 81 shows!

The new shows will take place between July 10 and December 15, marking the third time the show has been extended since it kicked off its original 8 week run.

The new show dates will go on sale on Wednesday, March 28th at 11am ET. Tickets sell out quick so be sure to grab yours when they’re available! Tickets are only available through Ticketmaster Verified Fan.

The show originally began previews back on October 3rd, 2017. With the extension, Bruce will have performed 236 total shows at the end of December.