Bruce Springsteen was born on September 23, 1949, in New Jersey. He is a singer and a songwriter. Springsteen is mostly known for such hits as “Dancing in the Dark”, “Streets of Philadelphia”, and “Born in the USA”. He holds numerous awards, including 20 Grammies and 2 Golden Globes.
Bruce Springsteen grew up in a middle-class family in New Jersey. He started playing the guitar when he was still in middle school. After finishing high school, Bruce moved to New York in search of success. He didn’t manage to achieve what he was looking for and returned to New Jersey. At home, Springsteen joined several groups, such as Rogues and Dr. Zoom and Sonic Boom. After a while, Bruce formed his own band E-Street Band. He played with them until 1989.
In 1973, Bruce released two hit albums Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.and The Wild the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle, which were later certified platinum twice. It was a jump start of his impressive music career. Since then Springsteen sold millions of albums and conquered the hearts of millions of fans all over the globe. When Bruce was just thirtysomething, he became a rock and roll legend.