#SPOTTED: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN IN TORONTO FOR MEMOIR “BORN TO RUN”
Rock icon Bruce Springsteen was in Toronto today for a super-rare appearance, treating 600 fans to chance to meet him at Indigo Manulife Centre in celebration of his new memoir, BORN TO RUN.
Released in September, the book recalls his journey as an aspiring musician after seeing Elvis perform on the Ed Sullivan Show. Springsteen, known best for the book’s titular hit, Born in the U.S.A., I’m on Fire, Dancing in the Dark and Glory Days, began writing the Memoir after his appearance with the E Street Band at then 2009 Super Bowl Halftime Show. It is said to be personal, philosophical, funny and enlightening like his Music.
Despite being scheduled to appear at 1 PM, he arrived an hour early for Fans who snatched up tickets to the event, selling out in minutes a few days ago.
See some Snaps:
More on BORN TO RUN here.
(Photo credit: Mr. Will Wong)