A week after announcing that he would begin offering fans the opportunity to download concerts from his upcoming 'High Hopes' tour, Bruce Springsteen has made a significant addition to the plan. The new model both reduces the price and does away with its most confusing aspect, the USB wristband.
Bruce Springsteen's new album 'High Hopes' has received mixed reviews from critics and fans alike. However, fans all over the world have raved about his appearance last week on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' where he sang a parody of 'Born to Run' about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's traffic scandal.
Given the glut of tribute records released over the past couple of decades, it seems impossible that Jackson Browne hasn't gotten one yet -- but that oversight will be corrected on April 1, when an all-star assemblage of musicians comes together for the double-disc set 'Looking Into You: A Tribute to Jackson Browne.'
'High Hopes' is Bruce Springsteen's most disjointed album, and purposely so. Pulled together from various outtakes, cover songs and re-recordings from the past two decades, Springsteen's 18th album is looser and less structurally sound than anything he's released since becoming a star in the mid '70s. And without something more sturdy to hang his music and lyrics on, 'High Hopes' is somewhat aimless.