Springsteen Images Go On Show Prior To UK Concert

Springsteen Images Go On Show Prior To UK Concert

A new exhibition of classic [b]Bruce Springsteen[/b] images is to go on show at the end of this month.

Running from October 26 to December 2, [b]Bruce Springsteen: The Boss Revealed[/b] will feature photography by globally renowned rock photographers who have had intimate access throuhout his career.

The portrait collection features personal insights from [b]Terry O'Neill[/b] (picture above), [b]Lynn Goldsmith, Barry Plummer, Adrian Boot[/b] and [b]Jim Marchese[/b] amongst others.

Marchese commented that his trip through Europe with the Bruce and the E Street Band in 1981 was: "One of the most exhilarating assignments of my career. Being asked to take part in this exhibition gives me the chance to share some exciting and intimate moments featuring one of the most amazing artists of our time.”

The exhibition takes place at the central London Proud Gallery to coincide with Springsteen's world tour, his first reunited with the [b]E Street Band[/b] in five years. The tour winds up at London's 02 Arena on December 19.

Full details about the world and european tour are available here.

More details about the Springsteen exhibition are available from the [b]Proud[/b] website here:

Entrance is free.

[b]Pic credit: Terry O'Neill[/b]


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