Find out how legendary musician Bruce Springsteen earned his monicker. There's only one Boss; his story is revealed here.
Bruce Springsteen is a platinum-shifting, stadium-filling rock star, but he is also more nuanced than that. He is a man of the people, making conventional-and-proud-of-it rock music aimed at the American working class.
A supreme songwriter, Springsteen is a rock 'n' roll legend, and this lavishly illustrated book is an examination of his life and music. A comprehensive overview of a fascinating and unique artist, Boss: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - The Illustrated History is a tribute to Springsteen's body of work, from the rock anthem "Born to Run" to his sepia-toned analysis of working-class misery, "The River." There's Springsteen's gnarly, Bonnie and Clyde-style tableaux "Atlantic City," as well as his debunking of guys' yearnings for youthful "Glory Days." Throughout it all, Springsteen has demonstrated that he knows how to create a classic track. Find out once and for all why his nickname is The Boss.