Bruce Springsteen’s DVD Jukebox

Don’t have the cash to shell out for one of the good seats at a Bruce Springsteen show but still want a good dose of The Boss in your life? Fortunately you can soon get your fix – and the chance to find out exactly what makes Bruce tick – with the upcoming DVD release of “Bruce Springsteen’s DVD Jukebox.”

The 150-minute film, available Oct. 20, takes a detailed look at the artists who have inspired Springsteen’s songwriting, musicianship and performances including Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Woody Guthrie, Johnny Cash, Mitch Ryder, Van Morrison and Pete Seeger. The singer’s literary and political influences are also examined.

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Stade de Suisse Stadium, Berne, Switzerland

The film features rare footage of Springsteen and all of the featured artists. In addition to archive interviews with Springsteen, viewers will hear from former E Street Band member Vini Lopez, Springsteen drummer Gary Mallaber, the legendary Gary (US) Bonds and history Professor and Folk Music expert Ronal D. Cohen.

There are also interviews with writers and historians such as English Professor and author of “It Ain’t No Sin to be Glad You’re Alive: The Promise of Bruce Springsteen” Eric Alterman, former editor-in-chief of Rolling Stone Anthony De Curtis and British music author and Van Morrison biographer Johnny Rogan.

Special features include “Vini Loez on Bruce’s very earliest influences” and “‘Working For The Boss’ with Gary Mallaber.”

The DVD is available for pre-order for $19.99 at

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band are currently touring the U.S. with dates on the books through late November. 

Click here to pre-order the DVD.