Bruce Springsteen - aka "The Boss" - is one of the most successful American rock musicians ever. Along with his backup band, The E Street Band, he has released 20 studio albums and taken home eight Grammy Awards. He won the 1993 Academy Award for Best Original Song for his heart wrenching song "Streets of Philadelphia" from the film Philadelphia, and was awarded a special Tony Award in 2018 for his musical presentation Springsteen on Broadway, making him only one letter shy of EGOT status.
Springsteen on Broadway originally opened at the Walter Kerr Theatre on October 12, 2017, and played through December 2019. The show reopened at the St. James Theatre on June 26, 2021, for a limited, 30-performance run - the first show back on Broadway after a historic 15-month-long, industry-wide shutdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This sketch by legendary artist Al Hirschfeld features Springsteen doing what he does best - entertaining. It first appeared in the The New York Times on Sunday, May 7, 1995.
This giclée, part of an extremely limited edition, is printed on 15" x 18" hot press paper and has been generously autographed by Springsteen. The edition is numbered, includes the official Hirschfeld Foundation embossed seal and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity directly from the Al Hirschfeld Foundation.
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