Best Of Greatest Hits


Published 2024-03-31 06:00

Columbia Records and Sony Music will celebrate the music of Bruce Springsteen with a collection of original songs spanning his storied 50 year recording career, from 1973’s "Greeting From Asbury Park, NJ" to 2020’s "Letter To You". "Best Of Bruce Springsteen" will be available on April 19th, 2024, and will come in physical formats as an 18 track set across 2 LPs or 1 CD, and digitally as an expanded 31 song package.

The collection will span early career favorites like “Growin’ Up” and “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)”, staples of Springsteen’s live shows from “Dancing In The Dark” to “The Rising”, best selling breakouts like “Born To Run” and “Hungry Heart”, as well as recent releases “Hello Sunshine” and “Letter To You”. Here, these career spanning works appear together in 1 set for the 1st time.

"Best Of Bruce Springsteen" arrives with an album cover shot by Eric Meola during the "Born To Run" sessions, as well as new liner notes by Erik Flannigan.

"Best Of Bruce Springsteen" captures a body of work that has earned Springsteen honors and accolades including 20 Grammy Awards, 1 Academy Award, 2 Golden Globes, a special Tony Award, The Presidential Medal Of Freedom, a Kennedy Center Honor and induction into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and Songwriters Hall Of Fame. It has also made Springsteen one of the world’s most in demand artists, topping 140 million records sold across the globe, more than 70 million in the United States alone, and becoming the 1st artist in history with a top 5 album in 6 consecutive decades. Springsteen is also one of only 4 artists to sell more than 20 million concert tickets since 1980, including the highest grossing worldwide tours of 2012 and 2016.

Before the release of "Best Of Bruce Springsteen", he’ll return to the road with The E Street Band later this month, beginning on March 19th in Phoenix, Arizona, for a series of 51 shows across North America and Europe. Continuing their 1st run together since 2016 and 2017, Springsteen & The E Street Band’s recent tour stops have been hailed as 'one of the greatest shows ever' by The Daily Telegraph and 'the greatest show on earth' by Billboard.