Bruce Springsteen fans are absolutely raving about his new Netflix special 1 year ago

Bruce Springsteen fans are absolutely raving about his new Netflix special

'The most powerful performance I've ever seen Bruce give."

Anyone that has ever seen Bruce Springsteen perform will know that a large part of his wonderful talent is the fact that he's playing alongside the heart-stopping, pants-dropping, hard-rocking, booty-shaking, love-making, earth-quaking, Viagra-taking, justifying, death-defying, legendary....E Street Band!

Granted, before he started to play in 80,000 seater stadiums, The Boss had already honed his craft playing the boardwalks of New Jersey, countless dive bars, prisons, mental hospitals and everywhere else - a point that he mentions in Springsteen on Broadway - but if you've never seen Springsteen perform without Steven Van Zandt, Garry Tallent, and the dearly missed saxophonist Clarence Clemons, Springsteen on Broadway is just the thing for you.

As stated in our review, the Netflix special is essential for fans of The Boss because every single song and performance is elevated by his wonderful ability to tell a story and make the audience feel like they're an integral part of the show.

Taking the same narrative approach as his fantastic autobiography Born to Run, the show is a tribute to Springsteen's career as the audience is privy to every single aspect of his life.

Without giving too much away, we hear about his childhood, his father's propensity to drink, the love he has for his mother, the salvation that he found in music, and how he hustled, begged, worked, and lied to get out of Freehold, New Jersey.

All this before before he grabbed the world's attention with his debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J!

Funny, self-deprecating, and incredibly powerful, this is a timely reminder of a truly world class artist at the peak of his powers.

These people agree.

In fact, some fans have even hailed Springsteen on Broadway as 'the most powerful performance I've ever seen Bruce give.'

Now that's some praise.

Even people that aren't massive fans of The Boss have been won over by the Netflix special.

Trust us, you'll feel like you're born to run to your nearest TV just to watch it.