INTERVIEW: On Bruce Springsteen's Music in Film and TV [PREVIEW]

While millions claim to be fans of Bruce Springsteen, only an extra-dedicated few have taken the plunge and written an entire book devoted to analyzing the nuances of the Boss' extensive discography. In her debut tome Springsteen as Soundtrack: The Sound of the Boss in Film and Television, Caroline Madden explores how Springsteen's music has been used in a variety of film and television projects to underscore political concerns, character motivations, and settings both temporal and place-based--to name but a few elements.

A writer and scholar who hails from Springsteen's home state of New Jersey, Madden dives deeply into works both well-known (Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia, David Chase's The Sopranos) and more obscure (John Sayles' Baby It's You, Edward Burns' No Looking Back), showing how the Boss' music has inspired and endured across media for decades...

You can read the full interview here!