Listening to Springsteen’s Latest, ‘Letter to You,’ Feels Like Spending Quality Time With an Old Friend

Like the Boss’s best work, it is both deeply personal and wholly universal

An image of the CD cover of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Letter to You’
Bruce Springsteen’s latest, “Letter to You,” ranks among the top albums of his career. (Photo by the author)

I was fourteen when I discovered Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.

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