With the Top Two success of his latest album, Letter To You, Bruce Springsteen has actually made history. Forbes reported that according to Billboard calculations, “The Boss” is the first artist to chart an album in the Top Five of the magazine’s Billboard 200 albums chart for the past six decades.
According to Billboard, “(Springsteen) had two Top Five releases in the 1970’s, five in the 1980’s, three in the 1990’s, six in the 2000’s, four in the 2010’s and now one in the 2020’s — though he still has nearly 9 years to add another top album to this decade’s count.”
- Bruce Springsteen’s latest album with the E Street Band, Letter To You, is his 20th studio album, was recorded at his home studio in New Jersey, and once again co-produced with Ron Aniello.
- The set’s release coincides with the 40th anniversary of “The Boss'” classic double album The River — which was released on October 17th, 1980.
- Letter To You includes nine recently written Springsteen songs — alongside new recordings of three of his legendary — but previously unreleased — compositions from the early-1970’s: “Janey Needs A Shooter,” “Song For The Orphans,” and the iconic “If I Was The Priest.”
CHECK IT OUT: Bruce Springsteen’s 1987 video for “Brilliant Disguise”: