Bruce Springsteen has voiced a new campaign commercial for Joe Biden and lent the former-Vice President the use of his 1984 Born In The U.S.A. evergreen, “My Hometown.”

On “The Boss'” latest episode of his SiriusXM show, From My Home To Yours — which was titled, “Farewell To The Thief,” Springsteen touched upon something that’s hardly ever mentioned about the Trump administration: “There’s no art in this White House. There’s no literature, no poetry, no music. There are no pets in this White House: no loyal man’s best friend, no Socks, the family cat. There are no images of the first family enjoying themselves together in a moment of relaxation: no Obamas on the beach in Hawaii moments, or Bushes fishing in Kennebunkport, no Reagans on horseback, no Kennedys playing touch football on the Cape. Where’d that country go? Where did all the fun, the joy, and the expression of love and happiness go?”

Springsteen went on to say: “We are rudderless and joyless. We have lost the cultural aspects of society that make American great. We have lost our mojo, our fun, our happiness, our cheering on of others — the shared experience of humanity that makes it all worth it. (America) lost so much in so short a time. . . . On November 3rd, vote them out.”


Bruce Springsteen’s recently released album, Letter To You, entered the Billboard 200 albums chart at Number Two. The set has gone to Number One on the Australian, Belgian, Dutch, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, and UK album charts.

CHECK IT OUT: Bruce Springsteen narrating Joe Biden’s Presidential ad “Hometown Joe Biden For President 2020”: