Bruce Springsteen's Revelation About His Health Shocks The Music World


Nicknamed “The Boss”, Bruce Springsteen is widely known for his brand of poetic lyrics, Americana, working class and sometimes political sentiments. His distinctive voice and his lengthy and energetic stage performances have entertained audiences from the 1970s to the present decade.

Now, iconic rock star has bravely opened up about his mental health, revealing his struggle with depression in a new memoir ‘Born To Run’.

Bruce Springsteen. Image: Imgur

The 66-year-old singer detailed his fight with mental health and how he came to be plagued by depression in recent years.

During a recent interview with Vanity Fair ahead of the book’s release on September 27, The Boss explained how he had previously seen his father battling with the illness.

“You don’t know the illness’s parameters,” he said. “Can I get sick enough to where I become a lot more like my father than I thought I might?”

“I was crushed between sixty and sixty-two, good for a year and out again from sixty-three to sixty-four,” the legendary musician explains.

Bruce Springsteen. Image: Imgur

But he has praised the support of wife, and fellow E Street Band member, Patti Scialfa, who helped the star through his darkest days.

He said: “Patti will observe a freight train bearing down, loaded with nitroglycerin and running quickly out of track… she gets me to the doctors and says, ‘This man needs a pill’.”

Bruce’s autobiography is released on September 27.

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