Monmouth County Historical Association
70 Court St.
Freehold, New Jersey 07728
Come learn about the musical and cultural meaning and significance of Bruce Springsteen’s five decades of work! Lecture given by Louis Masur from Rutgers University.
This lecture is an excerpt from Professor Masur’s course which examines the musical and cultural meaning and significance of Bruce Springsteen’s five decades of work. Prof. Masur will probe the roots of his rock ‘n’ roll vision, the transformation of his work over time, and the broader themes that he has addressed as he morphed from a young punk on the streets to a rocker facing the darkness of fame to a misunderstood symbol of America gone awry to an activist who in late middle age sought to make America live up to its promises.
Tickets include an entrance to the museum so come on in early to look through the Springsteen: His Hometown Exhibit.
If you’d like to ONLY attend the lecture and skip the exhibit, enter coupon code 𝗟𝗘𝗖𝗧𝗨𝗥𝗘𝟭𝟵 at checkout to attend for $5!