Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band to rock Tulsa's BOK Center
Today, as The Boss released his new album, the BOK Center announced that Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band will be playing the Tulsa arena on their 2009 tour.
The band will play the BOK Center April 7, with tickets going on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 7, the venue announced today.
Springsteen’s new album “Working on a Dream” was released today. “Working on a Dream” was recorded with the E Street Band and features 12 new Springsteen compositions plus one bonus track. It is the fourth collaboration between Springsteen and Brendan O’Brien, who produced and mixed the album.
“Towards the end of recording ‘Magic,’ excited by the return to pop production sounds, I continued writing. When my friend producer Brendan O’Brien heard the new songs, he said, ‘Let’s keep going.’ Over the course of the next year, that’s just what we did, recording with the E Street Band during the breaks on last year’s tour. I hope ‘Working on a Dream’ has caught the energy of the band fresh off the road from some of the most exciting shows we’ve ever done. All the songs were written quickly, we usually used one of our first few takes, and we all had a blast making this one from beginning to end,” Springsteen said in the news release.
“Working on a Dream” is Springsteen’s 24th album and was recorded and mixed at Southern Tracks in Atlanta, Ga., with additional recording in New York City, Los Angeles, and New Jersey.
Springsteen recently picked up a Golden Globe for Best Original Song – Motion Picture for “The Wrestler,” from the drama of the same name. The song is included on “Working On A Dream” as a bonus track.
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