News | Entertainment
25 Nov 2020 4:05
NZCity News
NZCity CalculatorReturn to NZCity

  • Start Page
  • Personalise
  • Sport
  • Weather
  • Finance
  • Shopping
  • Jobs
  • Horoscopes
  • Lotto Results
  • Photo Gallery
  • Site Gallery
  • TVNow
  • Dating
  • SearchNZ
  • NZSearch
  • Crime.co.nz
  • RugbyLeague
  • Make Home
  • About NZCity
  • Contact NZCity
  • Your Privacy
  • Advertising
  • Login
  • Join for Free

  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Bruce Springsteen feels like he's at the "middle" of his life

    The 71-year-old singer is "feeling good" about his age and wants to reflect that within his music


    He said: "Life is short but long. So obviously the older you get the shorter it seems, so I feel, hey, I'm just in the middle of it. I'm feeling good and the band is ripping and we're going through this crazy time period, but we're keeping our spirit and given the circumstances of the day we're getting along. So that triumvirate of family, that family work dynamic is always the trickiest thing to suss us out. It took me a long time, for me to get that straight and that's even with my family or mixed directly in with the band is Patti's a band member. If you can balance those two things, it leads for a pretty satisfying life. And I've been lucky enough to sort that through as I've gotten older. We always wanted to make music that followed our lives along. I said, I didn't want to find myself as 40 years old on stage sort of feeling funny about singing a song that I wrote when I was 20, where I was trying to hold onto some ephemeral sense of use."

    And the 'I'm On Fire' singer has been quarantining at home amidst the coronavirus pandemic and is taking it "a day at a time".

    Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, he added: "I'm like everybody else, man. I'm like everybody else. I've been taking it a day at a time and that's all you can do really. I haven't had any particular secret as how deal with the whole thing. Just Patti and I were, we literally just been taking it a day at a time, doing what we can. We were lucky in that we made our record and shot the film with it a few months before the virus hits, so I had something to do and I could do it with a relatively small group of people. That helped a lot. I've been able to stay busy, which has helped, but it's just been a day at a time like everybody else. I don't have any great wisdom as to how to get through whatever this is that we've been going through."

    © 2020 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


     Other Entertainment News
     24 Nov: Naomi Campbell confronted Jack Whitehall after he made a joke about her relationship with Liam Payne
     24 Nov: Diddy once spent a "life-changing summer" with the Amish
     24 Nov: Marianne Faithfull is still suffering from memory and lung problems, six months after battling coronavirus
     24 Nov: Kelly Brook had “severe anxiety” at the start of lockdown
     24 Nov: Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are moving out of their UK home so Princess Eugenie can move in
     24 Nov: Cameron Diaz sees cooking as her "love language"
     24 Nov: Sheridan Smith found it tough having "no help" with a new baby in lockdown
     Top Stories

    RUGBY RUGBY
    Beauden Barrett will essentially begin his Japanese sabbatical once fulltime is blown in Saturday's final All Blacks test of the year against Argentina More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    Steven Adams has signed a contract extension as part of his move across NBA franchises More...



     Today's News

    International:
    Eureka Prizes reward research that pumps up the amount of energy we can get from sewage 22:47

    Cricket:
    Ross Taylor envisions himself playing at the 2023 Cricket World Cup 21:57

    Entertainment:
    Naomi Campbell confronted Jack Whitehall after he made a joke about her relationship with Liam Payne 21:44

    Rugby:
    Beauden Barrett will essentially begin his Japanese sabbatical once fulltime is blown in Saturday's final All Blacks test of the year against Argentina 21:17

    Entertainment:
    Diddy once spent a "life-changing summer" with the Amish 21:14

    Entertainment:
    Marianne Faithfull is still suffering from memory and lung problems, six months after battling coronavirus 20:44

    Entertainment:
    Kelly Brook had “severe anxiety” at the start of lockdown 20:14

    Entertainment:
    Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are moving out of their UK home so Princess Eugenie can move in 19:44

    Entertainment:
    Cameron Diaz sees cooking as her "love language" 19:14

    Environment:
    Aucklanders are being urged to prepare for possible power cuts this week 18:57


     News Search






    Power Search


    © 2020 New Zealand City Ltd