Born to Run by Bruce Spring­steen

Bayview Post - - Arts -

Told with hu­mour, raw hon­esty and a poetic work­ing man’s soul, I couldn't put it down. In par­tic­u­lar, what I found so mov­ing about Spring­steen's story is that he ad­mits he was never a nat­u­rally tal­ented singer or gui­tar player or even song­writer. Through the book, we wit­ness young Bruce strug­gle to learn and even­tu­ally find his place in the rock ’n’ roll pan­theon. Sick in the Head by Judd Apa­tow I keep this book with me when­ever I'm in need of a life pick-me-up. Writ­ten from the point of view of a stu­dent and fan, Apa­tow has pub­lished his life's in­ter­views with the world's most fa­mous comic minds — some of them be­fore they hit it big, some of them dur­ing the height of their fame and some after re­tire­ment. A must-read for any per­former.

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