Road Diary: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

Last Updated on: June 9th, 2024

Road Diary Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band disney plus hulu“Road Diary: Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band” is an upcoming documentary set to premiere on Hulu and Disney+ in October 2024. This film provides an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band’s 2023-2024 world tour, offering unprecedented access to their creative process and live performances.

Directed by Emmy and Grammy Award-winner Thom Zimny, the documentary features fly-on-the-wall footage of band rehearsals, special backstage moments, and conversations with Springsteen himself as he develops the story for the tour’s setlist. The film also includes rare archival clips of The E Street Band, highlighting themes of life, loss, mortality, and community. This project serves as an essential chapter in an autobiographical series that includes Springsteen’s memoir “Born to Run,” the Broadway show “Springsteen on Broadway,” and the films “Western Stars” and “Letter to You.”

The documentary promises to immerse fans in the band’s preparation process, from their earliest rehearsals in Red Bank, New Jersey, to performances across continents. It also captures the dynamic and enduring spirit of The E Street Band, showcasing their ability to deliver powerful, three-hour shows with surprise guests and setlist rarities.

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  • Bruce Springsteen: Himself


  • Director: Thom Zimny

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