In honor of Bruce Springsteen re-recording Tommy Tutone's "867-5309" as his own "Radio Nowhere" and to celebrate the release of his new album, the Pilot- and America-inspired (and hey, sounds like Nick Drake!), Magic, we here at List Of The Day offer five Bruce Springsteen soundalikes who we like just as much as the old Boss himself.
Meat Loaf: While Bruce was in court arguing with his old manager over the right to date and record with his new manager Mr. Jon Landau, Marvin Lee Aday, a man people accused of looking like a Meat Loaf, hired Bruce's drummer and pianist to record with him and Todd Rundgren and Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto an album that would take Born To Run and make it even more verbose, more over the top, more cinematic, more teen-drama, more longer and more better! My mom liked it.
John Cougar: With or without the Mellencamp, you have to admit John Cougar sure did a lot of the same moves as ol' Brucie. Bruce had Born In The U.S.A. so Coug had "R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A."Read More »from Five Bruce Springsteen Soundalikes