(ENTRY CLOSED) Enter for a Chance to Win a Bruce Springsteen ‘All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Track’ Book

Rock Cellar Magazine

Update: The entry period is now closed. Thank you!

Bruce. “The Boss.” He has a few different nicknames, but there’s truly only one Bruce Springsteen. Singer, songwriter, cultural icon, proud New Jersey native.

All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Track is a book series that works as an encyclopedia of the music of a particular band or artist, and Rock Cellar is excited to offer up the brand new Bruce Springsteen edition to one (1) lucky winner of our new giveaway, courtesy of Octopus Books.

New and existing Rock Cellar subscribers, enter the giveaway by joining the Rock Cellar Community below — and good luck!

(The giveaway will run from Oct. 2, 2020 until Nov. 2, 2020).

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Here’s some additional information about the Bruce Springsteen: All the Songs book, via Amazon:

Spanning nearly 50 years of albums, EPs, B-sides, and more, read the full story behind every single song that The Boss has ever released. Moving chronologically through Springsteen’s long career, expert authors Margotin and Guesdon explore everything there is to know about every single song.

No stone is left unturned across 670 pages, from the inspiration behind the lyrics and melody to the recording process and even the musicians and producers who worked on each track.


Giveaway open to residents of the continental U.S. only. Giveaway begins Friday, Oct. 2, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. PT and will end on Monday, Nov. 2 at 1:00 p.m. PT. The winner will be randomly selected. The winner will be contacted by email. By entering, you confirm you are 18+ years of age & agree to these terms of use. Void where prohibited. No purchase necessary. Thank you for entering!

For full details/terms and conditions regarding this giveaway, click here.


  • Lorraine Dluga says:

    Been a fan since 1974 when I saw him in Seagirt NJ…he is a legend.

  • Peggy Cieslik says:

    I love his music,he’s such down to earth person and has so many stories to tell through his music🎸🇺🇸💜.

  • Lee Jones says:

    Thank you

  • JKevin Chandler says:

    I wish I could see 👀 Bruce in concert! I went to The Stone Pony ONCE. That was enough unless I have tickets to see 👀 Bruce Springsteen there!
    BTW… There are about SIX SEATS there and I want to reserve two of them!

  • Kim Dillon says:

    I ❤ Bruce Springsteen… I have since Greetings From Asbury Park. I begged my Mom and Dad for that album… I was 12. They got me an Osmond’s album… 😬 my Aunt got me Bruce and The E Street Band… 😁🎶😁🎶😁🎶😁🎶 Best birthday ever!!!🎶😁🎶😁🎶😁🎶😁

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  • Kathleen Collins says:

    I was 15, an Army brat traveling with my family place to place since birth. My older brother had moved on but told me to listen to Bruce when I was severely depressed back in 1975. We had moved, AGAIN, from a place I felt accepted to a place I didn’t. I was tired of starting all over and I didn’t want to exist anymore… and I listened to Bruce’s stories, yes, mostly sad but with a tinge of hope and I felt like I had met a kindred spirit. Hell, if Bruce could hold on then so could I. Bruce Springsteen’s music has helped thru so much in my youth and even my “non-youth.” When my dad was dying in 2011 and after his passing, I would drive the freeway and listen to Bruce’s music blasting on my radio and singing my lungs out. My now 22 year old daughter knows the majority of Bruce’s songs. Thank you Bruce for your awesome music and lyrics.
    P.S. whenever “Santa Claus is coming to town” comes on during Christmas I always crank up the volume because I LOVE Clarence’s “ho ho ho” in the background makes me smile every time. He was awesome and was taken too soon.

  • Lois fisher says:

    My brother is Bruce’s biggest fan…. would love to win this for him so he can listen to it while in his dear stand. Lois

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