Bruce Springsteen Narrates Audiobook Version of His New Memoir (and How to Download It for Free)

In Sep­tem­ber, Bruce Spring­steen pub­lished his new auto­bi­og­ra­phy, Born to Run. Patient­ly I’ve been await­ing the audio­book ver­sion, which came out today. And, to my sur­prise, I dis­cov­ered that it’s nar­rat­ed by Spring­steen him­self. All 18 hours of it.

You can hear him read Chap­ter 41 (called “Hitsville”) above. Plus Chap­ter 53 below. And if you want to hear the whole she­bang, you can pur­chase it online. Or down­load the audio­book for free by sign­ing up for Audi­ble’s 30-day free tri­al. As I’ve men­tioned before, if you reg­is­ter for Audi­ble’s free tri­al pro­gram, they let you down­load two free audio­books. At the end of 30 days, you can decide whether you want to become an Audi­ble sub­scriber (as I have) or not. No mat­ter what you decide, you get to keep the two free audio­books. Spring­steen’s mem­oir can be one of them.

Learn more about Audi­ble’s free tri­al pro­gram here.

NB: Audi­ble is an sub­sidiary, and we’re a mem­ber of their affil­i­ate pro­gram.

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