A stage, seats full of international journalists and the “Boss” comprise a new documentary Wrecking Ball, which focuses on Bruce Springsteen’s latest album of the same title and how his life has shaped him as an artist. The video made its debut yesterday via CNN. Springsteen sits center stage as journalists ask questions about the patriotic messages inherent in his music and also also the passing of Clarence Clemons, former saxophonist for the E Street Band.
The 62-year-old rocker is full of sage advice from his decades long career. Springsteen’s almost Confucius-esque answers are wedged between footage of the singer/songwriter’s early years and career.
You can watch the 22-minute documentary below.