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The following Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band signatures,

It is almost impossible to remember and account for where every single Bruce Springsteen and E-Street Band Members signature was obtained. Below is a list of some of the dates as best remembered whereas encounters and autographs were achieved.

The Roxy Club (3/1/1990); The Shrine Auditorium (11/16/1990); The MTV Unplugged at The Warner Studios (9/22/1992); Denver, Colorado (9/25/2003); Cleveland, Ohio (10/1 & 2/2004); and at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on the tours and dates of (6/5/2006; 10/29 & 30/2007; 4/15 & 16/2009 and 3/17/2016), as well at several solo performances and other non E-Street Band concerts, events, book signings and promotional appearances.
(unless otherwise stated)

Signed “Born To Run” album by Clarence Clemons at KLOS radio on September 3, 1989
and by Bruce Springsteen outside of The Roxy in West Hollywood, on March 1, 1990.
Autographed autobiography of the BIG MAN, Clarence Clemons Big Man: Real Life & Tall Talessigned in New York at Barnes and Noble on October 21, 2009
and purchased directly from the book store.
Signed photo from the BORN IN THE USA TOUR
of Clarence Clemons and Bruce Springsteen during the song, “Rosalita”.
Personally signed 8x10 by Niels Lofgren, Clarence Clemmons and Bruce Springsteen.
Autographed by both Bruce Springsteen and Jackson Browne at The Shrine Auditorium
on the night of November 16, 1990, the event being the Christic Institute Benefit Concert.
Signed by Bruce Springsteen, Roy Bittan, Clarence Clemons, Niels Lofgren and Max Weinberg.
One of the very first signatures I ever received by Bruce Springsteen.
It was signed on September 21, 1988, here in Los Angeles.
(Please note the obvious fading of the black ink. A reason why its always best to use a blue ink). I have always enjoyed this photo. Just wish it was signed better.

HOW HARD IS IT TO SPELL MY DAUGHTER DELEAH’S NAME?

I cannot really blame Bruce for the misspelling that he tried to fix. It was almost 1:00am.

The late night after his “Unplugged” taping of September 22, 1992 at the Warner Hollywood Studios in Los Angeles, when Bruce Springsteen signed the Rolling Stone magazine on the right (and then left), attempting to inscribe my daughters name.

Autographed Lyric Sheet Music from the film “Streets of Philadelphia”.
Autographed guitar/lyric book from the album “Human Touch”, by Bruce Springsteen.
AUTOGRAPHED GUITAR/LYRIC BOOKS of the 1992/1993 “Lucky Town” solo album.
AUTOGRAPHED TOUR BOOK COVERS
of the 1992/1993 “Human Touch” solo tour and the 1999 Reunion Tour.
Signed Springsteen Tour Books are very rare collectable to obtain.

Max Weinberg, Bill Champlin & Mindy Abair in Mission Viejo
Friday September 30, 2011.

The following items were signed by Max Weinberg at
The Norman P. Murray Community Center and Library in Mission Viejo, CA
the night of September 30, 2011.

Three very nice signed index cards by E-Street Band drummer Max Weinberg.
 

Guitar signed by Bruce Springsteen, as he and Patti exited a movie theater
near The Beverly Center in Los Angeles in 1993, and I was “tipped” by a paparazzi friend.
 

Unpublished lyrics hand written by Bruce Springsteen.

This item was NOT obtained by me in-person. I got it as the the winning bidder at Wolfers Auction House in San Francisco (Auction # 180/Lot No. 419) on June 18, 1992.

After seeing Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band in concert during the Born In The USA Tour and starting what would become this collection, I wanted a Bruce Springsteen autograph more than anything else. I spent the better part of the next 5 years writing to him at his record label (CBS), his management in New York, and at addresses both in New Jersey and the Hollywood Hills. I must have spent over $2000 in product (albums and tour books/postage and envelopes). Never once did I ever recieve a response or a package returned (somewhere, there is a graveyard of my sent memorabilia).

It was around this time, and because of this, I learned the only way to have a collection of autographed memorabilia, and to be sure it is REAL, is to obtain them in-person. For me, Bruce Springsteen was a very expensive and frustrating lesson that really motivated my in-person autographing adventure.

Though some collectors do have success by collecting through the mail, it is because of Bruce Springsteen that I have never looked back.

Signed drumhead by E-Street band member and drummer, Max Weinberg.
The following signed index card, drum heads and album were all autographed by former E-Street band drummer Vini “MAD DOG” Lopez on October 4, 2015, in Oaks PA., at the All Things That Rock convention. This would be the first time, and thus far the only time, I would ever have the great pleasure of meeting this historic and legendary original E-Street Band drummer.
Bruce Springsteen tends to have a very consistent signature overall, however, in crowds or as I call it, “signing down the cattle line or across the cattle guard”, his signature can get a bit sloppy.

Please CLICK HERE to see three examples of some very sloppy or inconsistent Springsteen signatures.

 

****SIGNED ALBUMS****

Every one of the following Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street E-Street Band signatures were signed in my presence, with the exception of the 1980 LP The River which was obtained for me by a collector in New York and purchased through his collection.

Probably the most complete catalog of signed Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band albums you will ever find in any personal collection:
(still under construction)

As previously stated, this is the only album on this Bruce Springsteen page
NOT signed in my presence.
“The Promise”, signed by Bruce Springsteen at The L.A. Sports Arena on Day 1 of the 3 night 2016 stand of THE RIVER, March 15, 2016. It would be the only day of the 3 concerts that Bruce Springsteen would sign for his fans as he entered the arena for the about
18 fans that waited at the outside gate.