Guestbook

The Friends Of The Bruce Springsteen Special Collection would be glad to hear from you! You are invited to leave us a message via this board. Please understand that we moderate this board and that your message will appear only after one of our moderators has approved it.

17 thoughts on “Guestbook

  1. Thank you very much for your kind word on my book ‘Springsteen Sings America – Long Walk Home to the Land of Hope and Dreams’ on your post in Feb ’09. I know it’s almost 5 years late. I recently found here via your Facebook page. Keep up good work.

  2. Hi

    I live in Australia can I join if so how do I pay membership fee.
    And of course I am a big Bruce Springsteen fan.
    Regards

    Kerri Darby

    • Hi Kerri – of course we’d love to have a new member – the directions are on this site but I will email from my personal account with details. Thank you for reaching out.

    • Hi Vince – thanks for the membership! We appreciate the support – you should be receiving a packet in the mail from our membership team very shortly!
      Melanie

  3. Thank you for taking care of Bruce’s special collection. Can it still be found at the Asbury Park Public Library? I’ve been to the Belmar Public Library on the corner of 10th Avenue and E Street in Belmar, NJ; this location could suffice as a new home for the collection too.

  4. As a charter member of the Special Collection and an alumni of Monmouth University, I was so excited to learn of “A Conversation with Bruce Springsteen” to be held on campus next week. Unfortunately, I was unable to secure a ticket to the event (I really tried!). Is there a chance the event will be recorded and available for public viewing? I’m certain I’m not the only fan shut out of this special event.

    • Hi Sanita – thank you for your never-ending support of the Collection. I’m sorry for the delay in responding to you! The event was recorded and we are currently working toward a way to allow all to be able to hear/see/read the interview in the future.
      Melanie Paggioli

    • I can check the next time I am at the Collection if you’d like – will email you…. and yes, the public may visit as long as an appointment is made. Contact Eileen Chapman at echapman@monmouth.edu to make an appointment.
      Thank you for your support of the Collection.

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