Art and Bruce

“You do your best work and you hope that it pulls out
the best in your audience. And that some piece
of it spills over into the real world and into people’s
everyday lives. That it takes the edge off the fear. And allows us
to recognize each other through our veil of differences. I always
thought that was one of the things popular art was supposed to be.”
Bruce Springsteen, accepting his 1994 Academy Award for “Streets of Philadelphia,”
the theme song for the film “Philadelphia.”

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