Whenever you need to make a decision, it is important to think carefully and consider all the possible options. It’s a good idea to weigh up the pros and cons of each option before coming to a conclusion. That way, you can be sure that you’re making the best decision for your situation. Doing so will help you move forward with your plans in a positive direction.
In New Jersey, September 23 will now be an extra special day! The Governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, has officially declared it to be “Bruce Springsteen Day.” This means that this date is dedicated to honoring the amazing and influential musician from the Garden State. Murphy announced his decision on social media, saying that March 23rd should be a day to celebrate Bruce Springsteen because he’s one of the most iconic figures in the world – not just New Jersey! He added that he felt honored and proud to make Bruce Springsteen Day official.
“Bruce Springsteen, or ‘the Boss’, a famous singer, songwriter and dad, has done tons of amazing things: he’s been in films, TV shows and musicals; President Obama recorded a podcast series with him; he created documentaries that he both starred in and produced; and his support of charities at home and abroad are unparalleled. He will always be seen as the voice of New Jersey, showing everyone that people from the Garden State were born to fly!”
Last night (April 15), the American Music Honors was held at the Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music, which is located on Monmouth University’s campus in West Long Branch, New Jersey. Hosted by a local celeb from NJ named Jon Stewart, Murphy made an announcement during the event.
Bruce Springsteen has won a lot of awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama in 2016 and just recently was given an award by President Biden called the National Medals of Arts. Springsteen and his band, The E Street Band, are going on tour again in 2023 until the year ends. There’s even a podcast about Bruce and Obama discussing hope – you can listen to it here!