Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Bruce Springsteen turns 60-years-old today and we’re marking the day by speaking with cultural critic Lou Masur about the first milestone of The Boss’s career.  Masur’s new book, Runway Dream, is about Born to Run, the album Springsteen called “my shot at the title. A 24 year-old kid aimin’ at the greatest rock ‘n roll record ever.” Then, Bob speaks with Sirius XM Symphony Hall host Martin Goldsmith about legendary classical pianist Glenn Gould. Best known for his recordings of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, Gould would have turned 77 this week.