Nebraska, the photographs created for Bruce Springsteen's sixth studio album

Nebraska album photo shoot with Bruce Springsteen by photographer David Michael Kennedy captures an essence of desolation and beauty. With songs that beautifully paint the stories of blue collar, down-on-luck characters facing a turning point of redemption or outsiders, criminals and mass murderers with little hope for the future — or no future at all, this album, released on September 30, 1982, by Columbia Records, remains one of Bruce's most highly acclaimed.


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