Springtime for Springsteen

Join Sean and Matt as they begin their exploration into the life, history, and works of the Boss (and, who could forget, the E Street Band), and listen as two friends work on their dream.


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#75: Blinded by the Light

Spoiler alert: the boys finally saw Blinded by the Light, a shoddy yet endearing entry in the Bruce fan art pantheon. In true Jersey fashion, godfather of the cast Jon Jacobs comes along for some hot takes on the film, and just like Don Corleone, they don't pull any punches or leave any cannolis behind. Springheads, you've been warned, major plot details follow!



#74: Brothers and Sisters

We've got not one, but two guests in Bah Shteve Studios this week, and spoiler alert: they don't know much about Bruce! Kiir and Katie join Sean and Matt for a rip roaring ep: while getting derailed with some exciting new music from a couple of Chicago rappers, they make time for some classic covers and some classic speculation on Bruce's sexual preferences. It's a hot dog of an episode that you don't wanna miss!


 2019-08-19  1h19m

#73: City of Chi Dreams

It was hot, it was windy, but Sean and Matt had a wonderful time at Pitchfork Festival in the second city! The boys rode a different festival horse this year, so listen in as they saddle up and chat about some great shows and some great friends.


 2019-08-04  1h6m

#70: Western Stars?

Bruce is back with his new album Western Stars, and so is Mike Hartwell! Coming live from Mobile Bah Shteve Studios, Mike brings a special alternate version of the record to the podcast, and you ain't gonna find this one on Spotify. Tune in for a wild horse ride into the oat fields!


 2019-06-23  1h0m

#72: When You're Alone Again

It's been a hectic spring for the Springtime boys, but with Sean still tied up, Matt goes it alone, putting together a mixtape inspired by songs of change.


 2019-06-17  1h3m

#71: Luxury California Granddad Bruce

We're dropping a special early episode because there was simply too much Brews to ignore! The Boss has laid out his plans to hit the dusty trail and release a new solo record, so Sean and Matt listen to the first single Hello Sunshine. A competitor in the Springsteen tribute fan art scene approaches with the summer release of the feel good movie of the year, Blinded by the Light...


 2019-05-06  1h49m

#69: Summer of '69

It's a smorgasbord of special guests on a very sexual episode of Springtime for Springsteen: noted horndogs Jim Poupe and Charles 'Chuck' Beach bring esteemed Bruce cover artist Wolfgang Shteinspring onto the show for a rousing time! Wolfgang shares stories of his life on the road and plays his favorite Bruce songs, while Poupe and the Beach eulogize their former radio show, their disatrous attempt at producing DadFest, and their failed marriages...


 2019-04-29  53m

#68: Songs of Hope

Sean and Matt check out the latest live compilation from Bruce and the E Street Band called Songs of Hope. Before that, they catch up with Vampire Weekend, the cashback credit card market, and a dubstep chiptune Randy Newman remix. You heard that right folks, the world may be ending, but you've got some friends in us, baby!


 2019-04-15  53m

#67: Springing Back to Action

Sean and Matt finally find themselves back in the same time zone, ready to embark upon the fifth springtime of their podcast journey. Just before the equinox hit, Matt escaped to Palm Springs for some sun and fun, while Sean spent St. Pat's with a good friend in the Windy City. They reconvene in Virtual Bah Shteve Studios to share tales of Darkness in Joshua Tree, terrible contemporary art, and new shows on the horizon.


 2019-03-25  1h8m

#66: 4th Annual Oscars Special

Genesis and Jon are back, and for the first time ever, the whole Oscars crew is live in Bah Shteve Studios, making history with an epic not seen since the likes of Lawrence of Arabia and Gone With The Wind! Get ready for some hot takes on all of 2018's best films and stars, from near and far, from snubs and flubs to the movies we loved. No stone has been left unturned and no categories have been spurned in this one, folks. Hooray for Hollywood!


 2019-02-18  4h1m