Springsteen and the ‘silver economy’ – Forbes Spain

Between Johnny Cash and Jimmy Somerville (61 years old), this is the new haircut of Bruce Springsteen (73 years old), then if you want we can talk about the album. Can the reader imagine a ‘Boss’ without any hair? He is not turkey mucus. The capillary evolution of the artist is always directly proportional to the longevity of his career. So I’ve spent the week since Springsteen posted the fantastic cover of his new album, twice by the way, wondering if he is the one who chooses the color of the tan that he sports on his active Instagram account and that old rocker pompadour, or if you have a team of advisers who show up one day at the studio house where your wife Patti Scialfa has sent you to work, and they put on your table old photos of other rockers in their old age (Roy Orbison is a good example).

Oh the ‘silver economy’, which forces singers! Or one hides in the costume of Bob Dylan (81 years old): Stetson hat pulled low to prevent your eyes from being seen, eyeliner strong, jean shirt and tie around the neck, or strip shirt sleeves rolled up, Strong biceps, UVA tan, and slicked-back dyed hair with a side shave. Manolo García (67 years old), also knows how to take care of the hair to avoid artistic decline. And his tour continues to garner sold-out box offices. I am very happy, García after the retirement of José María García (78 years old) is the best defender of the most common last name in these Spains (1,455,000 people have that last name).

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Springsteen and the ‘silver economy’ – Forbes Spain


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