Bruce Springsteen boxset nominated for Grammy
People hoping to grab tickets to a Bruce Springsteen concert when they go on sale this weekend may be excited to hear one of the star's products has been nominated for a Grammy Award.
The singer's 2010 release The Promise: The Darkness On The Edge Of Town Story is in the running for the Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package prize.
Art directors Dave Bett & Michelle Holme have been nominated for their involvement in the product up against industry peers including Donald Twain and Zachariah Wildwood, who were involved in Radiohead's The King of Limbs.
Other packages up for the award include Danny Elfman and Tim Burton's 25th Anniversary Music Box, Sting's 25 Years and the Wingless Angels - Deluxe Edition release.
The Promise: The Darkness on the Edge of Town Story consists of three CDs and three DVDs, including a documentary.
Among its other contents are an 80-page book of alternative lyrics, previously unseen photographs and recording notes, footage of a live show and rehearsals, video of a Bruce Springsteen tour, as well as 21 tracks that have never been made public before.
Posted by Lizzie Rivera