BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN IN FOCUS

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BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN IN FOCUS 1980-2012: Photographs by Debra L. Rothenberg, a two-month exhibit featuring the best of the 276 Springsteen photos from the award- winning photographer’s new 200-page book of the same name, opens Saturday, Jan. 11 at Where Music Lives, 708 Cookman Ave., in Asbury Park, with a FREE reception open to the public, starting at 7 p.m.

Rothenberg returns to the exhibit for a Book Signing and Slide Show Presentation on Saturday, Jan. 18 from Noon-2 p.m., also FREE and open to the public.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN IN FOCUS 1980-2012: Photographs by Debra L. Rothenberg is part of Light of Day Downtown, the new addition to the 14th Annual Light of Day Festival, sponsored by the Asbury Park Press. A portion of proceeds from all photo sales at the exhibit go the Light of Day Foundation (www.lightofday.org) to benefit Parkinson’s Disease victims.

No Depression, in its review of the book, says Rothenberg’s images of Springsteen performing at the 2012 Light of Day Festival “are some of the most warm, relaxed looking photos of him ever published.”

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN IN FOCUS 1980-2012 (Turn the Page Publishing), is an unparalleled collection of memorable and iconic Springsteen photography from a perspective only “Jersey Girl” Rothenberg could offer. Selected by the Wall Street Journal as one of its “Best Photo Books for Fall,” called “amazing” by the New York Daily News, this “amazing” (ABC News Radio) book is a must for all fans, chronicling The Boss from “The River” Tour to “The Wrecking Ball” Tour and many Jersey Shore haunts in-between. Through more than three decades of concert tours in national and international arenas and stadiums, as well as impromptu Jersey Shore club appearances at the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, the Rum Runner in Sea Bright, and Cheers in Long Branch, Rothenberg has created what the Hollywood Reporter calls “the ultimate look at a man who … is ‘always grinning’ whenever he is captured in his happy place – the stage.”

In addition to the exhibit, a portion of proceeds from all book sales go to the Alzheimers Association (www.alz.org), Parkinsons Disease research (www.lightofday.org), and breast cancer research (www.nationalbreastcancer.org).

About the Photographer:

An accomplished professional with a broad photographic range, Debra L. Rothenberg has worked as a concert photographer for the New York Daily News since 1999. At the age of 16 she fell in love with the music of Bruce Springsteen and, after college, landed her dream job for a newspaper at the Jersey shore, where her life and career began. Rothenberg’s photography has been exhibited in galleries worldwide and her images published in top magazines, including Rolling Stone, People, Us Weekly, Q Magazine, Time, and Newsweek. Born and raised in New Jersey, Rothenberg is an award winning photographer currently living in New York City.

Bruce Springsteen in Focus 1980-2012, Photographs by Debra L. Rothenberg

 

Turn the Page Publishing
Hardcover ǀ 200 Pages ǀ ISBN 978-1-938501-51-7 ǀ $44.95

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Scott Segelbaum, Right Brain Agency, 610.389.1807 or scott@rightbrainagency.com Randy Alexander, Randex Communications, 856.596.1410 or randex@randexpr.com Susan Pellegrini | Where Music Lives | 732-775-8900 | spellegrini@optonline.com

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