Springsteen's new memoir is part seance and part keg party

Riding shotgun with Bruce Springsteen in his new memoir Born To Run is long, ecstatic, exhausting, filled with peaks and ...

Bruce Springsteen's song lyrics have injected more drama and mystery into the myths of the American road than any figure since Jack Kerouac. He knows this, of course. So it's one of the running jokes in his big, loose, rangy and intensely satisfying new memoir, Born to Run (what else was he going to call it?), that he didn't begin to drive until he was well into his 20s.