Singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen is considered the performer who best embodies the essence of the United States through his lyrics and musical style. In his honor, just an hour from New York, there will be a new museum Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music (BSACAM), whose mission is to preserve the artist's musical legacy and his importance in the history of music. American music.
Designed by American studio CookFox Architects in collaboration with the Bruce Springsteen Archive and the Center for American Music, the museum will include concert videos of the singer and the E Street Band, instruments, costumes, exclusive interviews and much more.
In 2011, Monmouth University, located in the rocker's home state of New Jersey, created the Bruce Springsteen Special Collection, made up of some 35,000 objects from 47 countries, mostly donated by the musician's fans. Not far from the university campus, Bruce Springsteen wrote his iconic song Born to Run. Now, the university's collection expands to a museum made up of two floors, where all the pieces related to the Boss's career, as his followers affectionately know him, will be presented.
In addition, the space will have listening booths, a theater and a photo and graffiti gallery, which will show the evolution and highlights of his career.
Vinyl records, costumes, promotional materials, posters, handwritten lyrics. Without a doubt, BSACAM will be a paradise for Bruce Springsteen fans.
However, the museum's creators say the collection will be of interest to everyone, as Bruce Springsteen is a source of influence and inspiration, whose fame extends beyond the United States. The museum plans to open its doors to the public in 2026.