Bruce Springsteen will appear on May 5th at L.A.'s Raleigh Studios to kick off Netflix's “FYSee” Emmy campaign. Variety reported “The Boss” will be on hand to take part in a chat revolved around his Netflix exclusive Springsteen On Broadway, with other events running through June 9th, including Martin Scorsese talking about his upcoming film The Irishmen, and Oprah Winfrey and Ava DuVernay discussing their upcoming “limited event series” When They See Us, which is based on New York City's infamous Central Park Five case.
Thanks to the success of the Springsteen On Broadway show, on June 10th, 2018 at New York City's Radio City Music Hall, Bruce Springsteen was presented a “Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement” by old friend Billy Joel at The American Theatre Wing’s 72nd Annual Tony Awards: “Thank you. This is deeply appreciated. And thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block. Being a part of the Broadway community has been a great thrill and an honor for me. It's been one of the most exciting things that I have ever experienced. I have got to thank Patti, my beautiful wife and artistic partner, for her love and inspiration every night. I've got to thank Jon Landau, George Travis, Barbara Carr, and Jordan Roth for the great work of getting our show on stage and last but not least, our wonderful audiences who have made these shows so exciting and fulfilling. Evan, Jesse and Sam, daddy loves you. And thanks, you've been wonderful to me this season. Thank you so much. God bless.”