NEW YORK (AP) - If you can't wait until the end of the month to
hear Bruce Springsteen's new CD, just tune into NPR's music Web
site just before midnight Monday.
NPR.org/music will exclusively broadcast "Working on a Dream"
in its entirety on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at 11:59 p.m. EST.
That's a week before the album's release: It makes its debut in
stores Jan. 27.
Fans can also listen to the record on demand until its release.
NPR stations will also air Springsteen's performance, along with
that of Beyonce, U2, Usher, Garth Brooks and others, at the "We
Are One: The Obama Inauguration Celebration at the Lincoln
Memorial" concert on Sunday.
On the Net: http://www.npr.org/music
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