With the state of the country being what it is, Bruce Springsteen will surely have a lot to say when the fifth installment of his SiriusXM satellite radio show, “From His Home to Yours,” takes place June 3 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time. He has used past installments of the program to comment on politics and current events, as well as to talk about his own life during the pandemic, and to share stories from his past.
On his last show, for instance, May 20, he eloquently paid tribute to the late Little Richard, called President Trump “cowardly” for supporting the movement to reopen the country prematurely, and played music by everyone from Tom Petty and Warren Zevon to Mozart and Marlene Dietrich.
Though he is not officially on a schedule for these shows, he has been doing them once every other week since early April, and each has lasted around 90 minutes.
The June 3 show can be heard on SiriusXM’s E Street Radio channel (channel 20), with repeats and on-demand availability following the initial broadcast.
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