Bruce Springsteen posts free Halloween musical 'treat'

You can download 'A Night With The Jersey Devil' now

Bruce Springsteen posts free Halloween musical 'treat'
Bruce Springsteen has posted a free download of his song 'A Night With The Jersey Devil' as a Halloween "treat".

The bluesy number is available on the veteran rocker's website here.

Springsteen's handwritten message says: "If you grew up in central or south Jersey, you grew up with the 'Jersey Devil'. Here's a little musical Halloween treat. Have fun!"

Earlier this week, Springsteen and his wife Patti Scialfa announced that they were cancelling their annual Halloween celebration at their mansion because of its "catastrophic success" that brought too many people to their New Jersey neighbourhood, as previously reported.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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