Boxwood Studio, Colts Neck, NJ

Thrill Hill East is the name given to Bruce Springsteen's east coast recording operations. His residence from 1976–1981 was in Holmdel, New Jersey, but the barn was best known as Telegraph Hill Studio. After being evicted while in Europe on The River Tour, Bruce rented a house in Colts Neck, where he recorded Nebraska on January 3, 1982. He formed Thrill Hill Recording Company on November 15, 1982, and this became the first "Thrill Hill East". He moved to Rumson in 1983, where in late 1986 Toby Scott installed a 24-track recording studio in a garage apartment he called the 'Carousel House', and in January 1987, recorded Tunnel Of Love. He also purchased a farm in Colts Neck, New Jersey in 1994, and then the property across the street in 1996, where he set up "Boxwood Studio", where Tracks was assembled in 1998. In 2009, he did a major upgrade, replacing Boxwood with Stone Hill Studio, where he currently records.

Springsteen did 0 performances, excl. rehearsals, at this venue.

incl. Interviews and Recording-sessions.

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