Thrill Hill East, Rumson, NJ

Thrill Hill East is the name given to Bruce Springsteen's east coast recording operations for Thrill Hill Recording Company. After two years in a rented home on the Colts Neck reservoir, he purchased two properties in Rumson, New Jersey in November 1983. In early 1987, Toby Scott installed a 24-track studio in the Carousel House on the Rumson property. He spent the next ten years mostly in Los Angeles, before moving his family to Colts Neck, New Jersey in 1996. When you see Thrill Hill East from 1983-1995, it is referring to the Rumson studio; after that, it became a toss-up, until he built Stone Hill Studio at his Colts Neck farm in 2009, and sold the Rumson properties.

His prior residence in Holmdel however, went by Telegraph Hill Studios.

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

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