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 property in Rumson, New Jersey in November 1983. In late 1986, Toby Scott installed a 24-track studio in a garage apartment called the "Carousel House", where he recorded Tunnel Of Love in January 1987. Bruce spent the next ten years mostly in Los Angeles, before moving his family to a farm in Colts Neck in 1996, and set up Boxwood Studio at a property across the street in 1997. In 2002, he upgraded his Rumson facility to '40 Bellevue', at a neighboring property acquired in 1987. Both Rumson properties were sold 2016/17. He built Stone Hill Studio at his Colts Neck farm in 2008–09, where he currently records.

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


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


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