Members of PUP, Born Ruffians, July Talk, Fast Romantics Cover Bruce Springsteen's 'Nebraska'
All proceeds from 'At the End of Every Hard Earned Day, People Find Some Reason to Believe' will be donated to charity
Published Jul 31, 2020Members of Toronto rock bands have come together for a track-by-track cover album of Bruce Springsteen's classic 1982 album Nebraska. At the End of Every Hard Earned Day, People Find Some Reason to Believe — A Tribute to Nebraska is available on Bandcamp now. All proceeds will be donated to a trio of Toronto-based organizations.
Each track was completed by a different collection of musicians, including Born Ruffians' Luke Lalonde, July Talk's Peter Dreimanis, PUP's Steve Sladkowski, Sportsfan's Ali Haberstroh, Matthew "Doc" Dunn, the O'Pears, Rogue Tenant, Julie Arsenault, Christo Graham, Cameron Brown and Fast Romantics, whose drummer Nick McKinlay organized the project.
All proceeds from the release will be donated to the Toronto Overdose Prevention Society, Encampment Support Network Toronto and Foodshare TO.
Listen to the tribute album below, and keep scrolling for the full tracklist. The album is available to stream and purchase on Bandcamp.
At the End of Every Hard Earned Day, People Find Some Reason to Believe:
1. Luke Lalonde – "Nebraska"
2. Julie Arsenault – "Atlantic City"
3. The O'Pears – "Mansion on the Hill"
4. Nick McKinlay – "Johnny 99"
5. Christo Graham – "Highway Patrolman"
6. Peter Dreimanis – "State Trooper"
7. Fast Romantics – "Used Cars"
8. Matthew "Doc" Dunn – "Open All Night"
9. Rogue Tenant and Steve Sladkowski – "My Father's House"
10. Ali Haberstroh and Cameron Brown – "Reason to Believe"