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Bruce Springsteen’s new music featured on ‘The Good Wife’

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Julianna Margulies fans will have an added benefit of fine music when she slips into her character Alicia Florrick on The Good Wife for new episode. The CBS hit show has offered the fans a chance to hear some of Bruce Springsteen’s music on the prime time show. According to on Saturday this is the first time that the Network website has been the host for an album debut.

Three songs from the album, the title track High Hopes, Hunter of Invisible Game and The Ghost of Tom Joad will be featured on the program. While the singles won’t be heard completely, CBS will be offering the fans a chance to check out the tracks in a pre-release.

This is the Bruce Springsteen’s 18th studio album and fans can hardly wait to hear what the entertainer has in store for them. Always offering original music and giving people a chance to get lost in the lyrics, the album is highly anticipated by the fans.

Combining the music with the television show is a brilliant marketing move and it’s definitely going to give other artists a chance to see how it works. If the Boss can reach new fans by sharing his music on CBS, other performers might be willing to follow his lead.

Check local listings for the time The Good Wife airs in your area.


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