Bruce Springsteen has been recording at a studio facility in Oslo, Norway, according to the Dagbladet newspaper. Apparently Bruce arrived on thursday May 18th in Oslo and visited the Disclab studio, where he made some recordings.
The studio, owned by Hans Olav Grottheim, was hired by Toby Scott, Bruce’s recording tech, for a few hours that afternoon. They had help from the studio’s recording technicians, Richard Low and Jorn Dahl. Grottheim, who was not present as he just had become a father, says Bruce made some vocal recordings over previously recorded music. No more details have been given about this mysterious recording session.
Photo: Hans Olav Grottheim, owner of Disclab studios in Oslo.