Rolling Stones frontman Bruce Springsteen has announced that he will be giving up his ghost pilot role and moving to New York City to become the city’s new Ghost Gunner.
“It was a very difficult decision for me to make,” Springsteen told Rolling Stone magazine in an interview.
“I wanted to leave it behind me, and I’m very proud to have done it.”
Springsteen, who has been a ghost pilot for the band for over a decade, has a history of being replaced by someone else, including by singer Neil Diamond, who took over the role of the Ghost Gunman after Springsteen’s death in 2014.
Springsteen said that the Ghost gunner will be “a much more capable operator,” though Springsteen acknowledged that the gunner might not be the same person he was.
“He’ll be a much more accomplished operator,” Springpark said.
“The thing is, there’s a very high likelihood that he’s not going to be the exact same person that he was when I took the gun.”
However, Springsteen will continue to sing, he said, adding that he plans to “make a point to go to the office.”
“I want to go down and do a bit of singing,” Springston said.
Springstreet said that he and Springsteen plan to move into an apartment in the Upper East Side of Manhattan to “start a family,” though he did not say how long they plan to stay.
Springfield said that in the future he will make a point of staying in New York to “be the most haunted man on earth.”
In the interview, Springfield revealed that he planned to get a tattoo on his forearm, something he has been doing for years.
The Rolling Stones are currently on tour, performing a number of concerts throughout the United States and Canada.
Springfield, who died in 2016, was a longtime fan of the band and their music, and was a frequent guest at the band’s shows.
Springfields band, the Black Keys, released three albums over the course of their career, including 1989’s Dark Side of the Moon and 1992’s Black Sunday.
In a statement, Springfields daughter, Kelly Springfield, said that her father “was the greatest rock and roll father that there ever was.
I am extremely proud of his accomplishments and his love for music.”
Bruce Springsteen died in New Jersey on March 27, 2018, at the age of 77.
He had been hospitalized for pneumonia and dehydration in recent years.