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Alana Springsteen (@alanaspringsteen) is a rising country singer-songwriter whose passionate and relatable songs have made her stand out. Bobby learns more about how she got her start in music, including how she started singing The National Anthem at Chicago Cubs Games at only 9 years old, and getting a publishing deal at 14. Part one of her debut album, TWENTY SOMETHING: Messing It Up, is out now and she shares the inspiration behind the album and why she chose to make it a three-part project. Alana also discusses how Taylor Swift inspired her to be a songwriter and what it was like to work with Liz Rose, who co-wrote many of Swift's early songs. She also shares why she believes in signs and how having bad taste in guys has helped her songwriting. Alana also clears up any misconceptions that she is related to Bruce Springsteen, and more! 

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