Who is Bruce Springsteen's wife Patti Scialfa?

BRUCE Springsteen and his wife Patti Scialfa have been married for three decades.

Bruce and Patti's daughter Jessica is set to head to the Tokyo Olympics this year.

Who is Bruce Springsteen's wife Patti Scialfa?

Vivienne Patricia "Patti" Scialfa is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist.

Scialfa has been a member of the E Street Band since 1984.

In 2014, she was inducted to the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as a member of E Street.

Rumble Doll, Patti’s debut solo album, was released in 1993. 23rd Street Lullaby followed in 2004, along with her first solo tour.


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She was educated at the University of Miami’s School of Music and New York University.

Bruce and Patti first met as young musicians. Patti would lay down female vocal tracks for Bruce's Born in the USA album.

Having fallen in love on the Tunnel tour, Bruce and Patti married in 1991; they have three children.

According to the Bruce Springsteen website, "Patti’s balance of her home life and her role in the present-day E Street Band has led to her periodic absence from the stage, with Bruce humorously noting that, with teenagers at home, 'the fort must be guarded.'”

Is Bruce Springsteen's daughter going to the Olympics?

Jessica Springsteen is targeting her own Glory Days in Tokyo after being selected for the US equestrian team.

Springsteen, 29, daughter of the rock superstar and wife Patti Scialfa, is one of four showjumpers selected by the US.

She is currently ranked 27th in the world and has competed in Europe as well as on home soil,

Springsteen has been selected to partner 12-year-old Belgian stallion Don Juan van de Donkhoeve.

It will be Springsteen's first Games appearance after being named as an alternate for the London 2012 Olympics.

She failed to earn a place on the team for Rio 2016.

As NJ.com reports, Springsteen has achieved her dream.

Speaking previously about her Olympic hopes, the 29-year-old said: "My dream is always to represent the United States in championships, so I am definitely always working toward that.

“I feel like I have a really good group of horses jumping great right now, so I will just keep doing my best.”

The showjumping star has described her parents as her "biggest fans."

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