Over the past two years, Jake Clemons has been winning fans over a few thousand at a time, as one of the saxophone players in Bruce Springsteen‘s E Street Band. In the wake of the [...]
What is one band’s trash is some fan’s treasure. This holds true for Bruce Springsteen, whose handwritten, working lyric sheet for ‘Born to Run’ sold for nearly $200,000 in New York City.
At midnight Sunday (November 25) Bruce Springsteen announced his new album, High Hopes, via his Facebook page and Twitter account, which will be released January 14.
All hail Madonna. The Material Girl rakes in the big bucks to earn the honor of highest-paid musician of 2013.
“High Hopes” is familiar to Springsteen die-hards; he previously recorded it for the Blood Brothers EP, which was released in 1996 along with the film of the same name, which documented Springsteen’s brief mid-’90s reunion with the E Street Band.
For all college freshmen with an insatiable auditory craving for Bruce Springsteen, New Jersey’s Rutgers University might just be the dream school, where you can listen The Boss in class while getting a grade for it.
The Boss took to his official website to post a thank you letter to fans, and also a new music video, which served a similar purpose.
Bruce Springsteen recently performed Victor Jara’s “Manifesto” and León Gieco’s “Sólo le Pido a Dios” on tour.
How did some of the most widely recognizable melodies, like “Rosalita,” rise to the top without actually being at the top? Read on to find out:
We focus on Bruce Springsteen’s second album ‘The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle,’ the album that gave his backing band their name and which yielded ‘Rosalita (Come Out Tonight).’ The album turns 40 this week.
In an exclusive interview with Radio.com, Church talks about touring with Kenny Chesney, playing rock festivals, his admiration for Bruce Springsteen, and where he’s at with assembling his next album, the followup to his award-winning ‘Chief.’
‘Springsteen & I’ director Baillie Walsh told Radio.com that after putting the call out to fans for self-shot testimonials in November of 2012, he quickly received about 300 hours of material. And he actually watched every single submission.
At a concert in Ireland on Tuesday (July 16), the rocker dedicated his song “American Skin (41 Shots)” to the Florida teen who was shot to death on February 26, 2012.
How you actually like the film depends on a) your definition of the term “documentary” and b) how much you appreciate Springsteen and the devotion he gets from his fans.
It was announced this week that the Claddagh Fund, the Dropkick Murphys’ charitable foundation, donated the funds to more than 60 people whose lives were changed forever by the Boston Marathon bombing.