Last week the E. Street Band were getting induced into the Rock Hall of Fame, this week the world gets to hear a new Bruce Springsteen song from the forthcoming album American Beauty EP.
While she’s a fan of ‘Nebraska,’ Love is far from being a fan of Springsteen music, and there’s one big reason why that’s the case (hint: saxophones).
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony used to be a drunken, freewheeling event that would stretch to all hours of the night. Today it’s an arena-rock spectacle with stunning moments that won’t soon be forgotten.
Bruce and the E Street Band have also covered AC/DC, the Bee Gees, INXS and Lorde on this tour.
Watch an animated story from an 1980 interview with Bruce Springsteen, where he recalls meeting the E Street Band’s bassist Garry Tallent for the first time.
Rock Hall Announces Bruce Springsteen, Michael Stipe, Tom Morello, Questlove, Chris Martin as Presenters
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has just announced most of the presenters for this year’s induction ceremony, taking place at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on April 10.
The doc looks at Springsteen’s latest album, ‘High Hopes’ and his creative partnership with guitar god/muse Tom Morello.
Cyrus had written the heartfelt song “Hope Is Just Ahead” some 15 years ago. But when legendary vocalist Dionne Warwick joined him for a recent recording of the song, as Cyrus explained, she took it to “a whole new place.”
The Boss didn’t just play the teen’s GRAMMY-award winning track, he opened his second-ever gig in New Zealand with it. Because Lorde may be Queen Bee, but Bruce will always be The Boss.
AlsoL the 2013 MusiCares event, paying tribute to Springsteen, is coming to DVD and Blu-ray.
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What Beyoncé did for her latest album, Bruce Springsteen has done for his latest remastered re-releases: dropped ten of them on iTunes without fanfare or a pre-announced release date.
Plus, watch Boss perform ode to late AC/DC singer Bon Scott, who grew up near Perth.
In the wake of Pete Seeger’s recent passing, John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young have all come out to pay their respects to the fallen singer and activist.
Seeger wrote some of the 20th century’s most indelible songs, including “If I Had a Hammer,” “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” and “Turn! Turn! Turn!” to name a few, all collected in numerous volumes throughout his life.
Some of Browne’s peers (Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt and Don Henley) contribute to the album, as do “younger” artists (Ben Harper, the Indigo Girls, Joan Osborne, Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek).
Plus Springsteen and his E Street Band, including Tom Morello, also played three tracks from his latest album High Hopes: “Just Like Fire Would” “Heaven’s Wall,” and the title-track.