Bruce Springsteen to Make Broadway Debut This Fall'Springsteen on Broadway' will officially open Oct. 12.
Bruce Springsteen's Archive to Add 25 Rare RecordingsThe first installment will be obscure recordings from 1977. The other 24 releases will debut each Friday (on nugs.net) moving forward.
Bruce Springsteen to Make Broadway Debut?Sources say the singer will perform a pared-down version of his usual setlist during eight-week run at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Fans at Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe duo performed "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" and covered Marvin Gaye.
This Week In History: Beatles Take Control; The Boss' Big Debut; Farewell to the 'King of Reggae'; 'The Chairman' Retires; Dionne Gets PinchedThis week we go back to the '60s as The Beatles take control of the music charts; the '70s when 'The Boss' makes his big debut; the '80s where we say farewell to the 'King of Reggae'; the '90s as the 'Chairman of the Board' takes his final bow; and back to 2002 when, on her way to San Jose, Dionne Warwick gets pinched!
Eddie Vedder Covers Springsteen, Pink Floyd & More at FTNL BenefitDuring the set, Vedder cranked out familiar tracks from The Who, Talking Heads, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd, Squeeze and Neil Young.
Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt Mourn Loss of Jonathan DemmeBruce Springsteen, his E Street bandmate Steven Van Zandt and Justin Timberlake have joined the chorus of voices paying tribute to filmmaker Jonathan Demme, who died Wednesday (April 26) at the age of 73.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Set at Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe two performed "It's Been a Long Time," from the 1991 album Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Chuck Berry's "Bye Bye Johnny."
Bruce Springsteen & Joe Grushecky Release Trump Protest SongThe single, “That’s What Makes Us Great," was inspired by both singers' discontent surrounding the outcome of the presidential election.
This Week in History: The Boss, The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, & EamonThis week we go back to the '60s when a no-name garage band would go one to be one of rock and rolls biggest artists; The '70s when the 'King of Rock and Roll' takes to the skies; The '80s, when the 'King of Pop' goes ablaze; The 90’s and one of rock history’s biggest finds; and finally to the 2000's with one of our own from Staten Island, NY!
Bruce Springsteen Memorabilia Collection on Sale for $7.5 MillionThe batch contains more than 300 items, including everything from guitars and lyrics, to a barely-passing junior high school report card.
Bruce Springsteen's 'L.A. Years': 'Human Touch' and 'Lucky Town,' 25 Years LaterHe left NJ and the E Street Band behind, became a family man, and wrote happy songs. "The people didn't like it."