The $40 price tag on the Rolling Stones upcoming pay-per-view concert is looking more like a bargain after the band announced Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and the Black Keys would make appearances. The Dec. 15 special will air live from the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. It's the final stop on their "50 and Counting" tour stop for 2012.
For the second consecutive summer, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will spend the summer touring Europe in support of last year's hit album, 'Wrecking Ball.' The dates, which are listed below, was confirmed via press release.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie loves his state and all that comes with it -- especially Bruce Springsteen. The politician admits he's a huge Springsteen fan, and got a little emotional after meeting "The Boss" at a recent Hurricane Sandy telethon.
The wind and rain that arrived with Hurricane Sandy earlier this week are now nothing more than a memory, but the hard work of rebuilding has just begun -- and an impressive array of rock stars are banding together to help.
It's the Boss vs. the "You're Fired" guy. In his latest missive against President Barack Obama and all things related to his campaign, Donald Trump has taken aim at Bruce Springsteen for his appearance at two rallies for the president last week.
Last Saturday (Oct. 13), it was announced that Bruce Springsteen would perform today (Oct. 18) at rallies in Parma, Ohio and Ames, Iowa for President Barack Obama. Late last night, a message from Springsteen outlining his reasons for doing so was published to his website.
New video action is on the way from Bruce Springsteen's appearance last month in England at the Hard Rock Calling festival in London's Hyde Park, VH1 has put together Bruce and the E Street Band with special guest appearance from Paul McCartney.
Have you ever gone to a stadium concert and wondered just how many people were responsible in putting the show on and making it run smoothly? Thanks to a new letter from Bruce Springsteen‘s tour director, we’ve learned that it’s a lot more complex than Jackson Browne described in ‘The Load Out.’
Of all the songs in Bruce Springsteen‘s extensive catalog, the one that could have expected to be permanently retired following the death of Clarence Clemons was ‘Jungleland.’ Its defining characteristic – a two-minute, 20-second saxophone solo — was Clemons’ career highlight, capturing all the characters’ emotions as it headed into the finale.
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