Bruce Springsteen told Rolling Stone that he's working on the follow-up to last year's 'Wrecking Ball' album. He even spent a day recently in a Sydney studio with Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello.
After two acclaimed but commercially under-appreciated albums, Bruce Springsteen finally got the mainstream success he wanted with 1975's 'Born to Run.' However, he learned about the darker side of his dreams when it came time to record the follow-up, 'Darkness on the Edge of Tow…
After all these years, a person could be forgiven for thinking there isn't a new angle from which to approach a book or film about Bruce Springsteen's music and career. But they'd be wrong, as the new documentary 'Springsteen & I' proves.
Classic rock was everywhere during the series finale of 'The Office' last night (May 16), with Guns N' Roses, Motley Crue, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty all contributing music to the show's climactic wedding.
This week, Boston-based Celtic-punk band DropKick Murphys released a three-song EP to benefit the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. One song features Bruce Springsteen, who sought out the group in hours after the April 15 bombing.
They exist in two seemingly different worlds. One is a legendary New Jersey rocker who fronts one of the greatest bands in the history of rock and roll. The other is a fictional boy wizard from England. So what do these two have in common?
Poverty afflicts so many people that it can feel like it's impossible to make a difference -- but like any huge problem, the most effective solutions involve the efforts of many, and that's where programs like the Global Citizen Tickets Initiative come in.
As if selling millions of records and having fans all over the world isn't quite enough, it was recently announced that one of New Jersey's favorite sons, Bruce Springsteen, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. ...
Born a few months apart in the New York area, lifelong labelmates and members of the (other) Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen have a lot in common. In addition, both are also well-known motorcycle fans, and Joel has built a bike for his old friend.
Perhaps they should have called this the Curve Ball tour. Tom Morello, filling in for Steven Van Zandt during the E Street Band's ongoing concerts through Australia, says Bruce Springsteen tinkers with the setlist until the absolute last moment.