Bruce Springsteen dedicated his song “American Skin,” to slain teenager Trayvon Martin.
Bubba has the ultimate backstage pass.
Madison Square Garden in New York City hosted a massive benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief that featured an array of rock legends.
Gov. Chris Christie has seen 130 Springsteen concerts — but now is thrilled the Boss is talking to him, too.
Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and some other big names will star in a live-broadcast concert on Friday.
July 4th may be on a Wednesday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock out like it’s on a Friday. We’ve got your cookout soundtrack covered with a classic rock throwback that bleeds red, white and blue.
This Week: Yellow Ostrich grows up a bit but keeps it catchy; Folk-Rock superstar Andrew Bird’s sixth release, Break It Yourself; Brooklyn’s White Rabbits pull it all together on LP #3; Nite Jewel’s One Second of Love: clarity, charisma, disco lite; The Boss is back with socially charged rock on Wrecking Ball.
He may have collaborated with Bruce Springsteen since the mid-70s, but he’s claiming that he told The Boss that the “Born to Run” album sucked and Springsteen challenged Van Zandt to improve it.
One of the most pleasant aspects to the music industry’s self-immolation has been the willingness of labels and artists to reconsider putting out records fans had all but given up on ever being able to buy in a store. Last decade, for instance, we saw releases of…