Scottish rockers Frightened Rabbit put out their new Aaron Dessner-produced album Painting Of A Panic Attack earlier this month. Today, they stopped by to play a live in-studio session at SiriusXM, during which they covered Bruce Springsteen’s “Streets Of Philadelphia” with all of the world-weary melancholy it deserves. Listen below. Painting Of A Panic Attack […]
Album: Parade Year: 1986 It took Michael Jackson five years to follow up Thriller. It took Bruce Springsteen three years to follow up Born In The U.S.A. It took Madonna two years to follow up Like a Virgin. It took Prince ten months to follow up Purple Rain. Show More Summary
The last time this reviewer covered Bruce Springsteen was when he finished his seven fall stops in the Metropolitan area in 2009 with a complete performance of The River. You easily sense from the review at the time that a big part of...Show More Summary
The past week has seen a slew of Prince tributes from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, D’Angelo, Chris Stapleton, and the casts of Hamilton and The Color Purple, and yesterday, Beyoncé became the latest to honor the late superstar....Show More Summary
Chris Christie may or may not have been held hostage by Donald Trump, but he has certainly found the place where he feels the most free. Christie humbly surrendered himself to The Boss at a Bruce Springsteen concert Monday night, letting his soul be free as he Dad Danced down The River. Show More Summary
Donald Trump let Chris Christie out of his dungeon to attend a concert by a musician who absolutely despises him.
Little Richard described 1988's third annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony as a "beautiful reunion," something he heard echoed by other attendees of the gala, which honored the Beatles, Supremes, Beach Boys, Bob Dylan and others. "Bruce said the same thing," Richard told Rolling Stone. "Mick said...
It's no secret that Bruce Springsteen is New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's favorite musician.
One of the things that defines great art is not only that it hangs around for a long time, that people still want to see a play hundreds of years after it was first performed or read a book that was written thousands of years ago, but...Show More Summary
We attended the final night of 'The River' tour, and there's no other way to put it: The Boss demonstrated why he's one of the greatest of all time.
Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to Prince by opening up his Brooklyn concert Saturday night with a poignant cover of the late icon's 1984 classic, "Purple Rain." While Nils Lofgren delivered a searing stab at the song's distinct guitar solo, Springsteen sang and the crowd chanted along with the track's chorus. After early cell phone...
After Bruce Springsteen canceled his North Carolina concert to promote the repeal of anti-LGBT law H.B. 2, HRC, CrowdRise, Bruce Springsteen and actor Edward Norton teamed up to provide one lucky HRC supporter with the chance of a lifetime. Last...Show More Summary
He plays the air drums and the air guitar
At the Bruce Springsteen concert in Brooklyn on Monday, New Jersey governor Chris Christie danced like no one was watching… of course, everyone was... More » The post Chris Christie Breaks Out His Dance Moves at Springsteen Concert appeared first on EveryJoe.
"Meet Me In The City" was the first track on Bruce Springsteen's setlist last night and Chris Christie took the tunnel in from Jersey and to do just that. The Boss played in Brooklyn last night and an attendee managed to snag a quick video of Chris Christie at the Bruce Springsteen concert so that…
Every concert Bruce Springsteen puts on is a special occasion. It's one of the reasons why he is "The Boss." On Saturday night inside Brooklyn's Barclays Center, he even outdid himself. He showed that age was not a factor for his tour-de-force...Show More Summary
The nation’s saddest governor loosed himself from the clutches of Donald Trump and headed to a Bruce Springsteen show, who probably still can’t stand him. Look at what he fucking wore. Please just look at it, because I can’t anymore. Read more...
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band closed out the U.S. leg of their 'The River' tour at Brooklyn's Barclays Center Monday night with a three-and-a-half hour set that included covers of Prince's "Purple Rain," John Lee Hooker's "Boom Boom" and Jimmy Cliff's "Trapped." But it was a 10-year-old fan that provided...
Bruce Springsteen returned to Barclays Center last night to close out the U.S. leg of The River 2016 Tour—and possibly to retire The River entirely, revealing at the start of the evening that this was the last time they would play it in its entirety (it was unclear whether he meant for this tour, or forever). Show More Summary