Bruce Springsteen missed out on all the Women's Marches around the country this weekend, as he and the E Street Band were busy kicking off a 14-date tour of Australia and New Zealand. But Springsteen made sure to acknowledge the rallies and pledge his support during the first gig in Perth on Sunday, calling those who marched "the new American resistance." [ more › ]
Bruce Springsteen declared his solidarity on Sunday with the millions of women who turned out for the Women’s March on Washington and its sister marches around the world. During a concert in Perth, Australia, the Boss gave a powerful...Show More Summary
The Boss has your back.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band may be a long way from home, but The Boss took some time out of his set in Australia on Sunday to talk about the Women's Marches which occurred across the United States on Saturday. “We’re a long...Show More Summary
Democratic Party rock singer Bruce Springsteen spoke out against President Donald Trump at a concert in Perth, Australia on Sunday,... The post Bruce Springsteen Goes Full Dixie Chicks: Declares ‘We Are the New American Resistance’ at Australia Show appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Touring with the E Street Band in Australia, Bruce Springsteen couldn't show his support for the Women's March in person. Even from across the world, though, the Boss made it clear that his solidarity is with the protesters, telling a Perth crowd that "our hearts and spirits are with the ... More »
Bruce Springsteen took a moment to recognize the Women’s March during his latest concert. The legendary singer, who often speaks out about politics and causes he supports, sent love during his show at Perth Arena on Sunday (January 22) in Perth, Australia. “We’re a long way from home, and our hearts and spirits are with [...]
No one in popular music better understands the people who helped elect Trump than Bruce Springsteen. We need the Boss’ music now, more than ever.
While Trump was failing to lock down a Bruce Springsteen cover band for the inauguration concert, the Obamas were getting their own private performance by The Boss himself. The 15-song set, which took place in the East Room of the White...Show More Summary
That’s the real Boss, not an imitation band. Bruce Springsteen loves President Obama as much as he hates Donald Trump — so he played a set of some of his most famous hits at the White House this month as a “thank you” to the president’s staffers. “Bruce opened with a very brief note of [...]
Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is The real story behind why the Emoluments Clause doesn't apply to Trump: Da Boss: If you want to be in Bruce Springsteen’s good graces, you’ve got to get with his friends—and recognize which people he doesn’t exactly care for. Show More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump has had an infamously hard time finding big-name talent to play for his inauguration, and he’s even had a Bruce Springsteen cover band cancel its plans to play at one of his inauguration galas. It seems that President Obama got a treat from Springsteen during his...
President Barack Obama's farewell gift to some of his longtime staffers was a private concert from "The Boss." A senior White House official says Bruce Springsteen performed a roughly two-hour … Click to Continue »
White House staffers were treated to a private acoustic performance by singing legend Bruce Springsteen to thank them for their work over the last eight years, it was revealed Wednesday. The secret 15-song concert was put on in the White House’s East Room on Jan. Show More Summary
But there will be shrimp, lobster, and chocolate soufflé Following Donald Trump’s inauguration this Friday, which even a Bruce Springsteen tribute band has declined to perform at, the newly sworn-in President of the United States will...Show More Summary
The concert happened on Jan. 12 but is just now surfacing in the media.
Even cover bands are pulling out of Donald Trump’s inauguration. The B Street Band—a Bruce Springsteen cover band originally scheduled to perform has now dropped out of playing the Garden State Presidential Gala on Thursday. The B Street Band, 63-year-old front man, Willie Forte in a statement made available to the Huffington Post put down... Show More Summary
Donald Trump couldn’t get the B-Street Band, but President Obama got The Boss himself.