BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN -- THE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL 1 1973-1984 ($99.99 CD; SONY) You don't own all of Bruce Springsteen's first seven albums. Oh, some of you may think you do, but you don't. Despite his massive popularity and critical acclaim,...Show More Summary
YouTube I've always thought of this as one of the best songs Bruce Springsteen ever wrote -- if not the best. A heartbreaking tale of loss and desperation told in small descriptive moments. I met a little girl and I settled down In a little house out on the edge of...
Danny Clinch has photographed music legends from Bruce Springsteen to Johnny Cash to Keith Richards, and now more than 200 of the iconic moments he's captured are compiled in his new book, Danny Clinch. The photographer spoke with HuffPost...Show More Summary
If you love music, you've probably seen Danny Clinch's work. Over decades of work, he has photographed the likes of Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Tupac, Tom Waits, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Iggy Pop, Jay-Z, and... the list goes on. His...
1. Dr Dre ($620m) 2. Beyoncé ($115m) 3. The Eagles ($100m) 4. Bon Jovi ($82m) 5. Bruce Springsteen ($81m) 6. Justin Bieber ($80m) 7. One Direction ($75m) 8. Paul McCartney ($71m) 9. Calvin Harris ($66m) 10. Toby Keith ($65m) 11. Taylor Swift ($64m) There is more here. Dre did so well from selling a music […]
The music video for Turn Me Up, a single from new wave artist Twin Shadow, from his upcoming album Eclipse. After channeling Bruce Springsteen in his last album, it seems George Lewis Jr. is entering his Roxette phase.
The 2014 Winter Meetings are technically held on Market Place, but it might as well be E Street. SAN DIEGO -- The baseball Winter Meetings are upon us, the annual gathering of executives, agents and reporters from the game in one place for five days. Show More Summary
Dear Boss, You were magnificent the other night -- performing with U2 for World AIDS Day -- and further establishing yourself as the ultimate "guest" lead singer/band leader. And congratulations on another productive and fulfilling year. Show More Summary
Kudos to the artists who quickly filled in for U2 frontman Bono at the recent World AIDS Day event in New York City. Billed on the band's website as "U2 minus one," the quickly announced concert featured Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay's...Show More Summary
White anger's latest murderous turn, fueled by right-wing media, must be addressed head-on, and not by moralizing
DECEMBER 01: TV personality Kris Jenner attends Kim Kardashian raising a toast for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and World AIDS Day at The Abbey on December 1, 2014 DECEMBER 01: Musician Bruce Springsteen performs for World AIDS Day (RED) Concert at Times Square on December 1, 2014 in New York City. Actress Heather Graham […]
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band -- Merry Christmas Baby on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, 2002.
Ian McLagan passed away yesterday in his adopted hometown of Austin. He was 69 years old. The New York Times’ obit focuses on Small Faces and his work with the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry, and Bruce Springsteen, but he also played...Show More Summary
Impressions of musical stars have long been signature acts for "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon. Now his covers of U2's Bono, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and others are playing a part in the show's winning ratings.
Bono is still recovering from a nasty bike accident he sustained while riding in Central Park last month, but that didn't stop U2 from putting on a massive free concert in Times Square in honor of World AIDS Day Monday night. To fill-in for the band's lead singer, the group turned to two men: Coldplay's Chris Martin, and, more importantly, Bruce Springsteen.
Somewhere in Dublin, Bono is currently stuck recovering from last month’s Central Park bicycle accident that forced U2 to cancel a number of appearances. But, with the singer being one of the world’s biggest celebrity activists against AIDS with his (RED) organization, and Dec. Show More Summary
Yesterday afternoon, U2 announced their second big surprise of 2014: In honor of World AIDS Day, they would be playing a free show in Times Square that very night, Bono-less, with Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin filling in for the injured front man, along with performances from special guests Carrie... More »
Remember that time you got into a bike accident and had to get Gene to fill in for you at work for a week? Well, when you're Bono, you can't get just any temp. [ Related: U2 Has To Postpone Tonight Show Residency After Bono Gets Into A Biking Accident! ] So when the injured U2 frontman needed [...]
When you’re walking through Times Square, you’re more likely to get motor-boated by an anthropomorphized M&M than to experience any kind of “magical New York moment.” Yesterday, however, whoever was inexplicably wandering around Times Square was in for the latter (unless you’re among those who consider listening to U2 an experience as rough as getting… Read More