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HBO will debut its latest Bruce Springsteen documentary, Bruce Springsteen’s High Hopes, on Friday, April 4 at 9:30 PM ET/PT. The half-hour docu, from Grammy-and-Emmy winning filmmaker Thom Zimny, chronicles the making of Springsteen’s 18th studio album; it premieres on HBO two days before the start of his North American tour. Show More Summary
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN’S HIGH HOPES, chronicling the making of his 18th studio album, will debut FRIDAY, APRIL 4
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Bruce Springsteen is on some sort of world tour and he was in New Zealand last week. During a stop at Auckland’s Mt. Smart Stadium The Boss did a cover of a local favorite — Lorde’s Royals. It was acoustic and bluesy. It was also awesome. The crowd seemed to appreciate it, at least the(...)
It feels like everybody and their mother has covered “Royals,” and now that you can add Bruce Springsteen to the… Read More
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You know you’re a big deal when The Boss starts performing your songs! Bruce Springsteen was getting ready to start his second live show EVER in New Zealand, but nothing could kick it off quite like this! The legendary singer-songwriter gave a nod to New Zealand native, and fabulous person, Lorde by singing an acoustic version of [...]
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Bruce Springsteen opened his March 1 concert at Auckland, New Zealand, by covering Lorde‘s “Royals.” His solo, acoustic version contained a few choice edits — you can call him King Bee, for one — and would stray from the original’s melody, but it also showed why he related overall to the Pure Heroine anthem. Springsteen... More »
Bruce Springsteen kicked off his show in Auckland, New Zealand Saturday with a nod to the country’s beloved teenage star, Lorde. He strutted on stage and busted out a crackly rendition of her Grammy-winning song “Royals.” Springsteen...Show More Summary
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Post by Julie Ryan Evans. Here's something you simply can't imagine until you actually see and hear it for yourself -- Bruce Springsteen, 64, singing teen sensation Lorde's song "Royals." Fans in Auckland, New Zealand, were there toShow More Summary
By Michael J.W. Stickings Yesterday, Bruce Springsteen, with the E Street Band, performed in New Zealand for the first time in over a decade, and he chose to open the show with a cover of one of the biggest songs ever to come out ofShow More Summary
Bruce Springsteen sang "Royals" in Aukland, New Zealand! Watch the video here: The post Bruce Springsteen – Royals – Lorde Cover – Video appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
There's no denying that breakout artist Lorde has her own distinct sound, and Bruce Springsteen really didn't even try to replicate it when he covered her smash hit "Royals," at a concert in Auckland, New Zealand recently. It was a bold...Show More Summary
It may never have crossed your mind that New Jersey’s golden son would cover this year's Grammy song of the year, but that's exactly what Bruce Springsteen did in New Zealand. At a recent concert in Auckland, the Boss honored hometown darling Lorde by singing his own, rather gruff version... More »
Lorde's hit song, "Royals," has many renditions on YouTube, but none quite like Bruce Springsteen's. The Boss sang the New Zealand pop star's single Saturday at his concert in Auckland, N.Z. Bruce played it without the band, and rocked it with an acoustic guitar and harmonica. Show More Summary