Beck, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, the Wallflowers’ Jakob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band keyboardist Roy Bittan, Goldfrapp’s Davide Rossi, and a bunch of other musicians formed a one-off supergroup yesterday, performing a medley of covers at a fundraiser for the Malibu Boys And Girls Club. Watch footage of the […]
Earlier today, video surfaced of Beck and Coldplay’s Chris Martin leading a supergroup of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, the Wallflowers’ Jakob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band keyboardist Roy Bittan, Goldfrapp’s Davide Rossi, more through a medley of covers. Show More Summary
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You’d imagine that any producer, director, and film would jump on the opportunity to include a Bruce Springsteen in their production. But the musical icon has revealed that the team behind Harry Potter rejected a track that he’d written for the blockbuster, which was entitled “I’ll Stand By You Always”. Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen has achieved plenty of milestones in his career--but one that never quite came to fruition was the opportunity to have one of his original songs included in the Harry Potter movies.
Bruce Springsteen wrote “American Skin (41 Shots)” about the 1999 New York police shooting death of Guinean immigrant Amadou Diallo, but unfortunately, it’s more relevant today than ever. During Mary J. Blige’s recent Apple Music-sponsored interview with Hillary Clinton — yes, that happened, and it was weird — she sang part of the song while […]
Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar unite for a moving cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “American Skin (41 Shots)”, a protest song written in the wake of the murder of Amadou Diallo by the NYPD in 1999. Mary famously performed the song for Hillary Clinton during their interview for the Apple Music show The 411 and […]
Click here for reuse options! "[Donald Trump]'s going to lose... And he’s such a flagrant, toxic narcissist that he wants to take down the entire democratic system with him." In an interview with Channel 4 in Britain, the legendary musician Bruce Springsteen shared his thoughts on the race. Show More Summary
Sans any awkward hand holding with Hillary Clinton.
Try to imagine the frog choir singing Springsteen (Warner Bros.) I am not saying anything bad about Bruce Springsteen. But I do think that his style, amidst all the grade-A Britishness that Harry Potter exudes, might have been a little jarring. More »
Who has the gall to turn down the Boss, you ask? None other than Harry Potter. Bruce Springsteen has revealed he wrote a song for the franchise during its early days. Unfortunately, the Academy Award-winning musician’s personal ballad went unused, but he still hopes we’ll hear it in a theater one day. Show More Summary
I am not saying anything bad about Bruce Springsteen. But I do think that his style, amidst all the grade-A Britishness that Harry Potter exudes, might have been a little jarring. Read more...
Yer not a fan of the Boss, Harry. During a recent interview on BBC Radio 2, Bruce Springsteen was asked to confirm a story about his not-so glory days. Apparently, the Boss wrote a song for the “Harry Potter” movies, but Hogwarts rejected him. “That is true,” he confirmed. Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen: rock icon, working-class hero, and apparently, wannabe Harry Potter songwriter. In an interview with BBC Radio 2’s Simon Mayo, Springsteen confirmed the longtime rumor that he had written a song for Harry Potter, one that (obviously) never made it into any of the movies. Show More Summary
It never made it into the movies
For years, rumors swirled of a Bruce Springsteen song, “I’ll Stand by You Always,” written for the Harry Potter films. Now, he’s confirmed its existence—hear him discuss the song below. “It’s pretty good!” Springsteen told BBC Radio 2’s Simon Mayo. Show More Summary
What's become clear increasingly about Donald trump during America's presidential election is that the man really doesn't care about the people he hurts, or the damage his comments cause. As Bruce Springsteen says Trump is such a 'toxic, narcissist' that it's all water off a duck's back to him - whether he's talking about women or 'rigged' elections. Show More Summary
When you think of folks who could have contribute to the Harry Potter franchise, Bruce Springsteen probably doesn't come to mind. Well, as weird as it may sound, he did almost contribute to the movies.
The Harry Potter series contains a lot of different kinds of stories. There’s the coming-of-age stuff where a boy is thrust into a world he doesn’t fully understand, traditional good-versus-evil bits, and even a little high school drama for color. Show More Summary