Sounds like: Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Tom Petty, Ben Kweller What's so good? Riding high off the success of his 16th studio album, Prisoner, Ryan Adams is back with another glorious cover, this time tackling Bruce Springsteen's "Streets...Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen’s prolific career has birthed many musical offspring in his image, but none quite like his long lost son Ryan Adams. There are many resemblances – their blue-collar ethos, that strained vocal cracking, the very fact that Adams covered Taylor Swift’s 1989 in the spirit of Nebraska – none ... More »
A man who never met a song by someone else he didn’t want to try and tackle, Ryan Adams’s latest is Bruce Springsteen’s “Streets of Philadelphia.” Read more...
BBC Radio 6 is celebrating the year 1994 on Friday, and in anticipation of the day's festivities, they've recruited Ryan Adams to cover Bruce Springsteen's "Streets Of Philadelphia," one of the year's most iconic singles. Adams strips down the original’s synth-wave balladry to a bare acoustic-whisper, resembling something that could have seamlessly appeared on his…
As part of BBC 6 Music's celebration of all things 1994.
Police executing a drug raid have recovered a stolen piece of stolen pop art depicting Bruce Springsteen.
Officers found the metal cutout of Springsteen after searching an apartment in Asbury Park, N.J. earlier this month.
Cutting class doesn't get better than this! An Australian teen had the night of his life when he was pulled up on stage to perform one of his favorite songs with Bruce Springsteen at his Brisbane, Australia, concert on Thursday night. Show More Summary
While performing in Brisbane, Australia, the legendary Bruce Springsteen noticed Nathan Testa, a teenage audience member who was holding up a sign indicating that he skipped school, but wanted play the classic teenage anthem “Growin’ Up” with the band. Springsteen read the sign aloud then invited Testa up on stage to play the requested song. […]
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity came around a second time for Australian teen Nathan Testa when Bruce Springsteen pulled him on stage to play “Growin’ Up” at a show in Brisbane, Australia, last Thursday. Springsteen, who frequently invites young fans to perform with him during shows, invited Testa onstage once before, when ... More »
The Boss likes this Auss.
For the record, Bruce Springsteen is probably a big fan of school. We're sure he'd encourage every young person to attend many years of school and graduate from both high school and college. However, 14-year old Nathan Testa was in attendance...Show More Summary
An Australian teen got the rock-and-roll lesson of a lifetime when he was tutored by none other than Bruce Springsteen on stage in front of thousands of people. Nathan Testa, 14, was at The Boss’ show at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre...Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen played in Brisbane Thursday night. A teenager held up a sign that said he was missing school for the concert, and could he play "Growin' Up"? Springsteen called him up on stage to play. Fifteen-year-old Nathan Testa knew the song, and well. Show More Summary
Just getting up close to Bruce Springsteen would be enough for many fans, but this kid got to play alongside him and scored a few guitar tips too. The Boss is on tour in Australia, where he played in Brisbane on Thursday. In betweenShow More Summary
And it's the same kid he brought up on the same stage four years ago.
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene No one can ever accuse Eric Church of a shoddy work ethic. On Thursday, the neo-outlaw country star took a cue from musical idol Bruce Springsteen with a 39-song set that laughed...