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...
On 8 February 2017, The Observer published an open letter ostensibly from musician Bruce Springsteen concerning the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, titled “A Letter of Apology from Bruce Springsteen for Letting Trump Win”: My name is Bruce Springsteen, and one day soon, when the windows of your mosques are smashed … Continued
despite the iconography of the Harry Potter score, it now sounds like The Sorcerer's Stone almost included some more contemporary sounding songs on its soundtrack -- including a track from Bruce Springsteen.
Here's what happens when everyone is carrying a camera with them all the time. And then share them on an internet forum. Redditor 0thethethe0 went to the Bruce Springsteen concert in Sydney last week and got the selfie of a lifetime....Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen is a Harry Potter fan. Perhaps the boss isn’t a Potterhead, but he enjoyed reading J.K. Rowling‘s stories to his son, Sam, enough to want to go out of his way and write an original song for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Show More Summary
And we’re going to suffer through it it together. Read more...
Yer not a wizard, Bruce. In further proof that Bruce Springsteen’s Hogwarts letter got permanently lost in the mail, his rejected Harry Potter song, “I’ll Stand by You Always,” has apparently been unleashed on the internet. Last year, Springsteen admitted that he wrote an “uncharacteristic” ballad for his eldest son, ... More »
Back in 2001, Bruce Springsteen wrote a theme song for the Harry Potter movies, but it was rejected. The long-standing rumor was confirmed by the Boss last year, and the song itself has finally surfaced after 16 years underground. It's called "I'll Stand By You," and Ultimate Classic Rock says it was found in a…
Piano ballad failed to cast a spell on the folks behind the Harry Potter franchise, and we can see why.