Courteney Cox rose to fame first with her appearance in the music video for Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing in the Dark” and has remained in the public spotlight ever since, but that doesn’t mean she’s comfortable being under a constant spotlight. Show More Summary
Choosing the five best songs from a legend like Bruce Springsteen is a difficult task, especially because there are so many to choose from. Some think his material before his blockbuster Born in the USA album is his best, but his hits after his commercial peak also shine. Show More Summary
As Bruce Springsteen tells us, American Honey wants to Dream Baby Dream. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
“‘Face in the Moon’ was written in a 15 minute flash after a week of lovelorn, sleepless nights watching space conspiracy documentaries and listening to Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska & REM’s Murmur.” – Greta Morgan Fuck yeah!!! Well, not the lovelorn and not sleeping stuff. That sucks. But an album inspired by a deliriously tired woman [...]
With their record-breaking performances in Rio de Janeiro, Katie Ledecky and Simone Biles joined swimmers Amy Van Dyken (1996) and Missy Franklin (2012) as the only American women to win four gold medals in a single Olympics. Ledecky, it turns out, is a member of a similarly exclusive club, one that also includes Jimmy Fallon, the Bob Woodruff Foundation and Rolling Stone […]
Bruce Springsteen will leave you feeling haunted in the beautiful new trailer for the upcoming indie drama, American Honey.
The new American Honey trailer features the stirring Bruce Springsteen anthem Dream Baby Dream, in theaters this fall.
A24 has released the new trailer from writer/director Andrea Arnold's upcoming film American Honey, starring Sasha Lane, Shia LaBeouf and Riley Keough. The trailer features Bruce Springsteen anthem "Dream Baby Dream". Overflowing with...Show More Summary
New Jersey’s Toy Cars is a band that seems to fit into the state’s rock ‘n’ roll lineage. The band writes songs about cruising freeways like Bruce Springsteen did back in the day, but with the slight punk stomp that made The Gaslight Anthem famous. Show More Summary
"I come from a boardwalk town where almost everything is tinged with a bit of fraud," the rocker writes.
Today, Pitchfork.tv presents a brand new episode of “Over/Under,” the interview series in which artists are given a series of topics to evaluate as overrated or underrated. This episode features YG, who released his sophomore album,Show More Summary
Upcoming record was inspired by Bruce Springsteen and The Cure.
Uncle Joe kicks it to Bruce Springsteen, Sam Smith, Coldplay, Adele, Lady Gaga, and more.
Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill Biden have just shared their summer 2016 playlist. The fifteen-song playlist includes songs from Bruce Springsteen, Adele, Lady Gaga, the Beatles, Sam Smith, Coldplay, Tina Turner, Frank Sinatra, and more. Show More Summary
Julien Baker covered Bruce Springsteen’s “Badlands” (from 1978's Darkness on the Edge of Town) during a backstage performance at last month's Newport Folk Festival. Baker said that “It’s a song that always makes me feel better because...Show More Summary
Julien Baker’s impressive rise has been fast and totally deserved. Her debut LP, Sprained Ankle, is one of the most heartbreaking and human albums that came out last year, and since its release she’s been touring nonstop. Baker’s live performance is nothing short of remarkable; I saw her open for El Vy shortly before Sprained […]
Julien Baker's original songs are heartbreaking, but she's also got a real knack for putting her own personal spin on other people's songs. We've already heard her cover Jawbreaker, Elliott Smith, and Death Cab for Cutie, and today she's released a take on Bruce Springsteen's "Badlands"... Continue reading…
Bruce Springsteen’s early albums Born to Run and Greetings from Asbury Park were staples of my high school and college years, and I played many of his ‘80s hits on the radio. But I just learned plenty that I didn’t already know about the Boss. Show More Summary
Echoes of Bruce Springsteen on this single from the singer’s eighth album, Stay Gold.