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
Apparently they don’t teach music appreciation at Hogwarts.
There’s been a longstanding rumor that Bruce Springsteen wrote a song intended for the Harry Potter movies that was rejected. He recorded it in the summer of 2001, so a few months before Sorcerer’s Stone came out in theaters, and it was called “I’ll Stand By You Always.” Springsteen confirmed that the rumor was true […]
"Harry Potter" fans may be wishing they had use of Hermione's time-turner today, after Bruce Springsteen revealed that he wrote an original song specifically for a "Potter" flick -- and filmmakers never used it. The singer-songwriter...Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen might be the undisputed king of New Jersey, but the producers behind the Harry Potter films clearly weren't charmed enough by the Boss's reign. During an interview on Simon Mayo's BBC Radio 2 show on Thursday, Springsteen confirmed the long-standing rumor that he a wrote a song specifically ... More »
Bruce Springsteen thinks Donald Trump is "toxic" — though he predicts he won't actually make it to the Oval Office. "He's going to lose," the New Jersey rocker told UK's Channel 4 News of Trump's presidential run. "And he knows that....Show More Summary
INTRODUCTIONS ARE IN ORDER - American rock & roll. It's a genre that's thrived for more than 50 years, fueled by a long line of true believers — from Buddy Holly to Tom Petty to Bruce Springsteen — with electric guitars in their hands and stages beneath their feet. Show More Summary
“He’s such a flagrant, toxic narcissist.” That's Bruce Springsteen's view of @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/jHNrLZIXQr — Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) October 18, 2016 At this point, it seems exceedingly unlikely that Donald Trump will win the 2016 presidential election and become the so-called leader of the free world. Show More Summary
Chris Christie must be devastated.
He went after Trump for wanting "to take down the entire democratic system with him if he goes" and having "no sense of decency."
Bob Dylan recorded his first LP for Columbia Records 55 years ago next month. John Hammond, the legendary Columbia producer responsible for discovering Bruce Springsteen, Billie Holliday and Aretha Franklin among others, signed the adenoidal wunderkind. Just a few weeks earlier, New York Times...
The self-awareness Bruce Springsteen reveals in his autobiography, Born to Run, is a good lesson for fellow artists, be they musicians, painters or filmmakers. Such awareness is is also relevant to the rest of us, especially those in leadership positions.
The fall of the Berlin Wall has been attributed to lots of things, from Mikhail Gorbachev's reforms and Ronald Reagan's famous plea to the ineptitude of the Politiburo and the collective courage of the East German protesters. But there's...Show More Summary
EVEN BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN ISN’T IMMUNE FROM CONQUEST’S FIRST LAW OF POLITICS: Springteen’s experiences in his early bands taught him he preferred total control, and he formed his own backing band for his little hit-making factory, a nifty, tight, hard-rocking outfit that eventually evolved into The E Street Band. But make no mistake, the band served […]
"No voice is greater than Dylan's," proclaims Waits.