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Bruce Springsteen to Honor Pete Townshend for Addiction Charity Work

Bruce Springsteen will present Pete Townshend with the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award for his work supporting the MusiCares MAP Fund — a charity that assists musicians with addiction recovery — at a special benefit concert set for May 28th at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. Townshend will also perform at the concert with...

Jets coach Todd Bowles loves singing in the shower.

last weekSports : Deadspin

Jets coach Todd Bowles loves singing in the shower. Also, to the dismay of most of the NFL media, his favorite Jersey-born musician is not Bruce Springsteen. Read more...

Exquisite Live Performance by the Ruth Moody Band: "Dancing in the Dark"

YouTube The Ruth Moody Band "Dancing in the Dark" (Bruce Springsteen) Recorded Live, April 2013 Victoria, BC Ruth Moody: voice, guitar Adrian Dolan: viola, voice Adam Dobres: mandolin Sam Howard: bass, voice Directed and edited by Matt...Show More Summary

8 Questions On Sweaty Make Outs, Emojis, And Favorite Songs With Matthew Koma

Matthew Koma is an artist and the artist working alongside your favorite artists: he’s written and produced for the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Shania Twain, Alesso, Britney Spears, Tiesto, Sebastian Ingrosso (of the Swedish House Mafia, if you’re perpetually clueless…

See Rare Photos of The Police, LL Cool J, & More in a New Photography Exhibition

"LL Cool J 8th Avenue and 33rd Street 1997" ©Lynn Goldsmith/courtesy of Morrison Hotel Gallery From Bruce Springsteen in a shop full of hubcaps to Debbie Harry in her skimpiest skivvies, photographer Lynn Goldsmith has seen it all—and captured the photo to prove it. Show More Summary

The Staves cover Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire” with Justin Vernon — watch

English sisters share the stage once more with the producer of their latest album, If I Was.

Concert Review: Nellie McKay At The Deer Head Inn

Nellie McKay is one of those artists you’ll be glad you saw on the way up (like catching Bruce Springsteen in a small club, which I happened to do in 1973). This is because McKay’s star is burning brightly these days and she is going to be very big. McKay (pronounced mick-kai) detonated her vocal [...]Show More Summary

Meryl Streep Covers Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Lady Gaga in New Film

Meryl Streep recorded live cover versions of Bruce Springsteen's "My Love Will Not Let You Down," Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' "American Girl," Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" and nine other hits for the Jonathan Demme-directed family drama Ricki and the Flash, Entertainment Weekly reports. The film, out August 7th, stars...

This Week In Photography Books: Roger Eberhard

by Jonathan Blaustein I met Bruce Springsteen a long time ago. When I still lived in New Jersey. Back when he was a GOD. It must have been 1992, or thereabouts. I was working in a restaurant in Sea Bright. Down the Shore. The joint was built right upon a brackish inlet, across the street […]

Classic rock and the big arena show: Who will pack the stadiums when the legacy acts retire?

The Stones, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen -- these guys can't play on the road forever. What then?

Flashback: Ben Stiller Plays Springsteen as a Puff Daddy Fanatic

Ben Stiller is a man of many talents. He's not only a brilliant comedic actor, but he also writes screenplays and directs some of his own movies. His most impressive skill, however, might be his ability to impersonate Bruce Springsteen. He had a recurring bit on The Ben Stiller Show...

Frank Sinatra: All or Nothing at All on HBO

Bruce Springsteen's voice sets the tone for Alex Gibney's riveting documentary portrait of Frank Sinatra: All or Nothing at All. "The Boss" says, I first heard him when my mom and I used to hunt down my dad in New Jersey saloons. Hear that? His mother would say. Show More Summary

11 Questions: Mad Men’s Christopher Stanley on Bruce Springsteen and digging ditches

An actor who’s played a cop in everything from Brooklyn South to NYPD Blue, Christopher Stanley thankfully landed a different government job in Mad Men. There, Stanley plays Henry Francis, Betty’s somewhat buttoned-up husband and a mover and shaker in the New York political community. Show More Summary

Hear This: Bat For Lashes affixes a female gaze onto a Springsteen standard

In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re talking about songs that were originally created by men but were better covered by women. Bat For Lashes, “I’m On Fire” (2006) The way Bruce Springsteen sings it, “I’m On Fire” is the sound of the big bad wolf serenading his prey. Show More Summary

Coffee Shop Culture: A Sense of Community

Before “Born To Run” was played at a 1988 concert, Bruce Springsteen was candid with the crowd. He wrote “Born To Run” in his bedroom in Long Branch, New Jersey, when he was 24 years old. “The questions I asked myself in this song, it seems like I’ve been trying to find the answers to them […]

Late Night FDL: Fortunate Son

Bruce Springsteen w. John Fogerty - Fortunate Son John Fogerty has announced his new memoir; Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music...

Moose, elk hunting season authorized by state Senate panel

last monthNews : NY Daily News

Bruce Springsteen sang of 'Hunter of Invisible Game' — and a state Senate committee took his words to heart Tuesday.

“Because the Night” Belongs to Vivian: Links You Need to See

Did you know Patti Smith’s “Because the Night” — arguably one of her most accessible pieces — actually began as a Bruce Springsteen song that he wrote and rejected? The A.V. Club, in their column “Hear This,” has this week set its focus on songs written by men that women interpreted better. … Read More

Hear This: Patti Smith turned one of Bruce Springsteen’s cast-offs into a fiery classic

In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re talking about songs that were originally created by men but were better covered by women. Patti Smith, “Because The Night” (1978) I learned that...Show More Summary

Why Music Fans Need to See Colin Hanks’ Tower Records Doc ‘All Things Must Pass’

AUSTIN, TX: “Everybody in a record store is your friend for 20 minutes or so,” Bruce Springsteen announces in … Read More

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