Facebook has signed a licensing pact with Global Music Rights (GMR), a music rights management company that represents the likes of Pharrell Williams, Bruno Mars, Drake, and Bruce Springsteen. Notably, GMR was founded by music mogulShow More Summary
Music is great as a form of expression and a way to unwind. However, you need to put in work if you want to see results. No one, whether it’s Beethoven or Bruce Springsteen, became accomplished without putting in the necessary time to learn their instrument. Show More Summary
The mayor and a majority of council members in the New Jersey city that's featured in Bruce Springsteen songs are open to allowing the sale of marijuana if the state … Click to Continue »
This has been a strong year for Americana — country’s alternative, roots-focused cousin. While Jason Isbell has finally made his way into the mainstream consciousness as the South’s answer to Bruce Springsteen, artists like Nikki Lane and Margo Price have been making country music cool with their tattoos, Stetsons, and East ... More »
He tweeted a cryptic quote following the show on Friday.
The star-filled premiere of Daniel Day Lewis' final flick “Phantom Thread” included guitarist Stevie Van Zandt and his wife Maureen.
Surely Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt knew that enjoying a quiet lunch in Manhattan was unlikely, but they gave it a shot anyway.
The power of individual performers redeemed 2017, a theatrical year overrun with flotsam and jetsam but one that at least gave us Bette Midler and Bruce Springsteen in unforgettable form on Broadway. Star charisma is nothing to be sneezed at. But how rare it is when actors and singers find roles...
Say this for the Golden Globes: Nowhere else is Nick Jonas likely to be nominated for an award taken home in recent years by the likes of U2 and Bruce Springsteen. A former boy-band heartthrob who can still measure his success in squeals, Jonas is up for best original song with “Home,” his thumping...
Sounds like: Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, Susan Tedeschi What's so good? The Sue Menhart Band is out with "Moving On," a tribute to life's rhythms and the bonding love of family. The band wrote this song together in their basement...Show More Summary
The compilation To the Outside of Everything: Story of UK Post-Punk 1977-1981 looks fascinating. Archival releases include Bob Dylan's The Legendary Broadcasts: 1985-1993, Bruce Springsteen's Acoustic Radio Broadcast Collection, and vinyl editions of three Beastie Boys albums (Hot Sauce...
Johnny Hallyday wasn't Elvis Presley — he was Bruce Springsteen with a right-wing Gallic twist.
From the Hollywood Reporter: Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon channeled Bruce Springsteen on Monday night to address the recent guilty plea by Michael Flynn to lying under oath to the FBI special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian investigation. Show More Summary
The audiobook of Bruce Springsteen's autobiography Born To Run is narrated by Bruce himself. It kicks off with a bizarre, unexpected noise: a slow thundering torrent, familiar but eerily transformed. This is the opening of the greatShow More Summary
Jimmy Fallon does a great impression of Bruce Springsteen singing his parody song "Robert Mueller's Comin' to Town."
Our chief theater critics on their favorites this year, from “Bruce Springsteen on Broadway” to a host of playwrights tackling life’s chaos.
“You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not lie to the FBI."
Be sure to set out a glass of milk and a print-out of any emails containing evidence of collusion with the Russians this year: Robert Mueller is going to shimmy down all of our chimneys this December. Last night on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon busted out his still-very-impressive impersonation ... More »
“He’s making a list of naughty and nice/He’s gonna find out just who to indict”
Jimmy Fallon doesn’t often dive into politics on his late night show, but made an exception tonight, when Bruce Springsteen (aka Fallon) debuted the new holiday classic, “Robert Mueller’s Comin’ To Town”: You better watch out You better...Show More Summary