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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie really like Bruce Springsteen, and there's a trail of listserv emails to prove it.
Chris Christie has never let his conservative politics interfere with his love of Bruce Springsteen, and a string of messages from a 15-year-old email listserv unearthed by Politico paint a portrait of the Republican presidential hopeful as an ardent, fawning fanboy. Christie wrote the messages between 1999 and 2000 while working as a...
Chris Christie—unrequited lover of Bruce Springsteen, Governor of New Jersey, and Republican presidential candidate—has a hungry heart. Ignored during his party’s first presidential debate, he was deprived of the opportunity to tell us his dreams and aspirations. Show More Summary
Long before becoming a presidential candidate, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) was a regular on an email listserv for Bruce Springsteen fans. Politico New Jersey revealed Christie's Springsteen fan posts in a story published on Monday. Show More Summary
Featuring songs by Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Cream, and Eurythmics.
In the movie world you would not expect a smallish screening for a movie like Rock the Kasbah to have a night like this, but Bill Murray has great karma. Rock legends turned out in East Hampton Friday night: Sir Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, to start. Show More Summary
Great version of Born to Run on it 40th anniversary.
Colin Hanks-directed film features interviews with Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, and more.
To help commemorate the 40th anniversary of the release of Bruce Springsteen’s magnum opus Born To Run, Rolling Stone has posted a previously unpublished excerpt from an interview conducted back in 2005 with the man himself. The reflective...Show More Summary
August 26 is always a day that occasions me to fall into a reverie. Before the night of August 26, 1978 I was one person. After that night I changed and eventually everything in my life changed. That night had deep reverberations like a church bell whose echoes go on for years. Show More Summary
“Lost amid popular memories of kitsch – of waterbeds and pet rocks, mood rings and self-help books – is the story of a more complicated decade. The enduring sway of Born to Run isn’t just thanks to the music, which stands up strongly, four decades later. It stems also from the unique time and place […]
Darlene Love's new album Introducing Darlene Love - featuring newly written songs by Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Webb, Linda Perry and Steven Van Zandt - is still three weeks from release, but the legendary Wall of Sound singer has released a video for the Elvis Costello-penned single "Forbidden Nights." Be on the lookout for cameos...
With producer Phil Spector, the singer Darlene Love made exactly one timeless pop song, 1963’s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” She sang the song on Letterman every year for almost 30 years. But mostly, she’s spent the the decades since then working as a backup singer. On the new album Introducing Darlene Love, though, she’ll […]
This is the soundtrack of our dry-weather lives in Southern California: TLC's "Waterfalls," Blind Melon's "No Rain," Bruce Springsteen's "The River" and about 100 more H2O-themed ditties playing on an endless loop. That should remind us to take shorter showers and stop washing the cars at home. Show More Summary
VICE and Late Night Library interviewed Alexandra Kleeman about her debut novel You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine. Stream Superchunk's cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run." Stream a new solo song from Kathryn Calder of the New...
I don’t want to let the day end without taking note of the 40th anniversary of “Born to Run,” Bruce Springsteen’s third and best album. I was a 19-year-old Northeastern student in 1975, riding the bus from my hometown of Middleborough to Boston, where I was on co-op working in public relations at the United Way. I’d just […]
Photo by Chris Tuite Today marks the 40th anniversary of Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run. Superchunk honored the album by sharing their cover of the title track. It's an archival clip from the band's 2000 tour with ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead and Crooked Fingers. Show More Summary
"You owe it to yourself to buy this record."
Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" album had its 40th birthday, prompting Chris Christie to rhapsodize about all the people he told to shut up in the summer of '75. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is letting former Virginia Gov. Show More Summary