Following news that Jonathan Demme passed away today, some of the musicians he worked with throughout his career have penned tributes to the late director. Bruce Springsteen worked with Demme on the music video for “Streets of Philadelphia” from the award-winning film. Show More Summary
For good reason, several of pop music’s greatest visionaries — Neil Young, David Byrne, Bruce Springsteen, the Pretenders — turned to filmmaker Jonathan Demme when they wanted to put their work on a big screen. It wasn’t simply because of Demme’s estimable film resume, which includes “Silence of...
"Philadelphia," directed by Jonathan Demme, who died Wednesday, was the first major studio release to address the AIDS crisis and won Oscars for Tom Hanks and Bruce Springsteen in 1994. "Though it is going where books, plays, television movies and independent films have all gone before, having...
The prolific filmmaker also worked with a slew of iconic musicians, from Bruce Springsteen to Neil Young to the Talking Heads.
Bruce Springsteen made a surprise appearance at the Asbury Park Music And Film Festival in New Jersey last night, taking part in a two-hour jam session with longtime E Street Band member Steve Van Zandt and veteran Jersey rocker Southside Johnny to celebrate the historic Upstage Club. "The Upstage was our university," Van Zandt told…
Bruce Springsteen took part in a two-hour jam session during a surprise appearance at a film festival in his home state of New Jersey.
New York Times: “Barack Obama’s extended post-presidential vacation is about to end. After spending weeks in French Polynesia — including time on the yacht of the movie mogul David Geffen along with Bruce Springsteen, Tom Hanks and Oprah Winfrey — [...]
There aren’t many things more annoying than a Bruce Springsteen fan, besides The Boss himself. With a long history of being one of those acts who opines about politics while on stage to his captive audience, The Boss is an unabashed progressive Democrat. Show More Summary
Rock icon Bruce Springsteen and his pal and collaborator, Joe Grushecky, whipped up a protest song about President Donald Trump. The song, released on April 19 on the Sirius-XM Radio channel E-Street, is called “That’s What Makes UsShow More Summary
His collaboration with musician Joe Gruschecky is called 'That's What Makes Us Great.'
The legend throws major shade on “conman” Trump with his latest collaboration.
What happens with Oprah, stays with Oprah. At least when you’re on vacation together in French Polynesia. The media mogul recently sailed away on a star-studded vacation with Barack and Michelle Obama, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Scialfa, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson. Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen has had a busy week. After vacationing with Oprah, the Obamas and other celebrity guests aboard billionaire David Geffen’s yacht, the man of the people released a protest song calling Donald Trump a “conman.”
The rock star released a new song targeting the President
Legendary singer Bruce Springsteen released a new collaboration Wednesday with his rock musician friend Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers named “That’s What Makes Us Great.” Springsteen and Grushecky both have given their vocals for the protest anthem, which aims at President Donald...
You’ve got to buy it to hear it. The buzz started last night, I was getting e-mail, how Joe Grushecky and Bruce Springsteen had collaborated on a new protest song, entitled “That’s What Makes Us Great.” There were even lyrics! So I woke up this morning ready to click to hear… And I found news […]