bruce springsteen and the e street band

Memorizing "Rosalita" happened over time: first a few trips, then a few days, then weeks, then years, all riding passenger side by my dad as he drove me from lacrosse games to choir practices, teaching me most everything I needed to know about the ups and downs of life through disc after disc of rock and roll.
Dear Bruce Springsteen: You've been with me through some thrilling highs and also stuck with me through some extreme lows.
Her beef with the Grammy-winning legend? "Saxophones don't belong in rock 'n' roll. They just don't belong." Love justifies
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed at the March Madness Music Festival in Dallas over the weekend, and Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen became the latest musician to honor Trayvon Martin this week, according to the New Jersey Star-Ledger.
Bruce Springsteen became the latest musician to honor Trayvon Martin this week, according to the New Jersey Star-Ledger. The
This tour, which began in March and has now taken in venues in this country (with more to come after a short break) and in Europe, has now become a three-and-a-half-hour-plus extravaganza every night.
Watch Springsteen's cover of "The Weight" above. Check out "Bishop Danced" -- which was never on a proper album and only
Sing it, Bruce! "Wrecking Ball," which draws inspiration from the Occupy movement, hits stores on March 6th. Shot in both
It's not warm right now in New York, but it can't compare to the cold of Norway. I'm going to let him talk about it but, basically
Bruce Springsteen is back, and this time the Boss is coming out strong for the working class. "I been stumbling on good hearts
"He gets into economic justice quite a bit," a source with knowledge of the upcoming album told The Hollywood Reporter. "It's
It seemed most baby boomer rockers retired in 2011. Turns out they were just catching their breath (and maybe waiting for
By now, it's almost impossible to remember a time when local radio stations weren't blasting Christmas/winter/secular-Santa
Working their way through twenty-six songs, Springsteen and the E Street Band brought their rock anthems to Southern California for the second of a two night stint.