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Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen (September 23, 1949 - ) is a songwriter and musician who has recorded and toured with the E Street Band. Springsteen has sold more than 65 million albums in the United States.
Bruce Springsteen (September 23, 1949 - ) is a songwriter and musician who has recorded and toured with the E Street Band. Springsteen has sold more than 65 million albums in the United States. « Show less

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  • Sting at Broadway's 'The Last Ship' Opening: 'I Was Infected'

    Broadway musical "The Last Ship" is full of Sting's music, but the opening night crowd got something most audiences don't: Sting himself singing it. The musician took to the stage during the curtain call of the Oct. 26 opening night performance to...
  • Jennifer Hudson joins Concert for Valor

    Jennifer Hudson joins Concert for Valor
    Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson will be among the performers at the Concert for Valor on Veterans Day, HBO announced Tuesday. The concert on the National Mall in Washington will feature the Black Keys, Eminem, Dave Grohl, Jessie J, Metallica, Rihanna,...
  • Joe Ely: Satisfied ('for the time being') and coming to Hampton

    Joe Ely: Satisfied ('for the time being') and coming to Hampton
    On the title song of his most recent studio album, Joe Ely sings, "It's been a long time comin', but I'm satisfied at last."  But don't get any wrong ideas. The peripatetic Texas singer-songwriter, whose travels will bring him to the Hampton Taphouse...
  • William Gibson coaxes the future out of the present

     William Gibson coaxes the future out of the present
    "I wanted buzzwords," William Gibson says of his early writing ambitions. "I wanted buzz-neologisms, really." He scored with "cyberspace," the term he coined in a short story and popularized in his 1984 novel "Neuromancer," to describe, well — never...
  • Review: Patti Smith's great music, grand theater

    Review: Patti Smith's great music, grand theater
    It was fitting that Patti Smith performed on All Souls' Day. The high priestess of punk has always exuded a mystical aura. Her two shows on Sunday at the Old Town School of Folk Music celebrated a number of folks who have passed on. Accompanied by...
  • Bob Dylan to be named MusiCares Person of the Year

    Bob Dylan to be named MusiCares Person of the Year
    Bob Dylan will be honored as the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year ahead of next year’s Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy and MusiCares Foundation announced Tuesday. Dylan will receive the honor during MusiCares' 25th annual gala dinner and...
  • Eighth Annual Stand Up for Vets Benefit Expands to Dozens of NYC Venues

    In 2007, "stand up for heroes," a benefit for the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which helps injured veterans, debuted at the 1,400-seat Town Hall during the New York Comedy Festival. The event soon moved to the 2,800-seat Beacon Theatre. By last year "Stand...
  • 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me' is better as goodbye than hello

    'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me' is better as goodbye than hello
    *** (out of four) “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” made me ashamed to only know the titular country singer as the guy behind “Rhinestone Cowboy.” Because: >> He recorded with Frank Sinatra, Elvis and the Beach Boys >> After...
  • You need to hear Chuck Prophet

    You need to hear Chuck Prophet
    My relationship with the fellow, such as it is, began on a slightly edgy note. "Heading out to see Chuck Prophet at FitzGerald's," I tweeted in February of 2010. "Very curious, based on what little I've heard. Not sure 'Prophet' is his given name, tho."...
  • Review: 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me'

    Review: 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me'
    In 2011, while country crooner and legendary guitarist Glen Campbell prepared to tour in support of his latest album, his family revealed that he had received a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Remarkably, the Campbells not only proceeded with a "Goodbye...
  • Jon Stewart on 'Rosewater' Artisans: Great Work in 'Bananas' Conditions

    Jon Stewart makes his bigscreen writing and directing debut on Open Road's "Rosewater," which was shot for $5 million in Jordan. The results are great, and Stewart is quick to credit his artisan collaborators: "They not only were the safety net; they...