Friday, 14 October 2011

Bruce Springsteen will prform for a second straight year at Soldiers and Sailor Memorial Hall

Bruce Springsteen with Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers will prform for a second straight year at Soldiers and Sailor Memorial Hall in Pittsburgh on Thurs., Nov. 3 and Fri., Nov. 4, the shows will begin at 7:30 p.m.

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While Springsteen joined to perform with Grushecky at two concerts in Pittsburgh on Nov. 4 and Nov 5, 2010, at the same venue.

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Bruce Springsteen will perform at the Stand Up for Heroes benefit

Bruce Springsteen will be perform on Wednesday, November 9 at the Beacon Theatre in New York City heroes stand to benefit.

will be the fifth straight year, in Springsteen's Festival.
New York Comedy Festival to benefit the Bob Woodruff Foundation. Max Weinberg on the bill are Big Band, John Stewart, Ricky Gervais and Jim Gaffigan.

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Bruce performed three songs on previous year at the benefit: "Open All Night" (with Roy Bittan and the Max Weinberg Big Band), "Kitty's Back" (with Roy Bittan and the Max Weinberg Big Band) and "If I Should Fall Behind" (with Patti Scialfa).

Springsteen's second appearance for this fall is announced. 60th birthday celebration on October 1 in the setting they will also be running, the Beacon Theatre.

And when there is no official news yet, before the end of 2011 a new Springsteen album and tour in 2012 was the rumors.

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Bruce Springsteen stood for Govenor of New Jersey

A new poll has suggested that Bruce Springsteen romp home to victory, he stood for Govenor of New Jersey.

Public Policy Polling survey in the U.S. state's Republican incumbent Chris Christie, The Boss was put forward. Although the pair tied on 42 per cent of the vote, Springsteen came out with much higher favourability ratings.

Reporting the findings on its blog,, the pollster said it carried out the research "just for fun", adding: "Springsteen has favourability numbers any politician would die for."

Springsteen most recently political and Asbury Park Press newspaper in New Jersey wrote to Christie's to voice their views on budget cuts is known.

The Boss said, "The cuts are eating away at the lower edges of the middle class, not just those already classified as in poverty, and are likely to continue to get worse".

Friday, 13 May 2011

Bruce Springsteen - live photos in 2011

Friday, 29 April 2011

Bruce Springsteen and the American Soul: Essays on the Songs and Influence of a Cultural Icon

A cultural icon of songs and influence articles on: David Gellman, DePauw University associate professor of history and interim president of the department's new book, Bruce Springsteen and the soul of America contributes an article.

By David Garrett Izzo Edited, wrote the title and chapter is published by McFarland. Dr. Gellman, "Going Nowhere: Bruce, the Beatles, Neil Young, Talking Heads and Others."

Notes the publisher's synopsis, "For 40 years Bruce Springsteen has been making music on his way to becoming an icon, the conscience of rock ’n’ roll, and one of the greatest live performers of his generation."

"This critical work examines the man, his music, the cultural importance of his narrative songs and the singular experience of his live performances. Particular attention is paid to his political consciousness, including his alignment with the working poor, the unemployed, and Americans simply down on their luck. It also explores his role in politics in America, especially his endorsement of various politicians."

Thursday, 31 March 2011

Chris Christie is a big Bruce Springsteen fan

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a big Bruce Springsteen fan, but unlike this case is not clear.

The Boss in a letter to the editor of The Asbury Park Press, made clear Wednesday that they Christie fan is not a financial perspective.

Jersey native a page headline story was sent a letter of thanks for the paper "As Poverty Rises, Cuts Target Aid."

Springsteen wrote, "The article is one of the few that highlights the contradictions between a policy of large tax cuts, on the one hand, and cuts in services to those in the most dire needs, on the other".

Monday, 14 March 2011

Bruce Springsteen is to first car for auction

Bruce Springsteen's very first car, a 1957 Chevrolet convertible was Bell, the auction Web site is running in

Springsteen bought the car on 21 May, 1975 and her some of the biggest hits is written, including the "Born to Run" "Thunder Road."Included with the car is the original vehicle registration, a temporary insurance card and an Allstate insurance card in Springsteen's name.

The auction will held on the website from March 16 through March 25.

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Bruce Springsteen Light of Day 2011 - Video N Lyrics

Bruce Springsteen Light of Day - Lyrics

Well I've been out of the woods for six days and nights now
Well I'm a little hot wired, but I'm feeling alright
I got some money in my pocket and a long lean ride
I got to make it down to Galveston by Saturday night, now

Well I'm a little down under, but I'm feeling O.K.
Got a little lost along the way

I'm just around the corner to the light of day
Well, I'm just around the corner to the light of day

Been driving five hundred miles, got five hundred to go, yeah
I got rock and roll music on the radio
I got a brother on a rig just off the gulf coast
He says the girls down there, well they're really the most, man

Well I'm a little down under, but I'm feeling O.K.
I got a little lost along the way

Just around the corner to the light of day
Just around the corner to the light of day
I'm just around the corner to the light of day
I'm just around the corner to the light of day

Well I got thrown out of work on the Kokomo
Don't ask me what I'm doing, I don't know
I hope he wasn't joking when he wrote me that letter
Things can't get any worse, they got to get better

Well I'm a little down under, but I'm feeling O.K.
I got a little lost along the way

I'm just around the corner to the light of day
Just around the corner to the light of day
Just around the corner to the light of day

Saturday, 26 February 2011

Clarence Clemons 2009 Bruce Springsteen on Tour was in a state

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN's longtime saxophonist CLARENCE CLEMONS has discovered his last tour with the E STREET BAND was "pure hell" - because knee and hip was struggling with change.

According to the that Clemons tells the continuous journey and their journey by the end of 2009, they find difficult to leave to stand on stage performing was the toll taken

He says, "The tour was wonderful musically, but I knew when it was done that I had to have more surgery."

Clemons because both the knee and again place had spinal fusion surgery.

He adds, "The timing was perfect because it didn't interfere with a lot of stuff that was going on in my life. It made me stronger, and for the past year, I've been in physical therapy a few days a week working my a** off to get back in shape. I'm walking better now, though I still use a cane and crutches. But now I'm having hip problems again. I don't know why."

But 69 years of pain that persists for more than a little with the Springsteen tour: "As long as my mouth, hands and brain still work I'll be out there doing it. I'm going to keep going 'til I'm not there anymore. This is what's keeping me alive and feeling young and inspired."

Clemons states, "If Bruce and Gaga both needed me around the same time I don't know if you could hold me down to the ground... The thing I'd really love to do is have the chance to go out with both of them."

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band images 2011

Saturday, 12 February 2011

Gaga inspired by Springsteen

Lady Gaga's upcoming new album 'Born This Way' has been influence by Guns N' Roses and Bruce Springsteen.

The two acts are taken as two of the main inspirations in a breakdown of the album, which is set to release in May, in Vogue magazine.

Journalist Jonathan Van Meter compares the lead single and title track 'Born This Way' to "a Madonna tune (that) switches into something that feels a bit like a Bronski Beat hit and then finally transforms into its own thing: a Gaga original."

In the cover feature, Lady Gaga also reveals that the album is about the "disenfranchised communities" of America, and includes genres ranging from rock to techno-house.

Sunday, 30 January 2011

Bruce Springsteen supports gay marriage in New Jersey

The gay marriage bill that's up for a vote in New Jersey's Senate on Thursday,singer Bruce Springsteen supports it by posting a message on his official website.

Springsteen wrote that he's long believed in and has "always spoken out for the rights of same-sex couples."

Gov. Jon Corzine who says that same sex marriage is a civil rights issue,Bruce Springsteen agrees with the statement.

Gov.-elect Chris Christie is a big Springsteen fan, but the Republican has said he would veto the bill. A state Senate committee approved the bill by one vote on Monday.

Friday, 21 January 2011

Bruce Springsteen and E Street band at the Leach Theatre

Bruce Springsteen and E Street band are perform “Bruce in the USA” concert at the Leach Theatre on 28 Jan, Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Patrons can buy two tickets for this concert and now one $50 present certificate to Matt’s Steakhouse in Rolla for $75, a $110 value. This particular offer is only available those folk who include the Leach Theatre Box Office.

Tickets are available at the or from the Leach Theatre Box Office. on Momday to Friday at 9 a.m. Tickets for the show are $30 for adults, $20 for youth and $10 for Missouri S&T students.

Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Bruce Springsteen perform charity concert

Bruce Springsteen currently performed a charity show in Asbury Oark.

In the concert he performed "Light of Day", in this concert includ more artists are following Willie Nile, Garland Jeffreys, Joe D'Urso, Jesse Malin and Alejandro Escovedo.

In the charity concert fork are start to leave, Springsteen worked to perform a slower version of his 1975 classic "Thunder Road."

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Bruce Springsteen coming to Zagreb?

Bruce Springsteen,the American rock legendary icon might be arriving to Zagreb's Maksimir stadium this year.

The arrival of singer is yet to be confirm as one of the significant events to look forward this year.

Among other things that could make Croatians happy in 2011 are the signing of the accession agreement with the European Union, the Pope's visit, the trial of former Croatian premier Ivo Sanader accused of corruption and IKEA's arrival to Croatian markets.

Thursday, 6 January 2011

Bruce Springsteen's Carousel House show is online

Last week at the Carousel House in Asbury Park,Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed songs from "The Promise".

The video of the show has been updated on various website on internet and will be available to stream through Jan 1.

"Racing in the Street," "Gotta Get That Feeling," "Ain't Good Enough For You," "The Promise" and "Blue Christmas" are among the songs performed.

Springsteen is joined by E Street Band members Clarence Clemons, Steven Van Zandt, Max Weinberg, Roy Bittan and Gary Tallent, along with Charles Giordano, keyboards, and Ed Manion, Barry Danielian, Curt Ramm, Clark Gayton and Stan Harrison on horns. David Lindley, who played violin during the original recording sessions for "Darkness on the Edge of Town," joins in as well.

The songs played are featured on "The Promise,"a two-CD set that contains 21 never-before-released tracks from the 1976-78 "Darkness on The Edge of Town" sessions.