If you’d like to see them, put on the song, close your eyes and play the movie inside of your head. It won’t cost you $17 and the price point on store-bought popcorn is far more reasonable.
“What are the rules about biting the World Cup?” Springsteen wondered when asked his thoughts on this week’s most infamous sports moment.
Courtney Love is letting it be known that she’s on the side of those who believe those bleating brass strains need to be as far from rock and roll as possible.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony used to be a drunken, freewheeling event that would stretch to all hours of the night. Today it’s an arena-rock spectacle with stunning moments that won’t soon be forgotten.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has just announced most of the presenters for this year’s induction ceremony, taking place at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on April 10.
The doc, which premieres April 4, looks at his creative partnership with guitarist Tom Morello.
The Boss didn’t just play the teen’s GRAMMY-award winning track, he opened his second-ever gig in New Zealand with it. Because Lorde may be Queen Bee, but Bruce will always be The Boss.
Billy Joel rules New York. Prince has got a lock on Minnesota. But who takes hold of Washington? Hint, it’s someone who’s not nearly as cool as Nirvana.
In ’20 Feet From Stardom,’ back-up vocalists take center stage, and a number of iconic stars— including Bruce Springsteen, Bette Midler, Stevie Wonder, Sting and Mick Jagger, along backing singer turned front woman Sheryl Crow—play a supporting role to sing their praises.
Springsteen’s latest album isn’t officially out until Jan. 14, but, starting today, if you head to CBS.com you can hear it in its entirety a week ahead of schedule.