Bruce Springsteen Dedicates Broadway Debut to Tom PettyBruce played 15 songs in total, interspersed with spoken excerpts from his autobiography and various reflections and off-the-cuff remarks.
Bruce Springsteen Says Next Solo Album is FinishedGlen Campbell, Jimmy Webb, Burt Bacharach all influenced the new solo endeavor.
Bruce Springsteen Remembers Tom Petty: 'A Long Lost Brother'"Down here on E Street, we’re devastated and heartbroken over the death of Tom Petty."
'Springsteen on Broadway' Inspired by Obama White House Farewell Gig"I’m playing familiar music, but I believe it will lead you to hear it with very fresh ears by the context that I set it in."
Bruce Springsteen Releases '78 Show for MusiCares Hurricane Relief FundRecorded in September of '78, the show even finds Springsteen and company running through holiday classic, "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town."
Bruce Springsteen Joins Paul McCartney for 'I Saw Her Standing There'“Rockin’ out with The Boss–Sounded so good we had to do it twice!” McCartney later posted on Instagram with a photo of him and Springsteen jamming together.
Bruce Springsteen to Make Broadway Debut This Fall'Springsteen on Broadway' will officially open Oct. 12.
Bruce Springsteen's Archive to Add 25 Rare RecordingsThe first installment will be obscure recordings from 1977. The other 24 releases will debut each Friday (on nugs.net) moving forward.
Bruce Springsteen to Make Broadway Debut?Sources say the singer will perform a pared-down version of his usual setlist during eight-week run at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Fans at Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe duo performed "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" and covered Marvin Gaye.
Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt Mourn Loss of Jonathan Demme“He was an inspiration for me, a beautiful filmmaker and a great spirit," wrote Springsteen. "Always smiling, always involved with the world and always pushing you to go for your best."
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Set at Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe two performed "It's Been a Long Time," from the 1991 album Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Chuck Berry's "Bye Bye Johnny."