Today In Music History: 06/15/2016Bruce Springsteen get busted, Ray Charles makes history and we lose the great Casey Kasem Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 06/13/2016Bruce opens for Grand Funk, Frampton "Comes Alive" Travolta does Grease and Alanis Morissette give us a "Jagged Little Pill."
Bruce Springsteen to Release Live Audio from Past and PresentBruce Springsteen will release audio from European dates of his current tour, as well as a beloved 1990 set from the archives.
Bruce Springsteen Dances with Bearded 'Courteney Cox'During a recent show at London's Wembley Arena, Bruce Springsteen pulled a fan onstage to "dance in the dark" a la Courteney Cox in the iconic music video.
Today In Music History: 06/02/2016It's release day in music history . We get what may be the greatest album ever, a triple platinum album, and a song in the top 100 of Rollings Stones 500 greatest songs of all time.
Bono, Springsteen Team Up With 'Because The Night'Bono and Springsteen reunite once again with a rendition of 'Because the Night.'
Bruce Springsteen Gives Coat to Underdressed AdeleWhen Springsteen noticed she was underdressed for the outdoor concert he offered the British songstress her coat.
Today In Music History: 05/18/2016Today In Music History: Bruce cuts a song, James gets arrested, The Animals record a song in one take and we go on a balloon ride.....
Today In Music History: 05/13/2016It's Stevie Wonder's birthday! We also get "Let It Be" "Paint It Black" "Smiling Faces Sometimes" and "Dark Lady" Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 05/09/2016Today in Music History: It's Billy Joel's Birthday, The Doors audition for a gig, Karen Carpenter gets her first recording contract before she could drive, Bruce plays his heart out and Prince gets "Lovesexy."
Major Artists Boycott North Carolina In Protest Of The "Bathroom Bill"North Carolina passed HB2 banning people who identify psychologically/mentally with a different sex than the one they were born to use the bathroom of the sex they "identify with". Some entertainers are NOT performing in the state in protest. See who, and tell us how YOU feel about it!
Bruce Springsteen Pays Tribute to Prince, Opens with 'Purple Rain'Both artists dominated the charts in 1984; tonight, Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to the fallen icon.