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.
Today In Music History: 07/18/17Billy Joel grabs a host of legends for the last concert at Shea Stadium, Prince gets his 2nd #1 with "Let's Go Crazy," and Bruce Springsteen headlines a tour with Bob Marley as his opening act.
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.
Today In Music History: 06/15/17Bruce gets busted, Casey passes away and Brian Wilson gives a song to his buddy Jan Dean and gets in trouble....Today In Music History.
Today In Music History: 06/08/17Ghostbusters hits theaters and the radio, Paul has his 3rd solo #1 here in the States, and the Boss gets married to Patti Scialfa.
Today In Music History: 06/01/17Quincy Jones produces his first #1 song, Ron Wood plays his first live gig with the Stones, and Bruce kicks off the European leg of his "Born In The USA" world tour.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Fans at Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe duo performed "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" and covered Marvin Gaye.
Today In Music History: 05/18/17Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Audioslave passes away, Bruce gets in the recording studio for the first time ever, Three Dog Night has the #1 and John Lennon's hand written lyrics for "Lucy In The Sky with Diamonds" sells for over $237,000.
Today In Music History: 05/11/17Today in Music History, the Beach Boys get around, Bruce has a bachelor party and Karaoke's to his own songs, and we lose the man that brought Reggae to the world Bob Marley.
Today In Music History: 05/02/17Clapton records "Wonderful Tonight," "Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)" is banned, Donald Trump ditches Marla Maples and "Sweet Child Of Mine" is voted song with the greatest guitar riff...Today in Music History.
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."