The final question as to the lineup of the E Street Band was answered today when Bruce Springsteen released the names of the extra musicians who will be joining the group on their upcoming ‘Wrecking Ball’ world tour.
Bruce Springsteen, back in action this year with a new album and world tour, will help Sirius XM Satellite Radio celebrate their 10th anniversary. Bruce, along with The E Street Band, will perform a special show at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York on Friday, March 9.
It’s one of the worst-kept secrets in all of New Jersey. Every year, the Light of Day organization holds a benefit concert at the Paramount Theater in Asbury Park to raise money for the fight against Parkinson’s disease, and (almost) every year Bruce Springsteen is a super secret unannounced special guest. It’s the reason this year’s show sold out in minutes — even when tickets had a face value upwards of $400.
Bruce Springsteen was the guest of honor during modern-rock act Gaslight Anthem’s concert in Asbury Park, N.J., on Friday (Dec. 9). Springsteen joined the band mid-set to sing and play guitar on ‘American Slang,’ according to a report by Rolling Stone.
Bob Seger’srecent jam with Bruce Springsteen at Madison Square Garden was a long overdue reunion for the pair, who previously provided some unforgettable concert memories for Michigan concert-goers more than 30 years ago during Springsteen’s 1980 appearance in Ann Arbor at the Chrysler Arena.
Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen were among the relatively small group of classic rockers nominated for 2012 Grammy Awards tonight (Nov. 30). None of them were mentioned on the hour-long televised nominations program, which consisted largely of pop and country music performances.
Bruce Springsteen has announced on his official website that he and the E Street Band will be embarking on a 2012 world tour in support of a brand new album, ending months of feverish speculation by his fans.
As both Tony’s right-hand man in ‘The Sopranos’ and Bruce Springsteen‘s main confidant (and guitarist) in the E Street Band, Steven Van Zandt has spent the bulk of his career speaking very carefully to others about business at hand.
A busker playing guitar for spare change in Boston’s Public Gardens got a quite a shock when music legend Bruce Springsteen approached him yesterday, and asked if he could borrow his instrument. Bruce then began strumming a tune for the passersby, with a huge grin on his face. Speculation is that Springsteen was in Boston dropping son Evan off at Boston College.
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