Tue, 25 Oct 2016 16:55:23 GMT
Singer Bruce Springsteen sang Prince's ?Purple Rain? at Barclays Center, Brooklyn, on Saturday, April 23, three days after Prince was found dead in his Minneapolis home. Springsteen told the audience watching Prince's live performance made him ? the show humbled,? reported Forbes.
Sun, 23 Oct 2016 17:57:37 GMT
Bruce Springsteen sign copies of his autobiography, "Born to Run," and posed for photos at the Harvard Coop in Cambridge on Oct. 10, and Leominster City Councilor Susan Chalifoux Zephir was one of the 1,000 lucky fans who got in. COURTESY PHOTO Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.
Sun, 23 Oct 2016 13:59:13 GMT
Books: New and noteworthy Look for new books from John Grisham, Pat Conroy and Dana Perino. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2f4XKaU What it's about: In Florida, lawyer Lacy Stoltz investigates a claim that a corrupt judge has gotten rich through a casino built on Native American land.
Sat, 22 Oct 2016 11:05:52 GMT
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Fri, 21 Oct 2016 23:03:11 GMT
A deep believer in the power of costume and character and thumping electronic beats, this 30-year-old pop star hasn't historically sold herself to the classic-rock lovers that assembled this month near Palm Springs to witness Neil Young flay his guitar in a black T-shirt and jeans. But on her new album, "Joanne," Gaga is speaking precisely their language.
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 18:54:16 GMT
A 1978 photo of Bruce Springsteen with his Corvette by photographer Frank Stefanko is part of an exhibit titled Springsteen - Troubadour of the Highway at the Newark Museum in Newark, N.J., seen Friday, June 11, 2004. The exhibition runs June 17 to Aug. 29, 2004.
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 08:07:41 GMT
SEPTEMBER 21: US singer Bruce Springsteen performs among the audience during the Rock in Rio 2013 concert, on September 21, 2013 With just over two weeks left before Election Day, Paul Krugman , New York Times opinion columnist and distinguished professor in economics at the Graduate Center, CUNY, weighs in on the state of the presidential campaign. Bruce Springsteen's new memoir got us thinking about what the Boss's words say about American politics and society.
Thu, 20 Oct 2016 23:50:03 GMT
There's been a longstanding rumor that Bruce Springsteen wrote a song intended for the Harry Potter movies that was rejected. He recorded it in the summer of 2001, so a few months before Sorcerer's Stone came out in theaters, and it was called "I'll Stand By You Always."
Thu, 20 Oct 2016 14:44:21 GMT
Bruce Springsteen plays his Fender Telecaster guitar while singing his hit song "Born in the U.S.A." as he completed his world tour at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in September 1985.
Thu, 20 Oct 2016 10:19:48 GMT
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen and Traveling Soul: The Life of Curtis Mayfield by Todd Mayfield with Travis Atria are two books that don't require comparison for any reason other than that they were published in the same week of October this year, the subjects' active periods overlap, and they have both been influential to legions of musicians who have come after them. So compare we will.
Thu, 20 Oct 2016 04:01:27 GMT
After years of little if any attention, we're suddenly hearing a great deal about the relationship between fathers and sons. Two celebrities, veteran BBC presenter Jeremy Paxman and musician Bruce Springsteen, have published autobiographies within the last month, and both refer disparagingly to their relationship with their fathers.
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 23:46:43 GMT
Bruce Springsteen has again slammed Donald Trump, saying in a new interview that the Republican presidential candidate's statements in recent weeks represent an "attack on the entire Democratic process" and adding that he believes Trump has "no sense of decency." In an interview with the BBC's Channel 4 this week, the 67-year-old "Born to Run" rocker predicted Trump would lose the presidential election to his rival, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 19:27:56 GMT
It's an expression with traction, even if people can't recall who said it. It's been attributed to various smart people in pop music - Elvis Costello, Frank Zappa or one-time NSCAD visiting artist, Laurie Anderson.
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 02:23:41 GMT
Springsteen's memoir reveals the conflicts that have driven the beloved rock 'n' roll star, a man whose depressive spells were almost too much for him to bear but who turned soul-testing crises into triumphs The news that Bruce Springsteen The Boss, the erstwhile future of rock 'n' roll, or just "Bruuuuce" was writing his memoirs inspired the sort of awe normally reserved for a production of The Last Supper with the original cast. This reverence was hardly surprising for an artist who has sold more than 120 million records around the world and won countless awards, including an Oscar, for Streets of Philadelphia .
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 21:54:25 GMT
Donald Trump told CNN's Chris Cuomo in March that if he loses the presidency, he "will go off into the wild blue yonder." Bruce Springsteen seems to think otherwise.
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 22:12:26 GMT
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Mon, 17 Oct 2016 17:49:47 GMT
Bruce Springsteen has spoken about the impact felt by the deaths of David Bowie and Prince , saying that he felt a "great kinship" with the latter musician. Currently promoting his new memoir Born To Run and companion album 'Chapter And Verse', Springsteen spoke to Rolling Stone when he was asked about Prince and Bowie, who both passed away this year.