Springsteen joins Little Steven at album release concert in LA (5-4-2019)
Steve Van Zandt welcomed Bruce Springsteen to the stage for the closing numbers of the Disciples Of Soul's set at the group's album release concert at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills Saturday (5/4) for the group's solo album, Sorcery Of Soul.
Blinded By The Light trailer
Here's a look at Blinded By The Light, a movie about a kid's obsession with Bruce Springsteen songs
Springsteen plays at Asbury Lanes re-opening (6-18-2018)
It was Rock & Bowl on the Jersey shore Monday night (6/18) when Bruce Springsteen joined the Tangiers Blues Band on four songs at the re-opening of Asbury Lanes as a music venue. Bruce and the band tore into Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu, I Just Want to Make Love to You, Down the Road Apiece and Twist and Shout.
Bruce Springsteen dances with his nearly 93 year old mother
Bruce springsteen and his nearly 93 year old mother hit the dance floor Sunday (4/15) at the Wonder Bar, a club of many an early career Bruce concert, in Asbury Park.
Springsteen & Bryan Adams join forces at Invictus Games ceremony (9-3-2017)
Two of the top musicians from the host country and its closest neighbor got together in Toronto for the closing ceremony of Canada's Invictus Games, a multi-sport competition involving atheletes from 17 countries. Bryan Adams invited Bruce Springteen to join him on stage. The pair did Badlands and Cuts Like A Knife together on Friday night (9/30).
Springsteen joins McCartney at Madison Square Garden (9-15-2017)
Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt of the E Street Band took the stage to join Paul McCartney on I Saw Her Standing There during Paul's Madison Square Garden encore Friday (9/15).
Springsteen joins Steven Van Zandt at Jersey concert (5-27-2017)
Bruce Springsteen attended fellow E Street band guitarist Steven Van Zandt's album release concert at the Count Basie Theater Friday night in New Jersey and joined Van Zandt on stage for versions of Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out, Can I Get A Witness and I Don't Want To Go Home.
Eddie Vedder covers Bobby Jean at Boston benefit (4-29-2017)
When Theo Epstein was inexplicably cut loose by the Red Sox, the team and its fans lost one of the most brilliant front office minds in the modern-day game and one of the hipper musical guys in the national past time. Beantown also saw cool charity event he and former Boston Globe sports guru Peter Gammons staged in Boston while Epstein ran the club relocate to Chicago after the Cubs landed Epstein. Gammons and Epstein decided to bring the event back to Boston this spring when the Cubs visited Fenway Park for the first time as the defending World Champions. As he has in the past, Eddie Vedder, one of Rock's most avid baseball fans, headlined the event. The Pearl Jam front man delivered a set than included songs from his own band, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, the Who, the Talking Heads and Aerosmith. Epstein joined in on a Buffalo Tom song.
Aussie fan joins Springsteen on Growin' Up
Springsteen sole guest on Colbert show (9/23/2016)
Springsteen opens up on CBS Sunday Morning
Chapter and Verse preview
Bruce Springsteen will mine his archives for a release titled Chapter and Verse that will get released the same week his autobiography, Born To Run, gets published. Two previously unreleased songs from his early days in the Castilles and one while in the band Steel Mill will be included on the album, along with a song he did in 1972 in the brief period performing as The Bruce Springsteen Band. Plans call for the release to be available four days before the September 27 publication of the book. HenneMusic.com
Bruce & E Street Band cover Purple Rain in tribute to Prince
Bruce & Steven Van Zandt in Rock The Kasbah trailer
Bruce joins Jackson Browne in Red Bank, NJ (9-22-15)
Bruce Springsteen 2015 Light Of Day benefit (1/17/15)
Bruce fills-in for Bono during Times Square U2 set
John Fogerty joins E Street Band for CCR classics in New Orleans 5-3-14
Springsteen's Guitar Hero Dies
Man who customized the Fender Bruce loves most dies in Jersey.
Other guitar designers guys have gotten more recognition and press than Phillip Petillo, but as far as Bruce Springsteen is concerned, none had a greater instinct for getting the most out of a guitar. It was Petillo that sold Springsteen the now iconic Fender guitar The Boss considers one of the finest instruments on the planet. Friday, Petillo, a musician, engineer and endless tinkerer, had just finished working in his New Jersey shop when he died at 64. The 1953 Fender Esquire that Petillo sold Springsteen in 1969 for $150 is considered to be worth a few million dollars today. To Bruce, it's priceless. He frequently credits the Petillo custom neck, frets and the re-engineered pick-ups for the great sound of the instrument. Asbury Park Press APP.com