Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson and the guys of fun. are all teaming up for a brand new GRAMMY compilation album. In honor of the upcoming awards show the Recording Academy is releasing a 22-track record […]
Today’s eve of Christmas Eve game against the Chargers is an important one for the Jets, who know it’s now or never. Whether they play naughty or nice, it’s a lock that Santa will be visiting the parking lots at MetLife Stadium this Sunday. Rumor has it he’s trading in his red suit for a green one. Here are a few tips on how to welcome Santa and some great Christmas celebrating ideas for your holiday tailgating party.
“I think Jon Bon Jovi is the only one who understood what you’re supposed to be doing in a situation like that,” Jay Jay French told WFAN radio on Thursday.
Legends of the world of music took the stage at Madison Square Garden for the “12-12-12″ concert Wednesday night, as many victims of Superstorm Sandy continue to suffer and require help.
The charity concert for Sandy victims has been billed as the biggest one ever staged at Madison Square Garden.
New Jersey Gov. Christie cannot stop talking about his new BFF Bruce Springsteen.
The theme of this year’s nominations could be taken in a number of ways, but when you look at the contenders up for all-powerful Album of the Year category, one thing is certain: it’s the year of the underdogs and the newcomers.
Bruce Springsteen nabbed three GRAMMY nominations Wednesday night, and the song that bears his name got two more. Meanwhile, “Springsteen” — the song by country singer Eric Church that name drops several Bruce classics — was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song.
Bruce Springsteen & Eric Church ride the Springsteen legend to rock and country recognition by NARAS.
One sidebar of the storm is that Springsteen finally granted an audience to his biggest fan, Gov. Chris Christie.
During a stop at the Jordan Center on the Penn State campus Thursday, Springsteen also thanked New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for “doing a fine job” of taking care of citizens. He lauded police, firefighters and other first responders.
Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Billy Joel and more superstars with ties to the Tri-State will perform at a benefit concert Friday for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
After vowing not to get involved in this year’s presidential election, Bruce Springsteen is supporting Barack Obama again, saying he believes Obama is the best person to lead America.
Willie Nile and the Smithereens are headlining the free farewell show Monday night.
First it was “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck,” and now it’s beer. Is Kip Moore going to hit all our sweet spots one by one?