The power and the glory were unleashed in the heart of Harlem on Friday night as Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band took to the stage of the storied Apollo Theater.
Henrik Lundqvist and John McEnroe are teaming up with various musicians for a concert at The Canal Room on February 22nd to benefit The Garden of Dreams and John McEnroe Tennis Academy.
The newest inductees into New Jersey’s Hall of Fame include late ‘Superman’ actor Christopher Reeve, Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and New York Giants owner Wellington Mara.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will play the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, February 12 on CBS.
While the milestone wasn’t marked with great fanfare or an extravaganza, Letterman did sit down with his very first guest in late night T.V. — comedian and actor Bill Murray.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will perform at Harlem’s historic Apollo Theater next month.
Fans hoping to snag tickets to the Boss’s “Wrecking Ball” tour dates were hitting the refresh button over and over when they went on sale Friday morning
The Boss just announced the first leg of his US Tour which includes two shows at Madison Square Garden and three shows at the IZOD Center in New Jersey.
WhyHunger’s 2011 Hungerthon, teaming up with media partners including CBS radio stations WCBS 880, 1010 WINS and WFAN, raised over $750,000.
For Bruce Springsteen, all the world is a stage. On Thursday, “The Boss” apparently walked up to a busker in the Boston Public Garden and asked to borrow his guitar.
Everything from the outrageous to the tragic happened in June. Take a listen.
The death of saxophone player Clarence Clemons ripped a hole in Bruce Springsteen’s music and onstage life, taking away a figure who had served him loyally for decades.
“Immeasurable” is how Bruce Springsteen is describing the loss of his longtime saxaphone player and friend Clarence Clemons.
A person who has worked with Clemons in the past confirmed that Clemons had the stroke. Clemons, 69, is known as “the Big Man” in the E Street Band and his sax has been one of the most defining elements of the band’s sound.
If the walls of 116 MacDougal Street could talk, they’d recite the poetry of Bob Dylan, says owner Thomas Sullivan.