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Bruce Springsteen's 1984 blockbuster Born In The U.S.A. is the Boss's biggest, synthiest, least rootsy LP, but it's arguably just as packed with amazing songs as anything the man ever recorded. And…   Read Story »
Bruce Springsteen was a Boss for decades before he was a director, but now he's both. As previously announced, Springsteen makes his directorial debut with Hunter Of Invisible Game, a 10-minute short…   Read Story »
Thursday night's episode of Jeopardy! dedicated a whole round to Bruce Springsteen. While only one category actually asked questions about the Boss himself, the other category titles were references…   Read Story »
Bruce Springsteen has done a lot of things during his bajillion years in the spotlight, but he's never directed anything before now. Next month, though, we'll get to see what happens when the Boss…   Read Story »
Uruguayan soccer superstar Luis Suarez became yesterday's top story when he bit Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini during crunch time of Uruguay's 1-0 victory over Italy -- the third time Suarez has…   Read Story »
For you to remember the first time you heard Born In The U.S.A., you have to be above a certain age. It's just one of those albums. Once it was out there, it was ubiquitous. That tends to happen when…   Read Story »
Outside of, say, Led Zeppelin reuniting and then bringing Bob Dylan to the stage for a song, it's honestly not possible to imagine a rock-star duet with this level of wattage. Last night, during a…   Read Story »
The New Jersey native Sharon Van Etten has just joined the long, long list of indie types who have covered Bruce Springsteen. In her case, she did a soft, emotive solo-piano version of "Drive All…   Read Story »
On Bruce Springsteen's miserable, charged-up 1978 masterwork Darkness On The Edge Of Town, "Candy's Room" starts out as a tense sputter about a girl before exploding into a sunburst melody about a…   Read Story »
On Record Store Day this past weekend, Bruce Springsteen released American Beauty, a new four-song EP on which he played almost every instrument. (We posted the early track "Hurry Up Sundown.")…   Read Story »