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Today, we got to hear "Toast To Freedom," one of the last songs Levon Helm recorded. And now here's a video of Bruce Springsteen at last night's Newark show, singing one of the songs Helm made…   Read Story »
Yesterday, the Boss came to town. Bruce Springsteen delivered his SXSW Keynote Address in the afternoon (watch below), and in the evening, he and his E Street Band played their much-touted SXSW show.…   Read Story »
Bruce Springsteen's new recession-special album Wrecking Ball is out tomorrow, and it mostly concerns America's widening gulf between rich and poor. Appropriately enough, then, he's posted a…   Read Story »
We're deep into Bruce Springsteen Week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, a five-night celebration of all things Boss that started with Springsteen himself rolling through to play a couple of new…   Read Story »
It's Springsteen Week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, which means we're just starting a solid five shows of Boss-related goodness. And on the first show of the week, Fallon hosted Bruce himself,…   Read Story »
Well, this type of thing doesn't happen every day. Bruce Springsteen, already announced as SXSW's Keynote Speaker, will bring his whole entire E Street Band with him to play an intimate show during…   Read Story »
Being Bruce Springsteen can't be easy. As one of the last quasi-relevant survivors of a stadium-rock infrastructure that doesn't exist anymore, he's spent decades being held up as a paragon of real…   Read Story »
It's the 2012 Grammys! The Stereogum crew is over at my house, there may or may not be pizza and beer involved, and on the off chance you are experiencing something similar at yours, we have decided…   Read Story »
Last month, the Boss returned with the old-school anguished stadium-stomper "We Take Care Of Our Own," and today he's debuted the video for that track. The clip, which helpfully prints all the lyrics…   Read Story »
Springsteen back! On March 6, the Boss will release a new album called Wrecking Ball, and it'll feature members of the E Street Band, as well as people like Tom Morello and Pearl Jam drummer Matt…   Read Story »