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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band recently played two nights at Boston’s historic Fenway Park. Our own Dennis was there-here’s his account of both nights.
Lashing out against the latest Springsteen backlash.
Bob Lefsetz goes to a Bruce Springsteen concert and gets it completely wrong.
The Boss addresses his loyal subjects from a podium in Austin.
Some personal reflection and words of praise for the Boss’s latest album.
Rob Smith’s Vinyl Diaries explores Bruce Springsteen’s “Tunnel of Love.”
Bruce Springsteen, rock’s ultimate road warrior, will play 18 shows in the United States this spring in support of his upcoming album, Wrecking Ball.
After much delay, Spare Parts finally returns with 1984′s mega-blockbuster, “This Hard Land.”
With just his guitar and harmonica, backed by a small group of singers behind him, Springsteen delivered his “prayer for our fallen brothers and sisters.” There was no bombast that night, just reverence and respect for the fallen.
We finish up the River sessions in our alternate look at Bruce Springsteen’s career with the almost-exploitative, not-quite-outtakes album “Where the Bands Are.”
The exploration of Bruce Springsteen’s alternate career continues with a revisionist take on his 1980 epic The River.
Our peek into Bruce Springsteen’s vaults finds us beginning to tackle the sprawl of The River.
Fittingly, the first installment of our alternative look at Bruce Springsteen’s career puts its foot to the floor and doesn’t look back.
A new series in which Dave Lifton and Matt Springer envision a universe where Bruce Springsteen doesn’t take three years to make an album.
With The Promise, Bruce Springsteen treats fans to a peek into the vaults from one of his richest artistic periods — but does it live up to its title?