Thunder doesn’t only happen when it’s raining, Stevie Nicks.
Just try to imagine a world in which “…Baby One More Time” is a TLC song.
Darlene Love on Phil Spector bringing a gun to recording sessions, her role as Danny Glover’s wife in Lethal Weapon, and talking with Elvis about gospel music. She goes into all this and more in the upcoming documentary 20 Feet From Stardom.
I wanna dance with girls who just want to have fun because we are living in a material world. And I just can’t get enough!
There’s still some time to make your masterpiece. Just ask Kanye West, M.I.A., and LCD Soundsystem.
This might be harder than you think.
Just try to make it through this post without joy-crying at least once.
I mean, have you seen his butt in a pair of jeans?
Surprisingly, they’re not ALL by Bruce Springsteen.
British designer Christophe Gowans answers the question: “What if best-selling albums had been books instead?”
Because nothing says I love you like reminding your partner of his shortcomings.
This year’s ceremony could be one of the few genuinely surprising awards shows. Here’s why.
It’s like a miniature hypnotic music video. Unhinge your jaws and stare for hours.
Our best lists, essays, mashups, and playlists of the year. Plus, a tribute to the incredibly sexy lyrics of Nickelback.
With Wrecking Ball, The Boss has finally realized that he carries as much political symbolism as his songs.
Speechless. We’re speechless.
“He told me it’s official: We’re friends,” the New Jersey governor said The Boss told him.
For many of Hollywood’s most politically vocal stars, putting up cash to back up their words is just not in the script.
What does it mean? We’ll find out tomorrow.
At a rally for Obama in Madison, WI, The Boss admits he was afraid.
Bon Jovi performed “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” and “Living On A Prayer” on NBC’s Hurricane Benefit Show last night, backed by photos of the devastation in his own hometown area. Springsteen closed the show with “Land of Hope and Dreams.”
It used to be a song about mob violence, but now it sounds like a prayer to the Jersey Shore.
The Boss returned to the trail for the President, talking about universal health care, Wall Street regulation, and abortion.
In a “message from Bruce,” the Boss also urged voters toward Democratic Congressional candidates like Sherrod Brown and Elizabeth Warren.
Madonna, Springsteen, Prince, Lady Gaga, Dr. Dre and more were robbed. Seriously, some of this is just galling.
Darkness on the Edge of Town taught me to understand my dad long after we stopped speaking.
A heat map of the Boss’s touring history. Set to music, of course.
At a Springsteen concert in London over the weekend, McCartney came out to perform with the band during the encore. They were only able to perform for a few minutes, since organizers literally pulled the plug in order to comply with noise regulations.
I’d probably be this bored if I’d already seen The Boss 127 times.