by Free Britney at . Comments

New Jersey's #1 ambassador (with apologies to Chris Christie, who would probably agree with us), Bruce Springsteen, rocked the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief last night.

The Boss kicked off the four-and-a-half-hour-plus show - which also featured a Nirvana reunion - with "Land of Hope and Dreams," "Wrecking Ball" and "City of Ruins."

"For 25 years, if you go to Asbury [Park] in the summer, and there was no one on its beaches, no one on its boardwalk," Springsteen said in introducing "City of Ruins."

"Then, over the past decade, thanks to an arts community, thanks to the gay community, thanks to people who lived there and toughed it out, the town has had a renaissance."

Continue Reading...

by Free Britney at . Comments

The gauntlet has been thrown down, young rock stars.

Bruce Springsteen, 62, jumped into the crowd during his Wrecking Ball tour stop Tuesday night in Philadelphia, grabbed some stranger's beer and chugged the entire thing in the middle of a song, surrounded by a sea of devoted fans.

All in a day's work for the beloved blue-collar rock icon. Watch Bruce chug, then throw the empty cup triumphantly into the crowd like ... well, like a Boss:

Floor seats at Wells Fargo Center: $125. Watered down domestic beer: $9.50. The Boss ganking it from you during a rendition of "Raise Your Hand"? Priceless.

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Bruce Springsteen has released the official music video for "We Take Care Of Our Own," and it's not exactly the most upbeat four minutes in the history of the business.

As posted below, the video is shot in black and white and features no member of the E Street Band. Instead, we simply see shots of The Boss playing in an abandoned house, which are toggled between images of everyday Americans walking around, sullen, as the lyrics flash on screen.

However... Springsteen then asks “where’s the promise from sea to sea" and colorful, happier images crop up, such as a young boy catching a baseball.

Watch below and mark down March 6 on your calendar. That's when the album "Wrecking Ball" comes out.

by Free Britney at . Comments

"Wherever this flag's flown, we take care of our own." - Bruce Springsteen

There is perhaps no more legendary American musician and working class hero than the Boss of Rock and Roll himself. With his new album Wrecking Ball coming March 6, Bruce Springsteen has just released a new single, “We Take Care of Our Own.”

Take a listen below and see what you think:

In vintage Springsteen fashion, the song is musically upbeat, yet references the struggles of America with lyrics like, “Where’s the promise, from sea to shining sea?”

Other songs on the 11-track album reflect similar populist sentiments, with titles such as "Death to My Hometown," "This Depression" and "Easy Money."

Politics aside ... The BOSS is back, baby!

Bruce Springsteen Biography

Clarence Clemons and Bruce Springsteen He's The Boss, people. What else is there to say? More »
Full Name
Bruce Springsteen
× Close Ad