He's The Boss, people. What else is there to say?
Bruce Springsteen on Donald Trump: Be Afraid, America!
Believe it or not, we're just 17 days away from the inauguration of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States.
Like tens of million of other Americans, you may be feeling that we're truly living in the darkest timeline, and there's little cause for hope, and well ... you're absolutely right.
Bruce Springsteen SLAMS Donald Trump in Epic Fashion
Donald Trump has been campaigning for the highest office in the land for the past 15 months, but according to everyone's favorite New Jersey native (sorry, Chris Christie) Trump is anything but born to run.
Yes, the Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen, has come out in full-throated opposition to Trump, and the rock legend is definitely not mincing words.
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Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Fallon Destroy Chris Christie, Mock Bridgegate Scandal
Forget all the flak he's taking from the press. And from voters. And from political opponents who think this could spell the end of his 2016 Presidential election bid.
THIS has to hurt the most for Chris Christie.
Bruce Springsteen Dedicates Song to Trayvon Martin
Bruce Springsteen performed a concert in Ireland yesterday, but the singer's thoughts were clearly on a major story taking place in America:
The George Zimmerman verdict that acquitted this Florida resident in the wake of his shooting of Trayvon Martin.
Bruce Springsteen Performs at 12-12-12 Concert, Makes Plea For Sandy Relief
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."
Bruce Springsteen Jumps Into Crowd, Drinks Guy's Beer in Mid-Song!
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.
Bruce Springsteen Kicks Off Grammy Awards With Latest Single
Living legend Bruce Springsteen kicked off the 54th Grammy Awards on Sunday with his latest single, the patriotic anthem "We Take Care of Our Own."
Backed by the E Street Band, Springsteen's energetic effort left his fans - including a very enthusiastic Lady Gaga - on their feet dancing and cheering.
Bruce Springsteen Releases Official Music Video for "We Take Care Of Our Own"
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.
We Take Care of Our Own: Bruce Springsteen Releases New Single
"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.”