When Bruce Springsteen Performed With Clarence Clemons for the First Time
The 40-year friendship between Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons would become an essential part of the E Street Band's self-created mythology.
Bruce Springsteen Breaks His Record for Longest U.S. Show Twice in One Week
Bruce Springsteen fans who came out this week for his shows in East Rutherford, N.J. definitely got their money's worth.
David Bowie Producer Tony Visconti Recalls the Meeting That Killed Bowie’s Springsteen Cov…
It's well-known among David Bowie fans that a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City" was among the tracks initially intended for Bowie's 1975 Young Americans LP.
Read the Foreword to Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born to Run’ Memoir
Bruce Springsteen has posted the foreword to his upcoming Born to Run memoir in advance of the book's release.
New Bruce Springsteen Compilation to Include Five Unreleased Songs
Bruce Springsteen will release a new compilation album that doubles as a companion piece to his upcoming autobiography.
Bruce Springsteen Set to Release ‘Very Different’ Solo Album
According to manager Jon Landau, Bruce Springsteen is preparing to release "a very different kind of record" as his next solo project.
45 Years Ago: Bruce Springsteen Wows Humble Pie in Opening Slot
On July 11, 1971, Humble Pie had difficulty following their opening act, the Bruce Springsteen Band.
Listen to Bruce Springsteen Read the Foreword to ‘Born on the Fourth of July’ Audiobook
Bruce Springsteen wrote a new foreword to the audiobook version of 'Born on the Fourth of July.'
Paul Stanley Doesn’t Think Bruce Springsteen Ripped Off Kiss’ ‘I Was Made for Lovin’ You’
In discussing the "Stairway to Heaven" trial, Paul Stanley referenced similarities between a Bruce Springsteen song and one of Kiss' biggest hits.
25 Years Ago: Bruce Springsteen Marries Patti Scialfa
On June 8, 1991, Bruce Springsteen married E Street Band member and bona fide Jersey girl Patti Scialfa in the garden of their shared Beverly Hills mansion.