Ever since he was called the Future of Rock ‘n’ Roll in 1975, Bruce Springsteen has worked tirelessly to challenge the title, even as he enters the fourth decade of his illustrious career. After a pair of footing-stabilizing albums, Springsteen released his masterwork in 1975, ‘Born to Run,’ an operatic song cycle that bridged ‘60s pop with ‘70s bombast. Since then, he’s created some of rock’s best and most culturally important records, including 1982’s acoustic ‘Nebraska’ and 1984’s monster hit ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ Springsteen sized down a bit in the ‘90s, but returned in 2002 with one of his greatest works, the 9/11-inspired ‘The Rising.’ He also leads one the hardest-working, and all-time best, groups in the world, the E Street Band, which has backed Springsteen for most of his career. His songs of faith, hope and occasional desolation have inspired countless artists over the years.
Bruce Springsteen, 'The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts': Review
Classic performances finally get the audio and visual sets they deserve.
Bruce Springsteen Looking to Sell Catalog for Up to $415 Million
The Boss is looking to unload his album and publishing rights.
How Bruce Springsteen Discovered He Was Trying to Be His Dad
The Boss struggled to find happiness after troubled childhood.
Bruce Springsteen Performs ‘Sherry Darling’ From 'No Nukes' Movie
Watch performance from ‘No Nukes’ show at Madison Square Garden.
John Mellencamp Says Bruce Springsteen is Like a ‘Big Brother’
Singer details how the two rock icons became close friends.
Hear John Mellencamp and Bruce Springsteen Duet ‘Wasted Days’
Song is the first single from Mellencamp's forthcoming album.
Why Bruce Springsteen Performed Drunk in Milwaukee in 1975
Steven Van Zandt says incident happened after a bomb scare.
Bruce Springsteen to Release 'Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts'
Full footage of the E Street Band's entire set has never been officially issued.
Bruce Springsteen's Daughter Jessica Wins Olympic Silver Medal
Rock legend's daughter shines in team event.