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 Teases 'Big Surprise' for Fans in 2021
"I have some projects coming up this year that I won't tell 'cause it's going to be a secret," he told SiriusXM.
Why Bruce Springsteen Hated ‘Born To Run’ When He First Heard It
He said he initially wanted to throw career-making album into a hotel pool.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Reunite With E Street Band on ‘SNL’
TV performance marks their first live appearance in four years.
Watch Bruce Springsteen and Bleachers Perform 'chinatown'
Live version of new collaboration was recorded atop New York's Electric Lady Studios.
Springsteen, Bon Jovi Tell New Jersey to 'Wear a Friggin' Mask'
Musicians and Jon Stewart appeared on a billboard encouraging Garden State residents to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Bruce Springsteen Hails Jon Landau's Rock Hall Induction
He received the Ahmet Ertegun Award during a virtual ceremony tonight, along with Eagles manager Irving Azoff.
Watch Bruce Springsteen React to Getting His Own Emoji
Bemused Boss admits he’s “not really sure what that exactly means.”
Bruce Springsteen Suggests He'll Move to Australia if Trump Wins
"If by some happenstance he should be [re-elected]," the rocker says, "I'll see you on the next plane."
Bruce Springsteen Releases Full ‘Letter to You’ Trailer
The Boss explains “45-year conversation” that led to latest album.