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 Put Engineer Jimmy Iovine to Sleep ... Twice
Future label boss became a "better person" while working on 'Born to Run.'
Mellencamp and Springsteen to Take Part in Rock Hall Ceremony
Chairman John Sykes confirms several A-list inductors for this year's event.
Listen to Bruce Springsteen's Rendition of 'Don't Play That Song'
It's the latest tune from the Boss' upcoming soul covers album 'Only the Strong Survive.'
Listen to Bruce Springsteen's Cover of Commodores' 'Nightshift'
It's the latest song from the Boss' upcoming album 'Only the Strong Survive.'
The Classic Soul Songs Bruce Springsteen Covers on His New Album
'Only the Strong Survive' features the Boss' take on Aretha Franklin, Four Tops and the Commodores, among others.
Bruce Springsteen Covers Soul Gems on 'Only the Strong Survive'
It's the 21st album of the Boss' long career.
Bruce Springsteen Ticket Prices Ripped by New Jersey Congressman
U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell is charging Ticketmaster with “practices that rip off consumers.”
When Bruce Springsteen Got the Band Back Together on 'The Rising'
The Boss' first album in 18 years with the E Street Band also surveyed hope and heartbreak in the aftermath of 9/11.
Bruce Springsteen’s Manager Defends 'Fair Price' of Tickets
Jon Landau chimes in on the ongoing controversy.
Ticketmaster Defends $4,500 Bruce Springsteen Pricing
Seller says only 11% of sales are connected to "dynamic pricing" policy.