Of all the songs in Bruce Springsteen's extensive catalog, the one that could have expected to be permanently retired following the death of Clarence Clemons was 'Jungleland.' Its defining characteristic -- a two-minute, 20-second saxophone solo -- was Clemons' career highl…
As Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band prepare to go back out on the road behind their new album, 'Wrecking Ball,' guitarist Nils Lofgren has been doing a lion's share of the press. In a recent interview with Washington D.C.'s WBIG radio, Lofgren spoke about how the concerts …
'Wrecking Ball' is Bruce Springsteen's 17th album and is being touted as his most political statement to date. Seems a bit odd that he'd launch it in Paris, France instead of the good old U.S. of A -- but then again, the French do know a thing or two about revolutions.
Fans of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are remembering one of the greats as today (Jan. 11) would have been the 70th birthday of late saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who passed away last June after suffering a stroke.
In Nils Lofgen's eyes, E Street will forever be missing a cherished neighbor. The guitar legend is still mourning the loss of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who died following a stroke six months ago.
Although we tragically lost the "Big Man" earlier this year, the lasting legacy of Clarence Clemons can be felt this holiday season with two newly available Christmas tunes that have just been released.
Bruce Springsteen returned to the stage on Saturday night for a surprise show at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, N.J. that found ‘The Boss’ plowing through a 25-song set that ran over two and a half hours.