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The College Dropouts: John Mayer, Madonna Among Music Stars Who Didn’t Graduate

It’s commencement time at colleges coast to coast, which means seeing successful musicians at podiums receiving honorary degrees — among them, Justin Timberlake at Berklee College of Music and Jon Bon Jovi at the University of Pennsylvania. But the music world is full of stars who never matriculated and still managed to come in at […]
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Bruce Springsteen Drops ‘There Goes My Miracle,’ Second Song From New Album

Late last night Bruce Springsteen dropped “There Goes My Miracle,” the second single from his upcoming LP “Western Stars.” Like the first single, “Hello Sunshine,” it’s in the spirit of late-1960s orchestrated pop songs by Glen Campbell, Burt Bacharach and others. Springsteen described the album, which has been finished for several years, in Variety’s 2017 cover […]
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Shorties (Siri Hustvedt on Books and Reading, A New Book about Joy Division, and more)

Siri Hustvedt talked books and reading with the Guardian. Literary Hub shared an excerpt from Jon Savages book, This searing light, the sun, and everything else: Joy Division: An Oral History. May's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: The Great Santini by Pat Conroy The White Album by Joan Didion NYCTaper shared a recent performance by Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore. Northwestern Now profiled author Rebecca Makkai. Stream a new song by . Guy Gunaratne's debut nov...
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Bruce Springsteen – “There Goes My Miracle”

Bruce Springsteen is releasing a new album, Western Stars, about a month from now. It's the Jersey legend's first album of all new songs since 2012's Wrecking Ball and his first full-length since 2014's High Hopes. He's been busy with his Broadway residency and concurrent Netflix special and live … More »
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8 Ways The Grateful Dead Have Become An American Brand

While their music may not be to everyone's taste, there's no denying that the The Grateful Dead have been incredibly successful, not only in their musical career, but also in leveraging their success into an iconic American brand. _________________________ Guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategies Truth be told, I was never much of a Grateful Dead fan.  My tastes leaned more British Invasion – the Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin, Kinks, and the Who.  And my idea of great bands ...
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Life In a Center of Influence

His voice breaks through, and from the background comes a softer, female one that subtly follows the highs and lows. They move through the song with elusive grace, tying notes together from varying octaves, like a cat and mouse.Ever since listening to a certain album in 5th grade, music has been a HUGE influence on me;  from Neil Young’s edgy Rust Never Sleeps, to the Clash’s political classic Sandinista, to New Order’s Power, Corruption and Lies. Surprisingly, I’ve even embraced Bruce Springst...
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Watch Bruce Springsteen Make a Surprise Appearance With Little Steven in Asbury Park

It was a hot night for the “Summer of Sorcery” as Steve Van Zandt and the Disciples of Soul were joined again by Bruce Springsteen for a surprise performance at the Paramount Theater in Asbury Park, New Jersey on Wednesday night, celebrating the band’s new rock and soul album. Van Zandt’s set — which included […]
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‘Long Shot’ Director Jonathan Levine on the Soundtracks to His Movies and Life [Interview]

“Music inspires you to keep making images,” director Jonathan Levine says. The director of The Wackness, 50/50, and the new Seth Rogen–Charlize Theron rom-com, Long Shot, constantly finds himself inspired by music. Whether he’s writing or thinking of the mood for a movie, music is on his mind. His love for music was evident from the start of his career with The Wackness, but his movies that followed have been packed with songs that fit just right. With Long Shot, he was mostly inspired by music...
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Asbury Park Doc Featuring Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Van Zandt to Hit Theaters

“Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock n’ Roll,” a new documentary exploring the roots of the New Jersey sound, is hitting theaters worldwide for an engagement on May 22 and 29. The film chronicles the town’s founding, its Jersey Shore heyday and dark periods like the race riots of the 1960s. Helping to dig deep into […]
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, News, New Jersey, Jersey Shore, Asbury Park, Steven Van Zandt, Trafalgar Releasing, Bruce Springsteen Stevie Van Zandt


Bruce Springsteen and Martin Scorsese Talk About ‘Are You Talkin’ to Me?’ and How ‘Last Waltz’ Influenced ‘Broadway’

In their conversation Sunday night at a private Netflix event honoring “Springsteen on Broadway,” Bruce Springsteen and Martin Scorsese spent close to a third of the 45-minute chat discussing their mutual roots in east coast Catholicism and how they’ve both come to terms with a kind of faith. “I think as you get older, what […]
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Bruce Springsteen Already Wrote A New E Street Band Album To Tour After Western Stars

Bruce Springsteen spent all of 2018 turning an acoustic one-man show into a massive Broadway residency. He ended the year by releasing a Netflix special and a live album. And when he finally finished that run, there was rampant speculation that he'd kick off another massive, stadium-sized tour with … More »
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Bruce Springsteen Reveals He Just Wrote an Entire Album for E Street Band to Tour Behind

Bruce Springsteen hasn’t made too many public predictions about whether he’d ever record or tour with the E Street Band again. Sunday night, he answered a firm yes to both those questions. Although Springsteen gave no indication about when these things might come to fruition — since he does have a solo album, “Western Stars,” […]
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Springsteen, Scorsese talk Catholicism, films and creativity

LOS ANGELES (AP) — With a friendship going back to a fateful meeting at The Roxy in 1975, Bruce Springsteen and Martin Scorsese shared the stage in Los Angeles Sunday night for a wide-ranging conversation about everything from their Catholic upbringings and maturing faith to Flannery O’Connor, concert documentaries and the role of an audience. […]
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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week's countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify. More »
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Official Trailer for Amazing Springsteen Musical 'Blinded by the Light'

"I can feel it all right here! It's like Bruce knows everything I've ever felt." Warner Bros has unveiled the first trailer for Chadha's Blinded by the Light, the triumphant, instant-classic musical comedy about a teen from England who loves Bruce Springsteen. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to universal acclaim, being heralded as the next great indie musical following Sing Street. Inspired by a true story, based on Sarfraz Manzoor's acclaimed memoir, the film ...
Tags: England, Bruce Springsteen, Movies, Trailer, Warner Bros, Sarfraz Manzoor, Bruce, Javed, To Watch, Chadha, Dean Charles Chapman, Viveik Kalra


‘Blinded by the Light’ Trailer: One Teen Lets the Music of Bruce Springsteen Guide the Way

Even though the summer is chock-full of blockbusters, there are some indie treasures that will be vying for your attention this season, and one of them was quite the sensation at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Based on Sarfraz Manzoor’s acclaimed memoir Greetings from Bury Park, the film Blinded by the Light tells the true story of how one Pakistani British teen (newcomer Viveik Kalra in a breakthrough performance) takes solace in the inspirational tunes of Bruce Springsteen. Cla...
Tags: Comedy, Bruce Springsteen, Movies, Drama, Teen, Broadway, Movie Trailers, Musical, Warner Brothers, Beckham, Sarfraz Manzoor, Hayley Atwell, Springsteen, Gurinder Chadha, Javed, Luton England


Blinded by the Light Trailer Revels in the Power of Springsteen

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Blinded by the Light trailer revels in the power of Springsteen The official trailer and photos for Blinded by the Light, the upcoming drama inspired and set to the music and lyrics of Bruce Springsteen’s timeless songs, have been released by Warner Bros. Pictures. Check out the trailer in the player below as well as the photos in the gallery! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRef...
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Life In a Center of Influence

His voice breaks through, and from the background comes a softer, female one that subtly follows the highs and lows. They move through the song with elusive grace, tying notes together from varying octaves, like a cat and mouse.Ever since listening to a certain album in 5th grade, music has been a HUGE influence on me;  from Neil Young’s edgy Rust Never Sleeps, to the Clash’s political classic Sandinista, to New Order’s Power, Corruption and Lies. Surprisingly, I’ve even embraced Bruce Springst...
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, Sport, Neil Young, Running, Red Cross, Will Cooper, Power Corruption, Bishop High Sierra


How Music Impacts Your Driving: It’s a Bittersweet Symphony

It’s road trip season, so it’s time to start making the ultimate playlist. As Friedrich Nietzsche said, “without music, life would be a mistake.” Let’s be honest, a road trip without music is like a day without sunshine. Openbay is all about getting you road trip-ready, so we took a deep dive into how music impacts your driving to get you from point A to B as safely and enjoyably as possible. If your go-to driving playlist has some Bruce Springsteen on it, you’re definitely not alone. Acc...
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Biden’s Pitch: I’m Good Enough for Democrats and Better Than Trump

Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast / Photos GettyWe are starting to see what a Joe Biden candidacy will look like. It’s a two-pronged approach, designed to (a) inoculate himself against charges of being an old white guy in a Democratic primary, while (b) simultaneously casting himself as the old white guy who’s Donald Trump’s most serious obstacle to winning states like Pennsylvania.This was the backdrop when Joe Biden took the stage to Bruce Springsteen’s “We Take Care of Our Ow...
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Bruce Springsteen Shares Memories In Surprise Appearance at Asbury Park Film Festival

Bruce Springsteen was a surprise guest at the Asbury Park Music and Film Festival for a viewing of his own documentary of clips culled from the Bruce Springsteen Archives Saturdsy at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park. The presentation featured rare and never before seen performances of Springsteen and the E Street Band at the Bottom Line, Hammersmith Odeon, Apollo […]
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Bruce Springsteen Makes Surprise Appearance at Asbury Park Film Festival

Bruce Springsteen was a surprise guest at the Asbury Park Music and Film Festival for a viewing of his documentary of clips culled from the Bruce Springsteen Archives Saturday at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park. The presentation featured rare performances of Springsteen and the E Street Band at the Bottom Line, Hammersmith Odeon, Apollo Theater, […]
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Tribeca Film Review: ‘Run’

You expect one thing from a film that opens with a quote from Bruce Springsteen’s career-making 1975 anthem “Born to Run”: a road movie, one with escape and exploration on its mind, eventually bounding forward from the glum, gray town of its establishing shots. “Run,” the third feature from mood-mongering Scottish filmmaker Scott Graham, both […]
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Bruce Springsteen Finds a New Sound By Looking To the Past

"Hello Sunshine," the first single from Bruce Springsteen's upcoming album Western Stars, shares the same melancholy space as early '70s ballads by Jimmy Webb and Kris Kristofferson.(Image credit: Kalle Gustafsson / trunkarchive.)
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Bruce Springsteen – “Hello Sunshine”

Since ending his year-long stint on Broadway, rumors have swirled around what could possibly be next for Bruce Springsteen. After releasing a Netflix special and live album based on the show's soundtrack, it was thought that maybe he'd tour or release new music with the E Street Band. More »
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Bruce Springsteen Drops New Song, ‘Hello Sunshine’ (Listen)

While listeners of SiriusXM’s E Street Radio got an advance listen — actually several advance listens — Bruce Springsteen didn’t officially drop his new single, “Hello Sunshine,” until midnight ET — and released an accompanying lyric video as well. While it’s great as far as lyric videos go, of course what really matters here is […]
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Single Review: Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Hello Sunshine’

Bruce Springsteen’s new single, “Hello Sunshine,” doesn’t officially arrive until midnight, but the Boss knows which side his bread is buttered on and has allowed SiriusXM’s E Street Radio to play the song earlier on Thursday — which it has, multiple times, although his voice is basically the only thing in the single that sounds […]
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Bruce Springsteen announces a new solo album inspired by late '60s-early '70s pop

Roll down your car windows and get ready to rock. Bruce Springsteen is releasing his first studio album in five years.
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Bruce Springsteen has a new solo album

Roll down your car windows and get ready to rock. Bruce Springsteen just announced his first studio album in five years.
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'The Boss' has a new solo album inspired by late '60s-early '70s pop

Roll down your car windows and get ready to rock. Bruce Springsteen just announced his first studio album in five years.
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