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LISTEN: Steven Van Zandt Shares A Song He Wrote With Bruce Springsteen"Our love is tumbling down/ I can't be hanging around/ Love on the wrong side of town," Steven sings soulfully on the updated track.
Bruce Springsteen Doc To Air On HBO CanadaBruce Springsteen: In His Own Words, first aired by Channel 4 in the UK last December.
Bruce Springsteen And Steven Van Zandt Mourn Loss Of Jonathan Demme“He was an inspiration for me, a beautiful filmmaker and a great spirit," wrote Springsteen. "Always smiling, always involved with the world and always pushing you to go for your best."
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Set At Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe two performed "It's Been a Long Time," from the 1991 album Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Chuck Berry's "Bye Bye Johnny."
Bruce Springsteen & Joe Grushecky Release Trump Protest SongThe single, “That’s What Makes Us Great," was inspired by both singers' discontent surrounding the outcome of the presidential election.
Bruce Springsteen Memorabilia Collection on Sale for $7.5 MillionThe batch contains more than 300 items, including everything from guitars and lyrics, to a barely-passing junior high school report card.
Bruce Springsteen's 'L.A. Years': 'Human Touch' And 'Lucky Town,' 25 Years LaterHe left NJ and the E Street Band behind, became a family man, and wrote happy songs. "The people didn't like it."
Artists React To The Death Of Chuck BerryMany artists immediately took to social media to express their admiration of Chuck Berry.
Bruce Springsteen Invites Teen to Play 'Growing Up'“You know this song? You know it on guitar?”
Selfie Truly Captures Bruce Springsteen Concert Experience"I thought if I don’t take this photo now I’ll regret it forever, no one will believe me."
Bruce Springsteen, Tells Australian Fans He's Embarrassed for Americans"We stand before you embarrassed Americans tonight," Springsteen said. "This was a song from 1965 by The Onions. We are gonna use it to send a letter back home."

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