Bruce Springsteen Writes 'Born On The Fourth of July' Book IntroSpringstreen introduces Born on the Fourth of July, saying “Read it and rejoice, read it and weep.”
Top 20 Songs Dads Love To Sing At KaraokeA new poll by website Sunfly Karaoke has found the top songs dads like to sing at karaoke. Topping the list is Oasis' hit song Wonderwall.
Bruce Springsteen to Release Live Audio from Past and PresentBruce Springsteen will release audio from European dates of his current tour, as well as a beloved 1990 set from the archives.
Bruce Springsteen Dances with Bearded 'Courteney Cox'During a recent show at London's Wembley Arena, Bruce Springsteen pulled a fan onstage to "dance in the dark" a la Courteney Cox in the iconic music video.
WATCH: Bruce Springsteen And Bono Perform 'Because the Night' in DublinBono has belted out the song with The Boss before, the two performed the track at an E Street show in Miami in 2003.
Bruce Springsteen Gives Coat to Underdressed AdeleWhen Springsteen noticed she was underdressed for the outdoor concert he offered the British songstress her coat.
Bruce Springsteen Adds Second Philadelphia ShowBruce Springsteen just announced an extended stay in the City of Brotherly Love.
'The Boss' Returns To Philadelphia This SeptemberThe rocker and his E Street Band are making another round of trips through the U.S. for their current River tour.
Bruce Springsteen Honors Prince With Purple Rain CoverBruce Springsteen & the E street band, legends themselves, paid their respects to the icon by opening their show in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday with a cover of what is perhaps The Purple One's most famous song, Purple Rain.
Bruce Springsteen Pays Tribute to Prince, Opens with 'Purple Rain'Both artists dominated the charts in 1984; tonight, Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to the fallen icon.
Show Biz Buzz Extra: Pearl Won't JamLike some others before them, Pearl Jam says they won't play in this state
Bruce Springsteen Called 'Bully' by North Carolina Congressman"Bruce is known to be on the radical left and he's got every right to be so, but I consider this a bully tactic," Republican Congressmen Mark Walker said.