Jimmy Fallon Channels Springsteen on 'Robert Mueller's Coming to Town'He rewrote the lyrics of the Christmas classic to reflect the U.S. Special Counsel's investigation into the alleged intervention by Russia in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Bruce Springsteen Extends Broadway Run Through June 2018Springsteen fans shut out of the initial run of dates now have a second chance to see the show.
Today In Music History: 11/07/17We get Ted Nugent shooting squirrels, The Beatles in Ireland, The Captain and Tenille renew their wedding vows and Bruce takes his 8th studio album to #1 Today in Music History.
New Bruce Springsteen Track Appears in 'Thank You For Your Service'The drama about an Iraq War veteran features "Freedom Cadence," a new song the Boss recorded for the film.
Rick Stacy On Demand 10.19.17A thief steals from coin-operated vacuums, Bruce Springsteen hits Broadway, and an uptight school bans Halloween in today's Rick Stacy On Demand.
Today In Music History: 10/07/17John Lennon would've been 77 today, Elvis and Priscilla call it quits, Glen Campbell plays with the Beach Boys and The Boss releases "Tunnel of Love."
Bruce Springsteen Dedicates Broadway Debut to Tom PettyBruce played 15 songs in total, interspersed with spoken excerpts from his autobiography and various reflections and off-the-cuff remarks.
Bruce Springsteen Says Next Solo Album is FinishedGlen Campbell, Jimmy Webb, Burt Bacharach all influenced the new solo endeavor.
Bruce Springsteen Remembers Tom Petty: 'A Long Lost Brother'"Down here on E Street, we’re devastated and heartbroken over the death of Tom Petty."
Today In Music History: 09/27/17Meatloaf turns 70, Lil wayne beats Elvis, The Beatles get back on the charts 22 years later and Springsteen turns writer...Today in Music History.
'Springsteen on Broadway' Inspired by Obama White House Farewell Gig"I’m playing familiar music, but I believe it will lead you to hear it with very fresh ears by the context that I set it in."
Today In Music History: 09/22/17Lobo performs on American Bandstand, John Lennon signs with Geffen records, Full House debuts on TV and Bruce Springsteen goes "Unplugged" for one song.