He also began changing Springsteen
's personality, or at least his image.
burst forth in 1971 with "Greetings from Asbury Park, New Jersey," his lyrics were exuberant, poetic, even mildly hallucinogenic.
's upcoming documentary also shares its name with his first studio album in last five years.
's "Western Stars" raced in at second -- marking the first time since 1985 that the Queen of Pop and The Boss are reigning over the album chart together.
In the battle of the American music legends, Springsteen
's 19th record finished 25,000 combined sales ahead of Madge's Madame X, the Official Charts Company said.
According to reports, both President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama are huge fans of Springsteen
's music, and this leaves us with a question to be answered: Why do most of the leaders of the Democrat Party in America cherish the music of The Boss?
presents getting on stage to perform in front of 80,000 screaming rock fans as nothing more remarkable than going to work.
Rock star Bruce Springsteen
says he knows he is not completely well.
Like other autobiographies that put the protagonist in a wider context, Springsteen
's book is also the history of a time and a place, beginning with his hometown, Freehold, New Jersey, and the houses of families like his own--places where, he writes, "people make lives, suffer pain, enjoy small pleasures ...
From the first chords of an acoustic version of For You to the final strains of Thunder Road, again acoustic, Springsteen
's E Street Band held their adoring public in the palms of their hands.
Glory Days are back as Bruce Springsteen
and the E Street Band roll into town for two sold-out gigs at Croke Park.
The Boss Bruce Springsteen
may not be playing Newcastle on his The River tour -- but maybe the next best thing has included a Toon date on theirs.