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Bruce Springsteen Recorded a Song for Harry Potter and You Can Hear It Now!

By JJ Duncan on
It's called "I'll Stand By You Always," and it was never used in the movies.Read Full Story

Bruce Springsteen Cancels North Carolina Show in Act of Solidarity with LGBT Citizens

By Cecily Trowbridge on
The state's recently passed HB2 law 'attacks the rights of LGBT citizens,' he said.Read Full Story

'Rolling Stone' Says U2 and Bruce Springsteen Dropped the Year's Best Music

By JJ Duncan on
Is the aging music giant really so out of touch?Read Full Story

Kanye West's Celebrity Defenders and Admirers

By Alicia Dennis on
(Instagram) It's not always easy being a Kanye West fan. Though he's responsible for some of the most groundbreaking music of the past several decades, the Chicago native is unfortunately becoming just as famous for his outlandish outbursts as he is for his beats. Ask the average pop culture enthusiast what West's most memorable accomplishment was in the past year and you'll most likely get an answer involving Kim Kardashian or leather jogging pants. Nevermind that album Yeezus, which landed...Read Full Story

Chris Christie Has Another Reason to Cry Over Bruce Springsteen Thanks to Jimmy Fallon

By Alicia Dennis on
Jimmy Fallon hit a real sweet spot on Tuesday night's episode of Late Night with his "Born to Run" parody of New Jersey governor Chris Christie's "bridgegate" scandal. Outfitted in a cutoff denim vest, bandana, and a ridiculous wig, Fallon sang about shutting down the "tollbooths of glory" before he was joined by the real deal. The Boss."Let me wrap my legs 'round your mighty ribs and relieve your stressful condition," Springsteen sang, adding that he Chris Christie's "little Jersey traffic...Read Full Story

The Most Bitchin' Sax Solos in Music History

By Adam Wenger on
The late, great saxophonist Clarence Clemons and Bruce Springsteen. (Getty Images)If political success was based primarily on one's ability to play a mean sax solo, Kenny G would have been our 42nd president, not Bill Clinton. Alas, there's apparently more to running the United States than just musical abilities (which is probably a good thing). Speaking of good things, here's a list of the most amazing sax solos in music history. Yeah, we digressed a bit. Deal with it. M83 - "Midnight City...Read Full Story

Bruce Springsteen Sells Home at $150,000 Loss

By BangShowbiz on
It's a tough market for home-sellers, and even the celebs aren't immune. Sixty-year-old rocker Bruce Springsteen had advertised one of his lavish mansions in Wellington, Florida -- which boasted five bedrooms and six bathrooms -- for sale at $3.95 million, but sold it for a million less. He bought the 7,862 square-foot property in April 2008 with his wife Patti Scialfa for $3.1 million and finally sold it for $2.95 million -- $150,000 less than they the original purchase price.Despite the...Read Full Story

Lenny Sullivan, Bruce Springsteen's Cousin, Died of Drug Overdose

By BangShowbiz on
Lenny Sullivan, who was singer Bruce Springsteen's assistant road manager, died in October and his autopsy results released this week showed he passed away of  “acute amphetamine and heroin intoxication.” His death was ruled as an “accidental overdose.” Lenny’s body was found on October 26 at the Intercontinental Hotel, in Kansas, shortly before Bruce was to take to the stage at the city’s Spirit Center, forcing him to cancel that night’s concert.A statement on the singer’s website posted...Read Full Story

Bruce Springsteen Didn't Know Where in the World He Was Friday

By Deena Bustillo on
Getty ImagesBruce Springsteen came out on stage Friday night and did what most rock stars do at the beginning of a concert: said hi to his fans. Only maybe the "Born in the USA" singer should've stopped to remember what part of the USA he was in first because he shouted "Hello, Ohio!" to a giant crowd in, oh, Michigan. We're no cartographers, but we certainly know those states aren't the same! Thankfully, guitarist Steve Van Zandt filled The Boss in on his blunder -- but only after...Read Full Story

Bruce Springsteen Cancels Concert After Cousin's Death

By BangShowbiz on
Bruce Springsteen backed out of his Kansas City performance last night after his cousin (who was also a roadie for The E Street Band) was found dead in his hotel room. The rocker took the night off to mourn his 36-year-old cousin. The death is not being treated as suspicious.  A statement on 60-year-old Bruce’s website promised the show will go ahead at a later date. It read: “A warm and sensitive person, he was beloved by Bruce, the band, the crew, and the entire Thrill Hill family...Read Full Story