Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Elvis Costello + others have tackled the great existential empty void over the years. But who did it best?
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Released in November 1995, Bruce Springsteen’s ‘The Ghost of Tom Joad’ traced the distance between the American Dream and the American Reality.
They may share a theme, but these songs by Bruce Springsteen, Kiss, Slade and the Who couldn’t be more different.
They’re both closely associated with him. But Bruce Springsteen wasn’t the only connection between Southside Johnny and Little Steven Van Zandt.
When Bruce Springsteen issued ‘The River’ in October of 1980, I didn’t like it very much. Time has changed that – and here’s why.
Albums like Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Tunnel of Love,’ released on Oct. 9, 1987, are the dark but needed respites before his E Street Band roars back to life.
Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born to Run,’ released on Aug. 25, 1975, is dotted with career-making, warhorse tracks. But what of its lesser-heard songs?
A look at five key tracks from Bruce Springsteen’s ‘The Rising,’ released in July 2002. Some are well-known, some less so, some weirdly controversial.
Released this week in 1984, Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ spun off a series of ubiquitous hits. We decided to dig a little deeper.
Eddie and the Cruisers’ “On the Dark Side” faces the Barbusters’ “Light of Day” in a new edition of Odd Couples subtitled “Fakin’ the Bar Band Blues.”