E Street Band member Nils Lofgren admits that their induction last week into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was a bittersweet experience — because it came too late for fellow long-time Bruce Springsteen collaborators Clarence Clemons and Danny Federici.
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‘It makes me dream in CinemaScope’: The E Street Band still provides spark for Bruce Springsteen’s muse
Even as the E Street Band follows Bruce Springsteen into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, some 15 years after the Boss’ induction, putting their impact on his career into perspective remains difficult.
The title is a misnomer, of course. Bob Dylan has been releasing lost treasures for so long now — his Bootleg Series, which dates back to 1991, is up to Volume 10 — that you can find official versions with ease these days.
In the Springsteen catalog, it’s not often that I prefer the studio over the live version of a song, but in the case of “Let’s Be Friends,” it’s the truth.
I’m not sure I’m capable of writing a review of Bruce Springsteen’s latest release. There’s one fact that may disqualify me from rendering a true and proper piece of rock criticism.
On The Rising, Bruce came at the topic of loss from many angles. Here we have a person who’s lost a loved one and is forced to deal with the consequence of a life totally transformed.
A search on RollingStone.com for the keywords “hall+of+fame+2014″ late Monday night brought up what appeared to be the list of final inductees into the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
At the Los Angeles Sports Arena: For those fans who engage in the armchair sport of setlist watching, there had up until recently been some concern that Bruce Springsteen’s current Wrecking Ball tour seemed to be following a very set pattern
Bruce Springsteen has added more dates to his on-going North American tour in support of Wrecking Ball, this time in a series of huge arenas.
The E Street Band is in the midst of one of its most difficult and unusual concert tours ever, interpreting for the first time a new solo release by Bruce Springsteen — and doing so without saxophonist Clarence Clemons or keyboardist Danny Federici