With a fifteen-piece incarnation of the E Street Band at his back, you could forgive Bruce Springsteen for keeping the set list simple. After all, nearly half of the current players onstage have never toured with the Boss. But just a few dates into his 2012 ‘Wrecking Ball’ tour, Springsteen has already begun opening up the set to a mix of live chestnuts and rarities.
Admitted Bruce Springsteen fanatic and fellow New Jersey boy Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, sat down with his musical hero for an in-depth interview set to appear in the next issue of Rolling Stone magazine, which hits newsstands on March 16.
Artist no longer release an album or a C.D-The just put the music out there a cut at a time before the actual release date. Springsteen's new work "Wrecking Ball" is no exception. The latest cut to be released is "You Got It". The release of the remaining two cuts will be:
March 1 - Land Of Hope and Dreams
March 2 - We Are Alive
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If Steven Van Zandt is forever best known as the guitarist for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, he’ll be perfectly fine with that. After all, the checks associated with that distinction are probably more than okay, right?
Although we tragically lost the “Big Man” earlier this year, the lasting legacy of Clarence Clemons can be felt this holiday season with two newly available Christmas tunes that have just been released.
Six days after suffering a massive stroke, saxophone legend and longtime E Street Band member Clarence Clemons has died at the age of 69.
Despite initial reports that Clemons was responding well to treatment – and despite a pair of brain surgeries to repair the damage wrought by the stroke – his condition worsened as the week wore on, and he died on Saturday, June 18.