BOSS: The Biannual Online-Journal of Springsteen
HE was born in the USA, but 30 years ago today, Bruce Springsteen
rocked Tyneside to its foundations with the first of two sold-out shows at St James' Park.
WHEN a young Bruce Springsteen
was setting out on a life in music, he would little have imagined that people would still be making rock'n'roll at the age of 65.
is set to release a graphic novel based on the lyrics to his song Outlaw Pete.
didn't prove it all night at the Mohegan Sun Arena but he certainly proved it for three hours and 14 minutes (and 30 songs later) that he is the undisputed "Boss'' and is still the best concert ticket rock 'n' roll has to offer.
Fans are on the hunt for cheap Bruce Springsteen
tickets, as they become available in the public market today.
However, it's not all bad for Springsteen
because his fans that were able to listen to his new songs reacted positively to the "High Hopes" album.
aficionados still refer to themselves as "tramps".
fans were out in full force from the early hours ahead of last night's concert in the Welsh capital.
EXCITED fans of legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen
have pitched tents outside the Millennium Stadium ahead of his stadium gig there - 48 hours before the gates open.
: Interviews, Speeches, and Encounters is an excellent collection of the interviews given by Springsteen
, editing nearly forty decades of assembled interviews, speeches and insights from Springsteen
's own words and providing fans with reflections blended with autobiographical insights.
jetted into Scotland last night for his massive Hampden gig in a separate plane from his bandmates.