Asked to sum up New Jersey's Everymen in a single sentence, singer and six-stringer Mike V says the band's got "the hips of the E Street, the balls of Rocket From the Crypt, the heart of the Replacements, the soul of Reigning Sound, [and] the livers of Guided By Voices." If that's not enough, he a ... More >>
Close your eyes, now open them. Just like that, the weekend has come to an end, and now, it's back to the Monday morning grind. But with gigs from Bruce Springsteen AKA the Boss, indie rockers Vampire Weekend, and pop queen Lady Gaga to look forward to, Friday will get here in the blink of an eye. ... More >>
A week and a half ago, Bruce Springsteen's buddy and E Street Band sax player Clarence Clemons died in a Palm Beach hospital from complications following a massive stroke. He was 69 years old. Yesterday, the Boss honored the Big Man by posting his eulogy to brucespringsteen.net. And last night a ... More >>
It took a week to make it onto the web, but you can finally read Bruce Springsteen's eulogy for saxophonist Clarence Clemons in which he called Clemons "the man with a Ph.D. in saxual healing ... the next black president of the United States even though he's dead." Clemons died June 18 from stro ... More >>
The Big Man has died. On June 12, Bruce Springsteen's good friend and longtime E Street Band saxophone player Clarence Clemons suffered a massive stroke at his home in Singer Island, Florida. He was immediately rushed to the hospital, where two brain surgeries were performed to stop cranial blee ... More >>
Have you ever heard from someone who went to a Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band concert and left unsatisfied? The Boss' fans are rabid, and his shows are legendary, often culminating in three hour sets spanning his entire 40-plus-years' catalog. His previously announced tour did not have a st ... More >>
The band might headline a Hard Rock festival overseas.
Yes, there are more local band battles than you can shake a stick at, but the Fort Lauderdale-based Ghost of Gloria is poised, possibly, to win a big-deal national one. The Hard Rock chain has, over the past few months, sponsored its own "Ambassadors of Rock" series. Hard Rock Cafes across the count ... More >>
Have a headbanging holiday.
Kansas leads the pack of regionally branded rock.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE E STREET BAND BANK ATLANTIC CENTER FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2008 Better than: Watching Steven Van Zandt on reruns of "The Sopranos." The lines between rock ‘n’ roll show and revival meeting were effectively blurred beyond distinction Friday night as Bruce Springsteen and the E ... More >>
Springsteen fans who were heading to see The Boss in Sunrise tonight are going to be sorely disappointed as the show has been indefinitely postponed. Last night, news broke that Danny Federici, keyboard player and original member of the E Street Band, passed away at 58 in New York. Federici had been ... More >>
I love love love Little Steven, of his eponymous weekly syndicated Underground Garage radio show (and 24-hour station on Sirius!). (Locally, listen in on Sunday night/Monday morning from midnight to 2:00 a.m. on BIG 105.9 FM, the only time you will hear something beyond the station's seeming 20-song ... More >>
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The Rising "Columbia"
Kirk Franklin redefines gospel music
Springsteen still can prove it all night
The night the music, and its culture, turned into a corpse at the hands of its savior
Vinyl might be a dead configuration, but nobody bothered to tell the rock and rollers that
The late Bruce Springsteen did not appear on Saturday Night Live. And don't let the Japanese convince you he did.
Mighty Max Weinberg strafes an old high school. Now that's class.
If this were war, U.S. would win
Bruce Springsteen bounces back with his first release of the Nineties - and we've got an exclusive pre-release copy!