Among other things, Springsteen and U2 are releasing new albums, and we’re hoping Bob Seger might as well.
Call it a Christmas miracle or, maybe more accurately, a mistake, but for a short time over the weekend, Bruce Springsteen’s upcoming album was available to download a few weeks earlier than originally expected.
Clemons is also forging his own musical path: on his downtime from the E Street Band, he began work on his debut EP, Embracing Light, released earlier this month.
The lyric sheet, which dates back to 1974, was written in his hometown of Long Branch, NJ. The lyrics are written in blue ink on an 8 1/2-by-11 sheet of ruled notepaper.
Springsteen’s Facebook post asked, “Got #HighHopes for a new Springsteen album in 2014?” and added the album’s track listing.
“High Hopes” is familiar to Springsteen die-hards; he previously recorded it for the Blood Brothers EP, which was released in 1996 along with the film of the same name,
The university has revealed that it will be offering a semester-long, freshman seminar on Springsteen, which will be led by professor Azzan Yadin-Israel, a Jewish studies and classics specialist. The class will focus on the religious influence on Springsteen’s work, and the syllabus will span the entire discography.
Bruce Springsteen generally communicates with his fans via his music and his performances; he’s not one to post too often on his website or social media. But this week, he took to his official site to post a thank you letter to fans, and also a new music video, which served a similar purpose.
Beginning in 1986, the Human Rights Concerts toured the globe to raise funds and awareness of Amnesty International. Acts like Bruce Springsteen, Sting, U2, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Jimmy Page and more took the stage to perform for a cause.
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, we […]