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DVD released in America

Published 2001-11-08
As planned, Live in New York City was released on DVD in the United States on November 6. More surprisingly, the VHS version has been released simultaneously. In selected stores the first few customers were treated with a bonus CD containing live versions of "This Hard Land" and "My Hometown" recorded on June 29, 2000. So while all this is good news for the Americans, people in other parts of the ... Read more

Bruce showed up at Light of Day benefit

Published 2001-11-04
Just like last year Bruce made an appearance at the annual Light of Day benefit at Tradewinds. He joined Joe Grushecky for six songs: "Light of Day", "Lucille", "Twist and Shout", "Ramrod", "Fire" and "Talking to the King", although this is probably not the right order. The show benefited the Parkinson's Disease Foundation. ... Read more

Four holiday shows in Asbury Park

Published 2001-11-03
If you thought last year's two Christmas shows at the Convention Hall in Asbury Park was a one off event, think again. This year will see no less than four shows in the same place, on December 3, 4, 6 and 7. We don't have any details yet, but people in the know seem to think it's a sure thing. As soon as we know when tickets will go on sale, we'll post it, but if you live in the area you may want ... Read more

Bruce Halloween in Boston

Published 2001-10-31
WBOS in Boston is celebrating Halloween tonight with an eight-hour Bruce-marathon starting at 4 PM and running till midnight. Nothing but Bruce will be played during that time. Check out the station's website. ... Read more

DVD postponed

Published 2001-10-28
The Live in New York City DVD has been pushed back a week, at least in Europe where it won't be released until November 12. According to Sony in Sweden the delay is due to problems with the sound on the second disc. In the United States the release date is still listed as November 6. In return for the delay, fans may see the inclusion of two extra tracks that are not listed on the official press r ... Read more

Springsteen fans censored

Published 2001-10-28
One of the oldest Springsteen message boards on the web, the AOL board, which is only accessible for AOL subscribers, has been the subject of a lot of attention this week. Members of the board have found themselves suspended after they protested the deletion of posts that included allegedly "vulgar" Springsteen lyrics. And no, we're not talking about "Red Headed Woman" or "Pilgrim in the Temple o ... Read more

Two glorious nights at the Basie

Published 2001-10-20
As announced previously Bruce Springsteen was part of the all-star lineup at last night's first of two benefit shows at the Count Basie Theater in Red Bank. Bruce, sporting a New York Fire Department cap, came on stage about halfway through the show and played "Tiger Rose" with Sonny Burgess, DJ Fontana and Scotty Moore, the two last-mentioned of Elvis fame. A little later Bruce came back on stag ... Read more

Bruce to record with Jimmy Barnes

Published 2001-10-19
According to Undercover Australian rock act Jimmy Barnes will be recording with Bruce Springsteen for his next album. The two will work together on at least one song for the album which is expected out late next year. It is also expected that Steve Van Zandt will be the producer of the album. ... Read more

Count Basie benefit to be broadcast on TV and web

Published 2001-10-14
Local TV network CN8, which can be viewed in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland and on the Internet, appears to be planning to broadcast the October 19 benefit show live. Check out their program schedule. In other news about the October 18 and 19 shows, Bruce is rumored to have written a song specifically about the WTC attacks that he will play at the Basie shows, but it could very well just be ... Read more

Bruce to play at DC benefit?

Published 2001-10-10
Radio stations in the Washington DC area are announcing that Bruce will be part of the lineup for the October 21 "United We Stand" benefit concert at RFK Stadium. So far he's not on any official lists, but the feeling seems to be that he'll be there. If you decide to go to the show and Bruce doesn't show up, don't blame us for you having to sit through N'Sync, Michael Jackson, Backsteet Boys and o ... Read more
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Mike commenting on this: A musician, as an artist, is no more obligated to put out music deemed appropriate by the masses then is a painter required to cover a canvass with themes imposed on him or her. Springsteen's choice to release an album of material he either created earlier or covering another songwriters material simply expands his musical horizons for himself and those fans who truly enjoy his music. If you have been a fan for as long as I have, starting with 1973's The Wild....etc, then you come to expect different textures and approaches to what he releases. Sit back and enjoy, take in a show, compile a playlist and enjoy the songs Bruce puts forth, there are after-all hundreds to choose from.
jbcarr commenting on this: The "Chimes of Freedom" moment in that concert is still moving to watch.
C Boersma commenting on this: I am curios of the book and the importance of the show for the east back then....