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Danny Federici album slated for July 26 release

Published 2005-07-12
E Street keyboard player Danny Federici's second solo album will be released on July 26 on V2 records. The title is Out of A Dream and is a return to Danny's jazz and blues roots. Apart from original compositions by Federici the album also contains a cover of Rolling Stones' "Miss You", which is also the first single, and a cover of Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door". If you can't find Out of a D ... Read more

No official Born to Run anniversary announcement

Published 2005-07-12
It wasn't an announcement for the expected 30th anniversary edition of Born to Run that the Japanese Sony site published the other day, as reported here. It was merely an announcement of Born to Run being released in the "mini-LP" cardboard packaging reissue series. That is, only a different packaging, the contents are the same. But the fact remains that we may still see some sort of anniversary r ... Read more

Sony Japan announces Born to Run anniversary edition

Published 2005-07-06
The official site of Sony in Japan appears to be advertising a deluxe Born to Run package to be released in August. The 30th anniversary edition will, according to the site, consist of three CDs: one with the album in a remastered version, and the two others with unreleased live footage, interviews and other bonus material. It is not known whether any of the discs will be DVD. Bruce is said to hav ... Read more

Greasy Lake is back!

Published 2005-07-03
After a long break due to the webmaster's personal commitments, lack of Internet at the new Greasy Lake HQ, and being on the road to follow Bruce, we are now back in full swing with the latest news and rumors. Needless to say it has been a extremely frustrating not to be able to keep the site properly updated during a time when Bruce has been touring, but hopefully we will be able to catch up with ... Read more

Bruce played Iceland

Published 2005-07-03
During a stopover at Iceland's Keflavik Airport on his way back home from his European tour, Bruce entertained airport staff with a mini-set of acoustic songs. The performance took place on Tuesday night only a few hours after the last note of Bruce's show in Berlin. It is not known exactly what songs were played, but according to some sources Bruce did "Dancing in the Dark", "Bobby Jean", "This H ... Read more

More North American shows added

Published 2005-06-14
17 more shows have been added to the tour schedule. Starting in Ottawa, Canada, on July 13 the tour will continue for another month with another Canadian show, Vancouver on August 13. In between he will hit the Northwest US, the Midwest and other US cities. See the dates on www.brucespringsteen.net. We will add them ... Read more

Hamburg and Berlin postponed

Published 2005-06-08
For unknown reasons Bruce has postponed his shows in Hamburg and Berlin this upcoming weekend. The shows have been postponed to June 27 and 28 respectively. Speculations are running wild as to what has caused this, but so far there is no official word on the matter. ... Read more

New Jersey Music Hall of Fame to open in 2006

Published 2005-05-27
At a press conference on May 16 plans for a New Jersey Music Hall of Fame to open in the summer of 2006 were revealed. Bruce will of course have his place in the new museum, but there will also be room for countless other artists who have contributed to the New Jersey music scene. The organizers behind this initiative are long-time compadres Gary Wien and David J. Mieras. The latter is known for h ... Read more

Bruce in Europe

Published 2005-05-25
Bruce kicked off the European leg of the tour last night at The Point in Dublin. For the next month he will cover the continent with his one-man-show that has proved to be much more than just Bruce and an acoustic guitar. He has covered new territory by using everything from pump organ to foot-stomping to accompany his songs, which has made for a more diverse experience to many fans than the Ghost ... Read more

...Or did he cover Suicide?

Published 2005-05-13
Much confusion as to what exactly that song was Bruce did in Chicago. First it was reported that it was a new Springsteen composition, then a cover of a Roy Orbison song, and now most people seem to think it was a cover of a song by the band Suicide. Whatever the case, it made a strong impression on those who were there. Let's hope he does it again. ... Read more
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Katie Charles commenting on this: Sounds like it was a great concert ! Sorry to to have missed it.
Thank goodness all of Bruce's concerts are an amazing experience. Rock on Burce !!!
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.