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Bruce music on Cold Case

Published 2005-12-22
If you're a fan of crime television series and of Bruce, January 8 will be a day to remember. The CBS series Cold Case will feature no less than nine Springsteen songs in the soundtrack including "Bobby Jean", "Drive All Night", and "No Surrender". To those of you who have no clue what Cold Case is, it's about a female detective specializing in solving murder cases that everyone else has given up ... Read more

Bruce to record with band members

Published 2005-12-22
Bruce will spend part of January and February recording new music with various E Street Band members, according to a reliable source. Bruce allegedly wrote lots of new songs on the Devils & Dust Tour and is ready to try them out in the studio. If these preliminary recordings turn out well, more full-blown recording sessions can be expected to start soon after. When an album can be ready after that ... Read more

Last glimpse of the Upstage Club

Published 2005-12-21
As we mentioned a few weeks ago, the house that used to host the legendary Upstage Club is about to be torn down. But before that happens, last Sunday a group of the old regulars who used to frequent when Bruce was just a local guitar wiz, and a film crew, took a tour of the place and documented it with photos and video. You can read more about the day and see some of the photos on the Read more

New Jersey honors Bruce

Published 2005-12-17
The New Jersey senate has passed a resolution honoring Bruce Springsteen for his role as an ambassador for New Jersey. The resolution was sponsored by Senator Ray Lesniak in connection with the 30th anniversary of Born to Run. A few weeks ago a similar resolution was refused in the federal senate. ... Read more

New York Guitar Festival 2006 Honors Nebraska

Published 2005-12-16
The New York Guitar Festival 2006 is honoring Bruce Springsteen's 1982 Nebraska album with a free gala concert under the glass atrium of the World Financial Center Winter Garden, 220 Vesey Street, Saturday, January 14, at 8:00pm. Entitled The Nebraska Project, this 25th anniversary celebration of the classic Bruce Springsteen album features on one stage a distinctive roster of singer-songwr ... Read more

MOJO Radio Presents Bruce Springsteen weekend

Published 2005-12-16
This weekend MOJO Radio (part of MOJO music magazine) honors Bruce Springsteen. In recognition of the 30th anniversary of the explosive Born to Run album, MOJO celebrates with a weekend of special programming dedicated to Springsteen?s remarkable career to date. On Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th December between 9am and 5pm each day (British time), Mojo Radio will be featuring an almi ... Read more

Bruce nominated for five Grammies

Published 2005-12-08
True to tradition when he releases something new (and sometimes when he doesn't), Bruce was nominated for a number of Grammies, all of them for Devils & Dust, song or album/DVD. The categories are Song Of The Year, Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance, Best Rock Song, Best Contemporary Folk Album, Best Long Form Music Video. The awards show will take place in February. ... Read more

AERIA Records To Release Album Benefiting New Jersey Music Hall of Fame

Published 2005-12-05
AERIA Records has announced plans to release a compilation album of original New Jersey musical artists benefiting the New Jersey Music Hall of Fame. "Our intention is to release an album comprised of both established and upcoming artists that illustrates a contemporary snapshot of New Jersey?s ever evolving musical landscape, promote and distribute it nationally, and raise much needed funds for t ... Read more

Showcase for Jersey artists

Published 2005-12-01
If you don't have anything to do on December 10 and live in New Jersey or vicinity, consider taking the trip to the Stone Pony and witness the next stars from New Jersey as they start their rise to fame. The New Jersey Music Hall of Fame has taken the initiative and proceeds will benefit the Monmouth/Ocean County Food Bank. The lineup includes Read more

Upstage club to be demolished

Published 2005-12-01
One of the last remaining historical music landmarks in Asbury Park is scheduled to be gutted for condos in January, 2006. Incredibly, 35 years after the demise, the 2nd and 3rd floors of 700 Cookman Avenue still have all the original artwork and stage, etc. In the late Sixties and very early Seventies Springsteen spent hundreds of hours jamming at the Upstage and met several of his later associat ... 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....