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New Greasy Lake is online

Published 2010-10-10

As you have probably noticed, change has come to Greasy Lake. Today we present a brand new version of the site, with brand new features and a brand new look. The highlights include:

  • New reference section with all the trivia you need about Bruce: discography, setlists, chords and lyrics
  • A new Google map showing all the historic places that any Bruce f ... Read more

Authors, DJ's and movie makers fueled by Bruce

Published 2010-10-06

Bruce is seemingly relaxing after his recent trip to Toronto, but others are busy keeping him in the spotlight and using their creativity to honor their hero. Several fan projects have seen or will be seeing the light of day during this fall. A new all-Bruce internet radio show, "Groove It All Night", has emerged on something called HomeGrownRadioNJ. Every other week the host Juli ... Read more

Happy 61st!

Published 2010-09-23

As everybody who reads this page is probably well aware, Bruce Springsteen turns 61 today. So here's the official Greasy Lake wish for a Happy Birthday and many more! We and your millions of fans continue to be incredibly grateful for your music and for making our lives better. A new Springsteen release is still one of the greatest thrills we know, and your shows are still our drug and ins ... Read more

Bruce does "Better Things"

Published 2010-09-22

It's been known for a long time that Bruce would appear on an upcoming duets album by former Kinks front man Ray Davies, and it has also been rumored that the song would be "Better Things". But now it has been confirmed that it will indeed be the Kinks' 1981 UK hit that will feature our man. Other artists involved in the project are Metalli ... Read more

Bruce at the movies

Published 2010-09-15

As announced a few weeks ago, Bruce himself showed up at the Toronto International Film Festival last night to introduce the gala screening of the new Darkness documentary, The Promise. Before that, the press got a few comments out of him, including how Bruce had forgotten all about the footage that had been shot during the Darkness sessions, and he praised Thom Zimny for putting it together. R ... Read more

Bruce rocked the Pony for another school benefit

Published 2010-09-12

As has been tradition for several years now, Bruce got on stage last night at the Stone Pony to do what he could to raise funds for one of his kid's school - this time, as a first, the Boston College where Bruce's oldest, Evan, is a sophomore.

Anyway, as we all know, the only way Bruce knows how to raise funds, is to play some rock 'n' roll and hope people - primarly other parents - wi ... Read more

Poll of the week: Janey is tougher than the rest

Published 2010-08-31

Always the icon of masculinity, Bruce is not exactly known for his portraits of women. But over the years his song canon has grown to include several interesting and convincing descriptions of female characters. Our question in last week's poll was which of those women is strongest. We left it up to you to define the word "strong", but that didn't keep you from voting. And while none ... Read more

DARKNESS BOX IS OFFICIAL!!!!!!!!!

Published 2010-08-26

There are no headlilnes big enough for this one. Finally, finally, finally.... after years of rumors and speculations, the reissue of the Darkness on the Edge of Town album is official. No, this is not a dream, it's not a joke, it's the real deal. November 16 is the date (probably November 15 in most of Europe) and Bruce's largest release in terms of number of discs is the result. No l ... Read more

The Bruce Librarian, part 2: Big Man � Real Life & Tall Tales

Published 2010-08-19

The fan world was really excited when the first autobiography by an E Street Band member was announced. Finally we would get to hear all the inside stories and gossip by someone who was there. Finally we would get answers to all our questions.

BThe Bruce Librarianut no, Big Man – Real Life ... Read more

Darkness documentary to premiere on September 14

Published 2010-08-04

The Darkness reissue box is now officially official.... Well, sort of. We did get a press release today, but it wasn't for the box itself. Instead it was for the accompanying documentary, which, the announcements says, will be shown at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 14. It's called The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town and it was put togethe ... Read more

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Dave commenting on this: Really enjoying it so far, but only up to the Darkness sessions. Amazing writing for an amateur!
Charlene Linden commenting on this: I want to read it more than ever. When I saw him play at my university (Clark University, Worcester MA Oct.6 1974, 6 days before my 17th) I was frightened and lonely. I was younger than other students because I had graduated HS early. The tickets were free with our activity fee. I thought - oh he's going to be another self indulgent singer song writer. The 70s were full of those. My room mate could see that I was hesitant, and assured me that I'd love him. And I did. I felt a spiritually uplifting and joyous experience, like no other. This was more than music. This became a transformative event.One I would repeat many times. I am not at all shocked that Bruce is still a tortured soul - more than the bouts with depression that we all know. Along with the late Lou Reed, he is responsible for some of the best American rock and roll. I can't wait until the snow lets up. I NEED this book!
Mikey commenting on this: Interesting thoughts, I even agree with some of them, which might scare you. Thanks for the review