Little Steven says E Street album is likely

Published 1999-12-28
By Karsten S. Andersen
In an interview with Robert Hilburn in Los Angeles Times, Steve Van Zandt revealed no specific plans to record a new album with Bruce and the E Streeters, but he did say that the reunion was "too good to just walk away". Read the interview here. In other Little Steven news, last week saw him filming a new episode of the Sopranos in Asbury Park. We received this image from the event from the mysterious Hazy Davy, who will later provide us with a story from the good old days at the real Greasy.... Read more
   

"Santa Claus..." best Christmas song in the univer

Published 1999-12-25
By Karsten S. Andersen
We did it! After having struggled to avoid the last spot a few days ago with his version of "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town", Bruce carried the victory in Danish radio's Christmas song vote. He beat Wham's "Last Christmas" by a safe margin and thus became the winner of the "Best Christmas Song in the Universe" contest. The victory was not least due to the combined efforts of Bruce fans all over the world who took the time to vote. See the results.... Read more
   

Rumors of new double album

Published 1999-12-25
By Karsten S. Andersen
Rumors of a March release of a new double album are swirling on Greasy Lake's own discussion forum, The Circuit. The rumors, which appear to come from different sources, say that the album will be called Glory Days Revisited or Thunder Road Revisited and that one disc will be new material while the other will be live recordings from the 1999 tour. Make of it what you think, but as usual with these kinds of rumors, don't hold your.... Read more
   

Clarence on Simpsons

Published 1999-12-22
By Karsten S. Andersen
In the spring there were rumors that Bruce would make a sound appearance on famous cartoon series The Simpsons. The appearance never materialized, but in the latest episode Clarence Clemons did what his boss couldn't do. He added his voice to a Christmas special, so if you didn't catch it, look out for.... Read more
   

Bruce celebrates Christmas at McLoone's

Published 1999-12-22
By Karsten S. Andersen
Bruce threw one of his big Christmas parties the other night at McLoone's Rumrunner in Sea Bright. Bobby Bandiera's band served as house band, but of course Bruce couldn't let them play alone. He was on stage for an extended mix of old classics and Cristmas.... Read more
   

Rumored Bruce appearance tonight

Published 1999-12-16
By Karsten S. Andersen
According to Yahoo Daily News Bruce is rumored to appear tonight in Littleton, Colorado, to help paying tribute to the police offircers and rescue personal who responded to the massacre at Columbine High School earlier this year. We would place this rumor in the "higly unlikely" stack, but if you live nearby it might be worth checking out, if nothing else to support the good.... Read more
   

Mike Rocket honors Bruce

Published 1999-12-16
By Karsten S. Andersen
The Asbury Park music scene will blast back to life. At least for one day in the first quarter of next year when local boy Mike "Rocket" and Who's the Boss Band will shoot a video for their tribute to Bruce called "Hey Bruce". Numerous familiar faces from the Jersey Shore music scene will make appearances, including Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez and Richard Blackwell. Mike "Rocket" is known not least for his incredible resemblance to the young Bruce Springsteen, and the two have met on a couple of.... Read more
   

Bruce to Cincinnati

Published 1999-12-12
By Karsten S. Andersen
While the tour is at a halt the rumors of where next year will take Bruce and the band continue. On December 3, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported that will Bruce will perform at the First Star Center in early spring. Of course, nothing is official and things can change many times before an announcement is.... Read more
   

Liberace more important than the Boss?

Published 1999-12-09
By Karsten S. Andersen
E online thinks so. On their website they have a list of the Top 12 performers of the past 100 years. And you guessed it - the Boss was left off! If you are as outraged as we are, you can voice your displeasure! Send an E-mail to: stories@eonline.com. Let them know that the Ministry of Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band can not be.... Read more
   

Bruce jammed with Bon Jovi

Published 1999-12-09
By Karsten S. Andersen
We're not exactly sure of the what day it happened, but it appears Bruce didn't lay low for long after the last show on his tour. At a big Christmas party at an unknown barn in New Jersey, the band Bon Jovi first hit the stage. After a while they were joined by Bruce, Southside Johnny and Patti Scialfa. The setlist consisted of old rock standards such as "Lucille", "Pretty Woman" and "It's All Over Now", but there was also room for an impromptu "Red-Headed.... Read more
   


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