Bruce Springsteen has dropped some serious hints that he is working on a new album - which would be his 18th studio record to date- saying that he still has “a lot of material” to share.
Wembley Stadium, London
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Bruce Springsteen has paid tribute to saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who died aged 69 over the weekend.
You probably know this already, but for those of us who've previously suffered a blind spot on matters of the Boss, this is a timely reminder of just how good his first seven albums, collected here, are.
Out of the 'Darkness' – why Bruce was born to run and run
The sum of their parts: a rock band so in love with rock form that they're prepared to wear their loot on their sleeves.
White-boy retro-soul, long on attitude and stomp, short on subtlety.
With the sun slowly dropping out of the sky over Hyde Park and in front of tens of thousands of expectant fans, the pressure was on for Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band. Hot on the heels of their celebrated headliner at Glastonbury the night before, they had a lot to live up to.
Bruce Springsteen's drummer Max Weinberg is unable to perform at Glastonbury this weekend due to prior commitments with the house band at the Conan O'Brian Show. His son Jay is stepping into the breach as his replacement for the gig.
When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band headline Glastonbury tomorrow, most fans will doubtless get the barnstorming rock'n'roll show they made their name with more than 30 years ago. But Springsteen's weighty place in critics' hearts has to do with a more desolate strand in his work, a faded Americana adapted from the Depression laments of protest singer Woody Guthrie and John Steinbeck. This led to his very best songs. But forced worthiness rewarded by unquestioning critical reverence has been the other result of Bruce's double-life as dustbowl troubadour.
He opened Obama's inauguration concert and now The Boss is back with brilliant new album Working on a Dream.
Recorded in between times on last year's concert tour, and it sounds like it.
Under blue skies and in biting cold, the 44th President was sworn in to power and a new age began
The Boss is back and born to run