Posts Tagged ‘ Bruce Springsteen ’

I Might Be Wrong: Five predictions for SXSW 2012

Grimes is one of the must-see acts at SXSW 2012. Photo by Chad Batka, The New York Times.

SXSW 2012 predictions featuring Bruce Springsteen, Grimes, the Lumineers, Todd Barry, Titus Andronicus and more



Adele top winner at 2012 Grammys

Adele @ Ogden Theatre

Adele top winner at 2012 Grammys. Here’s a look back at the night including Whitney Houston tribute and Paul McCartney, Beach Boys, Nicki Minaj, more



I Might Be Wrong: The 5 best Christmas classics

I Might Be Wrong: The 5 best Christmas classics

The Top 5 Christmas songs of all time featuring Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Luciano Pavarotti, David Bowie and more



Considering 9/11: Sorting out the best music, TV and video games from our collective tragedy

Jay-Z, seen here at Madison Square Garden on the 8th anniversary of 9/11. Photo courtesy of misthis.blogspot.com.

Considering pop culture in the wake of 9/11: How Jay-Z’s “The Black Album,” Wilco’s “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot,” “Rescue Me” and Call of Duty responded to tragedy



These go to 11: A Fourth of July soundtrack

These go to 11: A Fourth of July soundtrack

The best Fourth of July songs, from Ray Charles to Bruce Springsteen to Team America



I Might Be Wrong: I hope I die before I get old

Keith Richards, age 13. Photo by Herbert Knosowski, AP.

It’s time for aging rockers like the Who, the Rolling Stones and Aerosmith to pack it in



Album reviews: Rihanna, Keith Urban, the Floacist, Bruce Springsteen

Album reviews: Rihanna, Keith Urban, the Floacist, Bruce Springsteen

Album reviews: Rhianna, Keith Urban, the Floacist, Bruce Springsteen



Live review: Gaslight Anthem @ the Gothic Theatre

Live review: Gaslight Anthem @ the Gothic Theatre

The Gaslight Anthem were road-hardened and ready to rock at the Gothic Theatre on Friday. Photos by Joe McCabe. In late-2007, the Gaslight Anthem’s debut full length, “Sink or Swim,” was released on XOXO Records — and it might as well have included a memo to music journalists reading: If you are going to write a review of any kind about this band you must include two things:



Live Review: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band @ Pepsi Center

Live Review: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band @ Pepsi Center

“Hello, Denver! Are you with me?!” Springsteen rocks the crowd at the Pepsi Center on Friday. Photos by John Leyba. Bruce Springsteen is known and celebrated for his stamina. The New Jersey singer-songwriter’s legendary three- or four-hour concerts are the thing of live music lore, especially in an age when audiences are lucky to get half that from his peers. But what fuels Springsteen’s endurance? If Friday night’s marathon at the Pepsi Center was any indication, Springsteen thrives on intense, animal-like water breaks.



Interview: E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren

Interview: E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren

At age 59, Bruce Springsteen is one of the rare rock performers whose credibility has risen with the passing of time. His politics are well known, but more importantly, people connect with his music. (Nils Meilvang, AFP/Getty Images) Bruce Springsteen turns 60 this September, and his Columbia Records debut, “Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.,” came out more than 35 years ago. And yet many claim that the Boss, who plays the Pepsi Center tonight, is now more relevant than ever. When Springsteen and his E [...]