Bruce Springsteen is back with new movie "Letter to You," a documentary about the making of his latest album coming this October to Apple TV+.
"I'll see you on the next plane," the "Born to Run" singer told the Australian press this week.
The Boss had an emoji made for him to coincide with his upcoming album release, "Letters to You," out October 23.
"I love Springsteen and his music. I only wish, as he celebrates his 71st birthday, he'd honor the genius of Irving Berlin's music, his anthem and the people who love both," Lee Habeeb writes.
The "American Idol" judge and bassist has played on a number of albums since the 1980's for artists in a variety of genres.
The Boss will join Boston's finest remotely for the first performance in an empty Fenway Park, where both artists will trade off songs.
The legendary rocker has reacted to Trump recently referring to him as "little Bruce Springsteen."
The Boss says he understands Trump's appeal to voters. But he's not happy about it.
Springsteen's revelation is unique because his image runs counter to depression stereotypes.
From concerts to the biggest sporting events in Europe, a guide to tackling the continent's culture this summer.
The former Beatle joins Bruce Springsteen in standing up to the controversial bill.
Springsteen is the latest celebrity to speak out against North Carolina's anti-LGBT law.
Springsteen started writing "Born to Run" after his Super Bowl show in 2009, and it is due to be published published September 27.
David Bowie's sense of humor comes out in a newly unearthed clip.
Newly discovered, 15-year-old emails show the New Jersey governor's undying love for The Boss. We take a look at how he went from diehard fan to Bon Jovi defector.
40 years ago today, Bruce Springsteen released "Born to Run."