Bruce Springsteen "Takes It Easy" The Night Before His Birthday With Jackson BrowneBruce Springsteen turns 66 years old today, and he celebrated his last day of being 65 by joining Jackson Browne on stage at a concert in New Jersey last night.
Tower Records Immortalized in New Doc Featuring Former Employee Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen“It’s just a missing part of our society now.”
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Close Out Jon Stewart's 'Daily Show'Bruce played a 1999 song "Land of Hope and Dreams" by request.
How Bruce Springsteen Got His Groove BackIn the '90s, Bruce Springsteen lost a bit of his cultural cache. Here's how he got it back.
Minimation: Nils Lofgren Bounces Into Bruce Springsteen's E Street BandThis story includes a trampoline. So, when we say "bounce," we mean it.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Join U2 on Stage at MSGBono told the crowd that Springsteen "gave us a level that we can never reach but always aspire to."
Funny Or Die Renamed Classic Albums Based on Their Covers, and It's HilariousWhat if "Dark Side of the Moon" was actually called "Makin' Science Fun"? Funny or Die just renamed a bunch of classic albums based solely on their iconic covers, and the results are pretty hilarious.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Perform "Darkness on the Edge of Town" in a Tiny Bar in New JerseyBruce Springsteen is no stranger to playing surprise shows at bars in New Jersey. He's done it again! Check out an audience video of "Darkness on the Edge of Town" at Wonder Bar in Asbury Park.
Bruce Springsteen Releases Live Recording from 1988's 'Tunnel Of Love' Tour1988 saw a different, more adult, Bruce Springsteen, and you get that on this live recording.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Join Brian Wilson on Stage in New JerseySpringsteen joined Wilson on stage at the end of the show to perform two classic Beach Boys tunes.
The "Dancing In The Dark" Video That Never WasEveryone remembers the iconic video with Courtney Cox, but there was a very different plan for Springsteen's hit originally.
The Beginning of Rock at Fenway: Bruce Springsteen, 2003 [PHOTOS]We may think of playing Fenway as a sign of a band's success now, but only 11 years ago, no rock band had played there at all. Bruce Springsteen (of course) was the first in 2003.