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Latest Bruce Springsteen Items
A handwritten, working lyric sheet for Bruce Springsteen's 1975 hit "Born to Run" sold for $197,000 on Thursday at Sotheby's.
Grammy-winner Bruno Mars will sing at halftime of the Super Bowl in February, a person familiar with the NFL's entertainment plans told The Associated Press on Saturday.
You needn't be a fan of Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the USA" or a fashionista familiar with QVC designer Susan Graver, who proudly touts her U.S.-manufactured designs, to appreciate that being "Made in America" is making a comeback.
During a recent "60 Minutes: Australia" interview that was only aired down under, rocker Bruce Springsteen was asked if he still supported President Obama, and he responded in the affirmative, that he has "no regrets" and concluded the segment by adding that Mr. Obama is a "good president."
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will be sharing a hall of fame with one of his idols, Bruce Springsteen. Not, however, for any hidden musical talent.
Hours after President Barack Obama delivered remarks about Trayvon Martin and the George Zimmerman trial, Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson addressed the racially charged case at Comic-Con in San Diego.
The celebrity re-litigation of the George Zimmerman trial proceeds apace, with Bruce Springsteen the latest to protest his acquittal Saturday by a Florida jury.
The July Fourth Palisades Parade in Northwest D.C. often serves as an unofficial kickoff of the District's local political campaign season — this year being no exception, with three candidates in next year's mayor's race marching the milelong route and a recently declared fourth candidate apparently making a low-profile debut.
During a concert at Wrigley Field last summer, Bruce Springsteen looked up at the fans packing the rooftops across the street and shouted: "Who'd you pay?"