An insightful making-of documentary that goes much deeper than Springsteen’s latest record.
From her forthcoming debut solo album.
Everyman icon Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band deliver a vital set of songs devoted to aging, death, and legacy on Letter to You.
It’s Springsteen’s first album with the E Street Band since 2014’s High Hopes.
He also shouts out Lana Del Rey and touches on being the last member of his original band, The Castiles.
A guide into a catalogue that’s authentic, timeless, and born to run.
The Boss asked his fellow veterans about key moments in their careers, what those first few breaks felt like, and told a story about the Nebraska demos.
“This is one of my favorite songs,” she said before performing the song over Instagram.
Due out later this month, the film promises full performances, in-studio footage, and so much more.
Will no amount of irony get people to understand the lyrics of this classic song?
The latest track from Letter to You comes with a nostalgic music video.
Veteran vocalist discusses his new solo album, Streams of Thought Vol. 3: Cain and Abel.