BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN RUMORS

Bruce Springsteen, college student sing 'No Surrender' in Philly

It was just another night in Philadelphia for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band -- and Matthew Aucoin -- on Friday.If the last name Aucoin doesn't ring true to any E Street Nation fans it is because he's not in the band. Or, at least he wasn't until the Citizens Bank Park show.Springsteen fans bring signs hoping The Boss will take them and play the requested song.Aucoin, a...
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12 days ago

Katie Ledecky hung out with Bruce Springsteen in D.C. Thursday

Gold and platinum got together in Washington D.C. on Thursday.Olympic swimming champion Katie Ledecky and her gold medals paid a visit to Bruce Springsteen, who left his platinum records home in New Jersey.The Boss was bearming as he posed for a photo with Ledecky's hardware from the recent Summer Games in Brazil.The Olympics are near and dear to the Springsteen family as daughter...
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20 days ago

Video: Jakub Voracek jams out with Radko Gudas at Bruce Springsteen concert

Everyone, including hockey players and hockey media, love Bruce Springsteen. I don’t know whether it is a nostalgia kick or something else, but everyone seemingly loves him. Jakub Voracek on the other hand really loves him as evidenced by the video below. Oh my pic.twitter.com/B0MVgtdkxz — Jakub Voracek (@jachobe) August 31, 2016 Voracek has always been a bit eccentric...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band make it rain purple in Brooklyn

There have been many tributes to Prince, since the musical genius passed away at the age of 57 on Thursday.When the stage at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, home to the New York Islanders and Brooklyn Nets, turned purple at the outset of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's show on Saturday, it was obvious this was not going to be your static opening to The River Tour show.And it...
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April 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Bruce Springsteen signs student's tardy note after epic LA show

Blame Bruce Springsteen's River tour for another student being unable to make it to school on time.Tuesday night The Boss played to a sold-out crowd at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, one of three shows to close the arena.And in typical Springsteen fashion, the show went marathon-length: 35 songs, three hours and 29 minutes.And that caused a problem for the son of Scott Glovsky.However...
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March 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Ondrej Pavelec’s new mask is all about Bruce Springsteen

Ondrej Pavelec has a new mask and it’s bound to make Bruce Springsteen fans pretty happy. On one side the Jets goaltender has an image of Springsteen while on the other he pays tribute to the cover of Springsteen’s Born to Run. The other side of Ondrej Pavelec's new mask. Bruce Springsteen never looked so good! #TrampsLikeUs pic.twitter.com/dD4iexY6LD — Allan Walsh (@walsha...
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February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians playing all too familiar tune

CLEVELAND -- Bruce Springsteen would love the 2014 version of the Cleveland Indians, since they could use one of his songs for the season highlight film. "One step forward, two steps back" Coming out of the All-Star Break, the Tribe appeared to be on an upward swing by winning the first three games against Detroit. Since then they have lost seven of nine, including a 5-2 defeat to...
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July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Bruce Springsteen To Headline March Madness Music Festival In Dallas

The Final Four has become far more than your standard basketball event. It’s now a week-long party with various concerts and other activities. Today, the free concert series “March Madness Music Festival” was announced, and the line-up so far is pretty impressive. Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band headline a group that includes country stars Jason Alden and Tim McGraw...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Glory Days: Springsteen cheers on Duke at MSG; Jabari not impressed?

Bruce Springsteen is no stranger to Madison Square Garden. The venue is where The Boss and the E Street Band filmed their 'Live in New York City' DVD and CD as part of a 10-night stand to cap their 1999-2000 reunion tour. In 2012, he was part of a concert to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy. Thursday night, Springsteen took to MSG for another reason entirely, to cheer on Duke....
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December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Duke Basketball is Bruce Springsteen Approved

There are ways that you know you've made it and then there are ways that you know you've really made it. Your coach could be the USA Men's coach (not everyone can represent the nation) in his free time. You could have a 9-2 record and be ranked No. 8 in the nation. You could be a legitimate contender for the national title every  year.Or you could just have the Boss-- Bruce Springsteen...
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December 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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