Every Zing Now: 19 Memorable Music Tweets From 2017

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The world went through a lot this year — Trump, an investigation into Russian election interference, Nazis, an Arcade Fire album rollout. Twitter also went through a lot this year — Trump, an investigation into Russian election interference, a controversy about verifying Nazis, and, perhaps most shockingly, a new 280 character … More »

Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway Run Extended Through June 2018

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Springsteen On Broadway opened last month — read our review of it here — and before shows even began, its run was extended from the originally announced November end date all the way through February 2018. And now, it’s just been announced that Springsteen On Broadway is adding even more additional shows, … More »

Watch Lorde Cover Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire”

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Lorde just performed in Christchurch, New Zealand as part of her Melodrama world tour, and she sang a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire.” (Springsteen previously covered “Royals” in 2014.) Lorde blended a little bit of her own song, “400 Lux,” into her cover. Watch video via Pitchfork below. More »

Bruce Springsteen – “Freedom Credence”

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Bruce Springsteen has a new song called “Freedom Credence” featured in the film Thank You For Your Service, which is about veterans of the Iraq War dealing with PTSD. The movie came out over the weekend, and the song plays over the closing credits. The track has surfaced online, and you can hear … More »

Watch Billy Joel Impersonate Bruce Springsteen, Perform “Miami 2017″ On Kimmel

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Billy Joel was the guest on last night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which is filming in Brooklyn this week. He talked talked about Bruce Springsteen’s run on Broadway and joked about switching spots with Joel’s historic monthly residency at Madison Square Garden, which he revealed will extend into 2018. Joel said that his … More »

Go Your Own Way: 25 Notable Divorce Albums

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Pop music is littered with the shattered remains of relationships. As the stereotype goes: Personal strife often makes for good art. And for many artists, nothing is more of a catalyst for a great song than romantic discord or destruction. The list of classic breakup songs and albums feels endless; some artists’ whole catalogs seem … More »

Bruce Springsteen Brings 15 Songs, A Lifetime Of Stories To Broadway

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Springsteen On Broadway is absolutely, 100%, a Broadway show. The stage is set to look like a bare-bones rehearsal space with a brick wall and a floor littered with touring cases; there are cords wrapped up and hung on the wall for no other purpose but to look like someone might use them; there is … More »

Then It All Falls Apart: Tunnel Of Love At 30

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By the middle of the 1980s, Bruce Springsteen was on top of the world. In 1984, he released Born In The U.S.A., the album that sparked what had been building over years in his career, jettisoning him to true superstar status. Seven top-10 hits, Beatlemania-esque fervor from new fans, a massive tour, and one … More »

Springsteen Shares His iTunes Faves Including Lana Del Rey, Sufjan Stevens, & The Life Of Pablo

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Bruce Springsteen has shouted out Green Day, Kanye West, and Kendrick Lamar in the past, and while he was sitting down with Variety for their new cover story, he took some time to scroll through his iTunes library and point out some other current faves. Those faves apparently include Lana … More »

Watch Bruce Springsteen Perform With Bryan Adams At Invictus Games Closing Ceremony

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Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams helped conclude the third Invictus Games, a week-long Paralympics-style competition for wounded military veterans, at the closing ceremony in Toronto yesterday. Springsteen, who also performed a solo acoustic set, joined Adams and his band onstage at the Air Canada Centre for a rendition of Adams’ 1983 hit “Cuts Like A … More »