Bruce Springsteen

Today, GRAMMY Award-winning singer-songwriter Joe Ely has announced his new album Driven to Drive, due out August 2 via Rack ‘Em Records / Thirty Tigers. With twenty-three albums and several million miles under the West Texas native’s belt, Driven to Drive is Ely’s first road album, featuring a collection of songs inspired by his travels from different eras of his illustrious career which spans five decades.

Sony Music will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Bruce Springsteen’s history-making Born In The U.S.A. on June 14, with a special-edition release featuring new colored vinyl and expanded packaging. Arriving via translucent red LP, this anniversary edition of Born In The U.S.A. will feature a gatefold sleeve and exclusive booklet with archival material from the era, new liner notes penned by Erik Flannigan and a four-color lithograph. Released on June 4, 1984 - Born In The U.S.A.

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band return to the road on March 19, building on a triumphant 2023 hailed as "a masterclass in the uplifting power of rock-and-roll" (Washington Post). Kicking off in Phoenix, Arizona - the 2024 world tour will find Springsteen and The E Street Band delivering their "ecstatic and emotional" (Rolling Stone) live performances in 17 countries, taking place through late November.

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band launched their European summer stadium tour this weekend with two house-rocking nights at Barcelona's Estadi Olímpic on Friday April 28 and Sunday April 30.

Aoife O’Donovan will perform Bruce Springsteen’s album Nebraska solo in its entirety. The New York Times described Aoife’s performance of the album as "saluting Springsteen’s songcraft with clear, pitch-perfect articulation and affable delivery.”  The live album is available digitally only via Aoife’s Bandcamp. Aoife will also perform several songs from her catalogue and 3x Grammy nominated album Age of Apathy. These will be the final shows of the Nebraska 2023 tour.

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band capped the opening leg of their 2023 international tour tonight; a cross-country 28-show run which marked their first North American dates together since 2016. Kicking off February 1 in Tampa, Florida and concluding tonight in Newark, New Jersey - the high-energy performances featured Springsteen and The E Street Band backed nightly by The E Street Horns and The E Street Choir.

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band have added two new North American dates to their 2023 international tour, announcing a long-awaited return to San Diego on December 2 at Pechanga Arena, plus a second night at Foxborough, Massachusetts’ Gillette Stadium on August 26 due to overwhelming demand.

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band have announced additional North American dates on their 2023 international tour in 18 cities, with newly-added shows beginning at Chicago's Wrigley Field on August 9 and running through December 8 at San Francisco's Chase Center. Multiple nights have been scheduled for Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park (August 16 and 18), New Jersey's MetLife Stadium (August 30 and September 1), Toronto's Scotiabank Arena (November 14 and 16) and Los Angeles' Kia Forum (December 4 and 6).

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band launched their 2023 international tour last night at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida - offering fans a high-energy 28-song set that included live staples like "Dancing In The Dark" and "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" alongside new material from Springsteen's most recent studio albums Letter To You and Only The Strong Survive.

Bruce Springsteen will celebrate his brand-new album of soul music gems 'Only The Strong Survive' with three more TV appearances this holiday weekend, following up his tremendous takeover of The Tonight Show. If you'd like to catch Bruce around your Thanksgiving festivities, here's where to tune in:

Bruce Springsteen - Thanksgiving Week TV appearances:

* Wednesday, November 23: Springsteen sits down for an interview with Seth Meyers as the lead guest on Late Night (NBC, 12:35am ET)

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