Bruce Springsteen has always had a flair for the cinematic, what with his musical stories about New Jersey down-and-outers striving to make the big time. Now “The Boss” is acting like the marketing…
Sony Music has filed suit against United Airlines, claiming that it is infringing its copyrights because it has not obtained permission to offer music from artists ranging from Carrie Underwood to…
Jerry Seinfeld, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart and Roger Waters are among the performers set for the 7th annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit in Gotham on Nov. 6 to raise money for wounded service…
Stanley Snadowsky, a music lover and savvy negotiator who co-founded and ran New York's Bottom Line nightclub and was KISS's first manager, died Feb. 25 in Las Vegas of complications due to diabetes…
Pre-Grammy parties kicked off in a big way Friday night at the L.A. Convention Center with a guitar auction benefitting Grammy's philanthropic arm, MusiCares. Bruce Springsteen, who was the honored…
When Neil Portnow became the head of the Recording Academy 10 years ago, he made a wish list of potential honorees for MusiCares Person of the Year. Three artists he particularly wanted "for obvious…
Matt Damon and John Krasinski co-wrote, co-produced and star in Focus Features' "Promised Land," so naturally the small-town drama that presents them as opponents boasts a karaoke scene.
Bruce Springsteen will be honored as MusiCares' 2013 Person of the Year at the Recording Academy's annual benefit dinner and concert during Grammy week next year.
With a 15-member supersized E Street Band at his disposal, Bruce Springsteen delivered an emotional wallop to go along with his 40-year repertoire of songs.
The latest project from Bruce Springsteen that circumvents the nostalgic attraction of the E Street Band doesn't reduce the visceral appeal or emotional connection between singer and community.