Bruce Springsteen has confirmed the details of his latest studio album – and there’s original material, covers and reworked tracks all packed in.
Bruce Springsteen will have the latest studio album of his long career out early next year, reports both Rolling Stone and Billboard.
Bruce Springsteen, Radiohead and U2 are some of the acts who can be found on a new Amnesty International box-set which has compiled various live performances from its fundraising shows between 1986 and 1998 into a 6-DVD and 2-CD collection entitled ‘Released‘.
Bruce Springsteen has been named as the ‘greatest live act in the world’ by Rolling Stone.
The publication has The Boss, currently wowing audiences with his legendary mammoth sets during the ongoing Wrecking Ball world tour, placed first immediately ahead of Prince and The Rolling Stones.
Arcade Fire, who have just confirmed their first live shows of 2014 as part of next year’s Big Day Out festival, are fourth, while Neil Young completes the Top 5.
Radiohead and Jack White are among the acts to also make the Top 10, while rock veterans U2, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Metallica and Paul McCartney are further back inside the Top 20.
1/ Bruce Springsteen
3/ The Rolling Stones
4/ Arcade Fire
5/ Neil Young
6/ Jay Z
8/ Jack White
9/ Rage Against the Machine
10/ My Morning Jacket
13/ Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
14/ The Black Keys
15/ Paul McCartney
16/ Alabama Shakes
17/ Nine Inch Nails
19/ The Roots
20/ Kanye West
The brand new Leeds Arena played host to its first ever gig last night (July 24th) as one of rock music’s biggest stars rolled into town.
Bruce Springsteen has broken with tradition and begun recording new material during touring duties off the back of the 2012 album ‘Wrecking Ball‘.
Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to the late actor James Gandolfini yesterday evening by performing his classic 1975 album ‘Born To Run‘ in full during a stop off in Coventry as part of an ongoing UK stadium tour.
“It just shows the natural link between music and social activism to create change,” Hugh Evans, chief executive of the Global Poverty Project, tells Rolling Stone.
Evans, along with Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis, has enlisted the likes of Foo Fighters, Bruce Springsteen, The Vaccines and Kings Of Leon in a new initiative which will offer music fans free gig tickets in return for taking part in various pursuits linked to political activism.
You can subscribe to Live4ever Ezine by e-mail address to receive news and upates directly in your inbox. Simply enter your e-mail below and click Sign Up!