Bruce Springsteen

Review: German Rock Legend Herbert Grönemeyer Plays the Wilbur Theatre in Boston

Review: German Rock Legend Herbert Grönemeyer Plays the Wilbur Theatre in Boston

The Summer Music of 1993

The Summer Music of 1993

Big shift in copyright law effective in new year changes rights for artists

Big shift in copyright law effective in new year changes rights for artists
The World

The Top 10 Songs We Never Want to Hear Again

The Top 10 Songs We Never Want to Hear Again

Looking back on Bruce Springsteen's rise to superstardom

Looking back on Bruce Springsteen's rise to superstardom

Celebrating Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run"

Celebrating Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run"

American Icons: This Land is Your Land

American Icons: This Land is Your Land
The World

Israeli Rockers Red Band More Than Raunchy Muppets

Red Band is the name of a very popular rock group in Israel that became famous thanks to its own TV show that features puppets.

Israeli Rockers Red Band More Than Raunchy Muppets

Beauty from Tragedy: Artists Reflect on 9/11

Beauty from Tragedy: Artists Reflect on 9/11
The World

Remembering Clarence Clemons and Sax in Pop Music

Saxophone legend Clarence "Big Man" Clemons passed away over the weekend, following complications of a stroke he suffered last week. For almost 40 years, Clemons was the saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band.

Remembering Clarence Clemons and Sax in Pop Music

Martha Plimpton: Growing Up On Stage

Martha Plimpton: Growing Up On Stage
The World

Your American Icon

Your American Icon
The World

Martha Plimpton

Martha Plimpton
The World

Global Hit

The World's Marco Werman reports on how loud music has been used at times as an interrogation tool by the US government.

Global Hit