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John Fogerty, who wrote the song for his band Creedence Clearwater Revival nearly five decades ago, defends Springsteen and explains the song's real meaning in a statement.
The 'Streets of Philadelphia' singer attends an event called 'Stand Up for Heroes' which benefits veterans and performs some of his songs.
The concert to honor war veterans, soldiers, and their families will also feature Meryl Streep, Carrie Underwood, Dave Grohl, Tom Hanks, and Steven Spielberg.
The picture book, scheduled to hit stores on November 4, is inspired by his 2009 song of the same name which is featured in 'Working on a Dream' album.
The Boss and the British band join forces for a live performance of 'Tumbling Dice' during the latter's headlining set at the Rockin' Rio Lisboa festival.
The Boss appears onstage while holding a basketball and does a jump ball before launching into Van Halen's 1983 song during his first North American show in 2014.
The Boss will induct his E Street Band while the Coldplay frontman will induct Peter Gabriel at the induction ceremony that will be held on April 10 at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
A 50-second clip revealed how the Boss worked with Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello.
The New Zealand native says she 'got a little teary' after learning that the veteran performer covered her hit single during his recent concert in her hometown.
The Boss kicks off his concert at Mt. Smart Stadium by playing his guitar and harmonica while singing the hit song that won the Song of the Year award at the Grammys.
The Boss and his band are kicking off the U.S. tour on April 8 at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio, and wrapping it up with two shows at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, on May 17-18.
Springsteen, who has a long association with Seeger, sings the song and dedicates it to the late singer during the second night of his three-night stand in Cape Town.
Sam Springsteen, who graduated from the Monmouth County Fire Academy, joins the Colts Neck, N.J. fire department.
The album, which marks Springsteen's 11th No. 1 album on the chart, has sold 99,000 copies in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The 'Late Night' host and The Boss address the controversy surrounding the closing of access lane to George Washington Bridge in 'Born to Run' parody.