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Scoring his tenth No. 1 album, the Boss ties Elvin Presley as an artist with the third-most chart-topping albums in history.
The concert was attended by Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor among other celebrities.
Redfoo praises Springsteen and Fallon over their twisted version of 'Sexy and I Know It', additionally saying, 'I got two bunks open for those guys on the Party Rock Tour bus.'
The Boss will follow up the streaming of his new song 'Easy Money' by giving an official first listen to 'Shackled and Drawn' on February 21.
The Boss is seen rocking out in an abandoned warehouse and inspires people along the way.
This would be The Boss' and E Street Band's first Grammy performance without their longtime saxophonist who passed away last year.
The Boss and E Street Band will play both small and big stadiums in their first trek in support of the new album, 'Wrecking Ball'.
The Boss fills his upcoming studio album with eleven songs and two bonus tracks, and he gives the first taste to his 'social overtones' in the single called 'We Take Care of Our Own'.
Bruce and his band are going to travel across Europe without Clarence Clemons starting in the middle of May until the end of July next year.
The likes of Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Cali Swag District, Doug E. Fresh and Queen Latifah are invited to the stage to pay tribute to the late musicians.
In remembrance of the late saxophonist for E Street Band, The Boss plays a 'softened' solo rendition of 'Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out' before friends and family gathering at the Royal Poinciana Chapel.
The Boss said that his longtime saxophonist always gave the best in his every performance despite battling a number of diseases.
The Boss, who wrote the song, is pleased that Smith transformed the track into a rock classic, saying 'It would have never seen the light of day.'
The Boss was sitting on a bench nearby when a couple who was taking their engagement pictures asked for his autograph and got more than what they bargained for.
The rock legend stunned music fans at a tiny New Jersey club when he surprisingly took a stage and joined Alejandro Escovedo for a trio of tunes.