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The rockers will wrap up their 50th Anniversary Tour with special guests Lady GaGa, Bruce Springsteen and The Black Keys.
The singer has trusted the agency to land him future modeling and beauty endorsement contracts.
The reality show star reportedly made some arrangements to clear her schedule on November 15 evening.
Following the record breaking season two premiere, FX has signed up for another season of the anthology series.
A charity concert that will benefit three of the most devastated states will be held at the iconic Madison Square Garden.
The singer drew criticisms on the Internet for his choice of costume with one calling him 'one of the worst people in the world'.
NBC will attempt to raise money for Red Cross through a relief effort concert supported by musicians as well as show hosts.
One of the guitarists, Steve Van Zandt, ranted, 'We would have been off by 11 if we'd done one more. On a Saturday night! Who were we disturbing?'
The Boss voices his support for those who lost their jobs and calls out the bankers for being 'greedy thieves' and 'robber barons.'
The Boss and John suprise concertgoers gathering at the at the Fair Grounds Race Course with duets of 'Something You Got' and 'Oh Mary Don't You Weep'.
The Boss and E Street Band are scheduled to kick off the extended North American leg of the roadshow in mid-August.
The 'We Take Care of Our Own' singer jumps into the crowd gathering inside Philips Arena when he performs '634-5789' at the tour opener.
Speaking before a packed ballroom at the Austin Convention Center, The Boss takes audience on a journey through the musical influences that shaped his four decades-long career.
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.