The ninth BruceTest™ challenges you to identify classic Springsteen songs by listening to just the first opening notes or chords.
How about a national anthem that’s easy to sing, one that makes you stand up without being told to?
“Thunder Road” very well may be the greatest Rock-N-Roll song of the 1970s and one of the greatest Rock songs of all time.
We are all very much alone in the spiritual sense and the soul’s hunger is part of our condition as humans.
Springsteen’s ability to work within the great Rock tradition but still expand its boundaries is one of his greatest gifts.
The eighth installment of the BruceTest™ dives into Springsteen’s new box set – a collection with plenty of previously unreleased material.
The seventh installment of the BruceTest™ dives deep into Springsteen’s catalog from the ’80s. This one has been calibrated for the super-fan.
The sixth BruceTest™ takes on Springsteen’s ballads – the slow ones that can break your heart if you let them.
The fifth BruceTest™ is dedicated to the brave men and women of France – proud people rising up as one against evil and hate.
It’s setting up to be an extra happy holiday season for Bruce fans.
The fourth installment of the BruceTest™ focuses on the phenomenal 1980 double-album, The River.
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Don’t miss Jack White on his 37-stop tour, promoting his second solo album, Lazaretto. He’s on the road June 25-Nov. 19.
The Eagles soar into a venue near you, May 2014-March 2015. Get your mirrors on the ceiling and pink champagne on ice.