Tag: Bruce

NME Festival blog: Bruce Springsteen opens up about the film adaptation of ‘Western Stars’ in revealing new interview

“I’m a man of many talents. You know I write books and Broadway plays and now l’m making movies. I’m going to try being an astronaut next: I’ll let you know how that goes.” Bruce Springsteen has opened up about the film adaptation of Western Stars in a new Q&A at the London Film Festival. Speaking […]

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NME Festival blog: Donald Trump blasts Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen at Minneapolis rally

The same speech which saw him use Prince’s music without authorisation Donald Trump has, with seemingly no context, blasted Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen at a rally. The President was speaking at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discussing his win in the 2016 election, Trump hit back at his usual foes – Hillary Clinton […]

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NME Festival blog: Bruce Springsteen to release soundtrack album to ‘Western Stars’ film

Including a cover of ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ The soundtrack to Bruce Springsteen’s new film Western Stars will be released next month. ‘Western Stars – Songs From The Film’ will collect all of the live performances in the film, which centers on the Boss performing his chart-topping ‘Western Stars’ album in full. A band and orchestra joined […]

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NME Festival blog: Bruce Springsteen’s late saxophone player Clarence Clemons is getting his own documentary

Clemons was a long time member of Bruce’s E Street Band A new documentary has been made about Bruce Springsteen’s late saxophone player, Clarence Clemons. Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? is set to information the life and “spiritual journey” of Clemons, who was a long standing member of Bruce’s famed E Street Band. […]

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NME Festival blog: Watch Bruce Springsteen perform new song ‘Tucson Train’ in black-and-white video

The Boss has revealed another track from his new album ‘Western Stars’ Bruce Springsteen has shared a black-and-white performance video for his new song, ‘Tucson Train’. The track is the latest to be taken from his upcoming new album, ‘Western Stars’, which is due for release on June 14. It follows previous singles ‘Hello Sunshine’ […]

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NME Festival blog: Bruce Springsteen confirms new E Street Band album and tour for 2020

Bruce is back on the road… Bruce Springsteen has confirmed that the E Street Band will head back into the studio later this year, ahead of hitting the road in 2020. While the iconic New Jersey star is currently gearing up to release solo album ‘Western Stars’ on June 14,  he says that he’ll reunite […]

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NME Festival blog: Listen to ‘Hello Sunshine’, the first track from Bruce Springsteen’s new solo album

Bruce Springsteen has returned with ‘Hello Sunshine’, the first track to be taken from his upcoming solo album. The new single comes straight from ‘Western Stars’ – and it provides a strong idea of what we can expect from the record. Complete with acoustic guitars, pedal steel and subtle basslines, the track reflects the “sweeping, […]

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NME Festival blog: Is Bruce Springsteen teasing a new solo album?

BRUUUUUUUCE. Bruce Springsteen is seemingly teasing a new album, after a series of mysterious posts emerged on social media. It began on Monday, when the rock icon’s social media accounts shared what appeared to be an image of a Joshua Tree in the middle of the desert. A similar image appeared only 24 hours later, […]

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NME Festival blog: ‘Game of Thrones’ star cast as Bruce Wayne in ‘Titans’ season 2

A new live-action Bruce Wayne…. Game of Thrones actor Iain Glen is to portray Bruce Wayne in the next series of Titans, it’s been announced. Glen will play an older version of Wayne in the DC Universe TV show, which is slated to return to Netflix this Autumn. #GameofThrones star Iain Glen has been cast as […]

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NME Festival blog: Bruce Willis declares that ‘Die Hard’ is definitely not a Christmas movie

The actor puts an end to the debate Bruce Willis has declared that Die Hard is not a Christmas movie during his appearance on The Comedy Central Roast Of Bruce Willis. Released in July 1988, Die Hard is set at Christmas Eve and regularly appears in Top Christmas Films lists every year. Fans have long […]

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