American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen, often referred to simply as The Boss, is one of the nation’s legendary contemporary musicians. His recording career has spanned three decades and his chart-topping streak makes him one of the all-time top-selling musicians.
On the road, Springsteen’s concerts often fetch top-dollar, whether he’s performing solo or with his iconic E Street Band. Some of the best known members of the backing band include guitarist Steven Van Zandt, saxophonist Clarence Clemons and drummer Max Weinberg, all of whom have built successful careers outside of the group.
Springsteen is a regular fixture on the touring circuit, and despite the frequency and length of his tours, he remains one of the top-selling acts on the road. As with any popular and time-tested recording artist, Springsteen’s ticket sales regular place him in the top of TicketNews’s exclusive events rankings.
Broadway’s return timetable moved up again Monday, and in a big way. Bruce Springsteen announced that he is bringing back “Springsteen on Broadway” for a limited summer run, opening June 26 at the St. James. “I loved doing Springsteen on Broadway and I’m thrilled to have been asked to... Read more
As the live event industry remains halted amid the coronavirus pandemic, venues and promoters are looking at ways to still keep the spirit of concerts alive through drive-in movie theater shows. Now, New Jersey is hopping on the bandwagon for its first drive-in show this summer. A new drive-in... Read more
Bruce Springsteen, Halsey, Bon Jovi and more are taking part in a star-studded benefit concert to benefit the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund. Other famous New Jersey natives will come together from home for a one-night show dubbed “Jersey 4 Jersey.” The event will air April 22 at 7... Read more
Sting will headline the 30th annual Rainforest Fund benefit concert later this year where he will be joined by rock icons Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, and John Mellencamp. The show, dubbed “We’ll Be Together” after Sting’s 1987 single, will also feature Shaggy, Eurythemics, H.E.R., Ricky Martin, Bob Geldof, and... Read more
Bruce Springsteen hasn’t released new music with the E Street Band in years, but after moving past his writer’s block, he’s put together “an album’s worth of material for the band.” Following the release, he would like to head out on tour with the band in 2020. In an... Read more
Next year will mark the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the legendary three-day music festival that took over Bethel, New York in 1969, and now, there is confirmation that a festival will launch at the site again. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, a venue built on the original site,... Read more
Bruce Springsteen, who is just wrapping-up Springsteen on Broadway this month, has announced that he will head back to his “day job” for a tour in support of a new album. The Boss has reportedly been working on new music. This will be his first studio album since 2014’s... Read more
Bruce Springsteen’s ongoing show Springsteen on Broadway remains a hot commodity in the theater industry, taking the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. The Boss was followed by multiple sporting events, including the highly-anticipated boxing match between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady... Read more
Over the past year, some of the biggest names in the music industry announced their retirement and end of touring, leaving younger musicians to rise to the occasion — and claim their spot on top. Elton John, Neil Diamond, Rush, Paul Simon, Kenny Rogers, Joan Baez, Ozzy Osbourne and... Read more
The allegedly final round of tickets went on sale for Springsteen on Broadway, and once again, it was a bloodbath for fans, as high prices and hurt feelings dominated the process, while promoters once again cashed in on the highest price tickets in Broadway history. The latest extension by... Read more