Springsteen central

A compendium of stories inspired by the bard of New Jersey.

By Salon Staff
July 22, 1999 8:00PM (UTC)
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Glory days are here again

The reunited Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band bring it all back home to Jersey on the first night of their American tour -- and it's like they never left.

By Stephanie Zacharek

(07/17/99)

A saint in the city

Bruce Springsteen is more than a rock legend; he's a god.

By Karen Croft

(07/17/99)

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The Boss in Barcelona

Bruce Springsteen rehearses -- and a global group of lucky fans gets a free concert.

By Michael Yessis

(05/22/99)

Bringing it all back home

New collections from Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen confirm what bootleggers have known for years -- that these artists have been sitting on some of their best work (even if they didn't think so).

By Robert Levine

(11/11/98)

A few good men

To sleep, perchance to dream about the Boss.

By Joyce Millman

(08/08/98)

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Sound salvation

A tribute record has its performers writing love letters to Brooce

By Sarah Vowell

(09/09/97)

Sneak peeks

"The Mansion on the Hill" nails Springsteen and his manager for the "head-on collision of rock and commerce."

By Cynthia Joyce

(02/11/97)

Sharps & flats

The "Blood Brothers" documentary captures the E Street Band recording for three days at New York's Hit Factory studio.

By Joe Heim

(11/29/96)

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Personal best

"Darkness on the Edge of Town" is the album where Bruce Springsteen forgot he ever heard a Dylan record or saw a Scorsese movie.

By Joyce Millman

(06/17/96)

The cabernet Grapes of Wrath tour

The Boss' working-stiff act is unconvincing.

By Adam Block

(12/30/95)


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