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Bruce Springsteen Reads Book Intro

Bruce Springsteen Reads Book Intro

The new audiobook version of ‘Born on the Fourth of July’ includes a forward by Bruce Springsteen.  The Boss both wrote the passage and reads it for the project. The book follows Ron Kovic’s time in Vietnam and his struggles upon returning home. Springsteen has previously said the story inspired multiple songs on the “Born…

Van Morrison Working On New Album

Van Morrison Working On New Album

Van Morrison is releasing a new album.  The musician’s 36th studio LP, “Keep Me Singing” will be out at the end of September.  The record has 12 new tunes and a cover of the blues standard “Share Your Love With Me.” A brief tour will follow the release.  Get dates and details at: VanMorrison.com. Copyright…

Paul Simon Ponders Retirement

Paul Simon Ponders Retirement

Paul Simon is pondering retirement.  In a recent interview, the musician claimed that showbiz doesn’t hold any interest for him anymore.  Simon said his voice requires more maintenance these days and the songs aren’t as easy to write.  Simon will turn 75 while he is touring Europe this fall and says after that, he’s not…

Eagles Get Kennedy Center Honors

Eagles Get Kennedy Center Honors

The Eagles are going to be honored by the John F. Kennedy Center For Performing Arts.  The band will be celebrated at the December event for their contribution to American culture through the arts.  The Eagles were scheduled to be at the gala last year, but had to drop out due to Glenn Frey’s poor…

U2 Trying To Get Record Out

U2 Trying To Get Record Out

U2 is trying to get their new album out by the end of the year.  In a recent interview, guitarist the Edge said, “We are still busting our a** to try to get it out this year.  Now a U2 album plan has been known to be revised. This is the working assumption. This is…

Artists Call For Gun Control

Artists Call For Gun Control

Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Joan Jett and a bunch of other artists are calling for an end to gun violence.  The musicians signed an open letter to Congress this week which says, in part, “As leading artists and executives in the music industry, we are adding our voices to the chorus of Americans demanding change. …

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