Canadian singer-songwriter Serena Ryder hung out on E Street back in 2009, playing a beautifully stripped-down rendition of “Racing in the Street.”
On this date: Bruce duets with John Legend, the legendary Hammersmith Odeon ’75 show, the release of Live in Barcelona, and more.
“Until the Good is Gone” is one of Steve’s earliest and best solo efforts, featuring uncredited but unmistakable backing vocals from Bruce. Check out Steve and Bruce’s studio and live performances inside.
On this date: Bruce films the video for “Tunnel of Love,” releases his first album collection, plays the second of two amazing Christic shows, and serenades Taylor Swift–all this and much more inside.
Sister song to “Reno” and cousin to “Further On (Up the Road),” “Maria’s Bed” is a carefree jaunt with surprising depth and hidden poignancy–it’s one of Bruce’s best 21st-century songs.
Bruce debuts “Sugarland,” plays the first of two amazing Christic shows, and releases The Promise: The Darkness on the Edge of Town Story on this remarkable date. Lots more highlights inside.
“Everybody Wants My Baby” was on its way to being an edgy uptempo rocker before it went missing in action. Listen to a pretty well-formed demo inside.
Bruce debuts a country arrangement of “No Surrender,” grants an interview to NPR, and teaches us how to count.
At her 2011 concert in Newark, Taylor Swift paid homage to Bruce on-stage; a few months later, Bruce repaid the complement backstage in Raleigh. Catch both moments inside.
“Streets of Fire” returns after almost a quarter-century, “Youngstown” gets Seeger-fied, and more.