Newspaper Articles M-N-O

    2/3/85 “The All-Star Chorus Line.” USA for Africa article.  NEWSPAPER-32
    7/18/93 Patti Scialfa makes an album, Bruce Springsteen tends the kids.  NEWSPAPER-32
    7/4/04 Patti Scialfa interview: “Bruce was my first real relationship.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    5/29/05  “Living on his wits, not his hits” reviews London (5/27/05).  NEWSPAPER-110
    11/14/10 “Promise lives up to its name.” Four star review (out of five).  NEWSPAPER-110
    12/12/10 “Wow! Springsteen fulfils his promise.” Page 9 of the “live” section.  NEWSPAPER-110
    9/29/88 “48,000 Attend Amnesty Concert” reviews Tokyo (9/27/88).
    5/23/08 Cover of City Life section. Interview with Steven Van Zandt.  NEWSPAPER-110
    5/29/08 “Bruce Springsteen @ Old Trafford” reviews Manchester (5/28/08).  NEWSPAPER-32
    6/21/11 “Addio Big man, il sax supremo del rock ‘n’ roll.”
    5/19/93 “Wei knodel mit Sauerkraut” reviews Mannheim (5/17/93).
    9/26/75 “Springsteen: Bruce, Album Merit Recognition.”
    11/29/78 “Springsteen captures rock prisoners” reviews Milwaukee (11/27/78).
    10/14/75 Reviews Born to Run. “An excellent album.”
    5/7/73 “It Was A Beautiful (But Cold) Day” reviews Amherst, MA (5/6/73).
    11/21/73 Ad for the show at which Bruce opened for John Mayall.
    11/26/73 “Mayall, Springsteen Rock The Cage” reviews Amherst, MA (11/25/73).
    11/29/98 “Keeping track of The Boss” reviews Tracks.
    7/19/09 “Bruce scende in campo.”
    7/20/09 “E per il Boss lunghe file tra Olimpico e Lungotevere.”
    7/20/09 “Bruce, piu rock del rock” reviews Rome (7/19/09).
  • METRO (Brazil)  NEWSPAPER-32
    2/19/09 “Novo Springsteen fax sucesso” reviews Working on a Dream.”
  • METRO (Ireland)  NEWSPAPER-32
    5/23/08 Front page photo from Dublin (5/22/08)
    6/29/09 “Born to run, and run, the Boss rocks past curfew” at Glastonbury.
  • METRO (Netherlands)  NEWSPAPER-32
    10/24/02 “Rocken met The Boss” reviews Rotterdam (10/22/02).
  • METRO (Philadelphia edition)  NEWSPAPER-32
    7/31/02 “Bruce backers go bonkers over new album” reviews Asbury Park (7/31/02).
    8/5/04 “Musicians unite against Bush.”
    8/5/04 “Springsteen to launch Bush bash in Philly.”
    9/9/04 “Weapons of self-destruction.” Bruce is a fan of Jesse Malin.
    9/23/04 “Boss blasts TV coverage.”
    10/1/04 “Change in the USA; Springsteen headlines touring rockers opposed to Bush.”
    10/11/04 “How 885 songs can define a man’s life.”
    11/9/04 “Bruce shows who’s The Boss” in the dispute over the naming of an Asbury high rise.
    4/22/05 “Boss opens up” previews the airing of VH-1′s “Storytellers.”
    4/25/05 Reviews Devils & Dust.
    4/27/05 “‘The Boss’ bares all” reviews Detroit (4/25/05).
    12/15/05 “N.J. senator looks to get Boss his due.”
  • METRO (Spain)  NEWSPAPER-32
    7/23/08 Photo from Barcelona (7/20/08).
  • METRO (Sweden)  NEWSPAPER-32
    6/19/03 “Goteborgs tur att mota ‘The Boss’.” Previews two nights in Goteborg.
  • METRO (UK)
    Also see METRO.CO.UKInternet Articles
    11/21/98 “Re-born in the USA” reviews Tracks.  NEWSPAPER-110
    6/20/11 “A dark day on E Street.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    Also see MIAMIHERALD.COM Internet Articles
    11/12/75 “Presley, Dylan and … Springsteen?”  NEWSPAPER-32
    3/8/77 “Springsteen Returns – Still Best” reviews Miami (3/6/77).  NEWSPAPER-32
    7/31/78 “A Sensational Show From Springsteen” reviews Miami (7/28/78).  NEWSPAPER-32
    2/15/81 “Boss Man” reviews Carbondale, IL (2/4/81).  NEWSPAPER-32
    2/21/81 “Heat and unruly fans can’t stop Springsteen” reviews Miami (2/20/81).   NEWSPAPER-32
    2/22/81 “Springsteen sound lost in Sportatorium” reviews Hollywood FL (2/20/81).  NEWSPAPER-32
    10/3/82 “Springsteen Sets Out For A Bleak Nebraska.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    2/3/83 “Religion found on Bruce’s streets.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    6/10/84 Born in the USA review: “Has Bruce Springsteen Lost All Hope?”  NEWSPAPER-32
    9/20/84 “Reagan Hears Rock On The Right.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    9/24/84 “Born in a Downbound U.S.A.” President Reagan doesn’t get Springsteen. NEWSPAPER-32
    9/1/85 “The Boss: Springsteen’s superstardom grew gradually.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    9/8/85 “Bigger Bruce,Better Bruce?” Previews Miami.  NEWSPAPER-110
    9/8/85 “The ‘future of rock ‘n’ roll’ has arrived.”  NEWSPAPER-110
    9/8/85 “Don’t be left dancing in the dark.”  NEWSPAPER-110
    9/8/85 “How big a Bruce fan are you really?”  NEWSPAPER-110
    9/10/85 “The Boss rocks OB” reviews Miami (9/9/85).  NEWSPAPER-110
    9/10/85 Dave Barry: “Wooo! Bruce heals the lame, fixes taxes.”  NEWSPAPER-110
    9/10/85 “Real-life anthems hit home.”  NEWSPAPER-110
    11/22/92 “The Boss is Back” previews Miami.  NEWSPAPER-32
    11/26/92 “Don’t Blame Bruce for Tepid Show” reviews Miami (11/24/92).  NEWSPAPER-32
    3/11/00 “Die-hard Springsteen fans hand on every note from their Boss.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    11/24/02 “Springsteen Shares Love in Meaningful Evening” reviews Miami (11/21/02).  NEWSPAPER-32
    11/5/04 “Kerrypalooza” reviews the John Kerry presidential rally in Miami (10/29/04).  NEWSPAPER-32
    5/1/06 “City in ruins finds its jazz.”  NEWSPAPER-32
    7/16/75 “Bruce Springsteen shuffles off to E Street” reviews The Wild, the Innocent.
    5/31/76 Critic Jon Marlow reviews Darkness on the Edge of Town, song-by-song.
    8/2/78 “Blinded by Springsteen’s light” reviews Miami (7/28/78).
    1/6/81 “Who got the best seats to see Bruce?”
    2/21/81 “Proving it all night: Bruce outdoes jerks” reviews Hollywood, FL (2/20/81).
    10/12/76 “Springsteen’s riding high” reviews Miami University, Oxford, OH (10/10/76).
    10/12/76 “The Springsteen precedent.”
    12/1/78 “Concert violations prompt security crackdown.”
    9/23/75 “Springsteen marks new rock era” reviews Born to Run.
    2/17/77 “Springsteen springs back” reviews Detroit (2/15/77).
    11/19/78 “Springsteen lights fire” reviews East Lansing (11/17/78).
    9/12/80 Editorial: “On Darwin and ticket lines.”
    9/16/80 “Springsteen ticket editorial slammed.”
    10/4/80 Large front page concert photo from Ann Arbor (10/3/80).
    10/5/80 “Springsteen looks back and drives on” reviews Ann Arbor (10/3/80).
    2/26/88 ” ‘New’ Boss still rocks” reviews Worcester (2/25/88).
    2/26/88 “Bruce fever reigns outside Centrum” in Worcester.
    7/13/85 “US Star Bruce Springsteen Knocks Them Dead in Europe” by Robert Hilburn.
    10/3/75 “This Concert’s No Bomb” reviews the Milwaukee bomb scare show (10/2/75).
    2/23/77 “The Return of Springsteen” reviews Milwaukee (2/22/77).
    6/10/78 “Springsteen Act Is Top of Rock” reviews Milwaukee (6/9/78).
    11/28/78 “A Wild Night of Springsteen” reviews Milwaukee (11/27/78).
    10/15/80 “Springsteen mesmerizes with pure rock” reviews Milwaukee (10/14/80).
    10/16/80 “Springsteen captivates with pure rock ‘n’ roll” reviews Milwaukee (10/14/80).
    7/4/82 “Can’t buy Bruce Springsteen? Invest in Gary U.S. Bonds.”
    9/24/82 “The Boss is back and on top” reviews Nebraska.
    10/30/92 “The night Springsteen ‘bombed’ in Beer Town” looks back at the bomb scare show.
    11/4/92 “Springsteen’s ageless rock leaves the crowd feeling good” reviews Milwaukee (11/3/92).
    Also see JSONLINE.COMInternet Articles
    4/10/99 “In Spain, a Springsteen family reunion” reviews Barcelona (4/9/99).
    11/5/99 “The band behind the man. Boss once again taking E Street to glory days.”
    11/10/99 “The ties that bind. Fans look at Springsteen, and they see themselves.”
    11/10/99 “Springsteen baptizes faithful in fiery show” reviews Milwaukee (11/9/99).
    11/10/99 “Amid the rock ‘n’ roll, Bruce finds room for acoustic fare.”
    9/28/02 “Springsteen rises to challenge” reviews Milwaukee (9/27/02).
    9/29/03 “Roll out the Springsteen” reviews Milwaukee (9/27/03).
    10/29/04 “Kerry rally in Madison makes history – and music” reviews Madison (10/28/04).
    10/29/04 “Election 2004: Presence of Boss rocks fans, supporters at Kerry event.”
    8/8/05 “Nuance, intimacy rule. Springsteen keeps it quiet” reviews Milwaukee (8/7/05).
    6/12/06 “Bruce comes a courtin.’”
    6/15/06 “Born to strum. Springsteen rouses crowd” reviews Milwaukee (6/14/06).
    3/18/08 “Sill powerful, Springsteen masters the contradictions” reviews Milwaukee (3/17/08).
    10/3/75 “Bomb Call Partitions Concert” reviews the Milwaukee bomb scare show (10/3/75).
    2/23/77 “Springsteen Marches To His Own Hysteria” reviews Milwaukee (2/22/77).
    6/10/78 “Bruce Springs To Life After Three Yea Sleep” reviews Milwaukee (6/9/78).
    11/28/78 “Springsteen True to His Talent” reviews Milwaukee (11/27/78).
    2/21/77 “Springsteen show leaves no doubt” reviews Minneapolis (2/19/77).
    6/12/78 “‘New’ Springsteen as exciting now as he was 3 years ago” reviews Bloomington (6/10/78).
    11/30/78 “Springsteen started slow, ended on fire” reviews St. Paul (11/29/78).
    10/14/80 “Springsteen’s back, older but still intense” reviews St. Paul (10/13/80).
    2/2/81 “Springsteen proves he’s consummate rock ‘n’ roller” reviews St. Paul (2/1/81).
    9/23/75 Columnist reviews Minneapolis (9/21/75).
    2/21/77 “Springsteen, E Street Band perform” reviews St. Paul (2/19/77).
    6/12/78 “High charisma lifts Springsteen concert” reviews Bloomington (6/10/78).
    2/3/81 “Springsteen again bosses packed arena” reviews St. Paul (2/1/81).

    5/30/81 “The reluctant millionaire.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    4/27/85 “How rock and roll made Bruce THE BOSS.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    6/3/85 “Springsteen Fever!” at Slane Castle (6/1/85).  NEWSPAPER-110
    6/5/85 “Boss of Tyneside.” Springsteen at Newcastle (6/4/85).  NEWSPAPER-33
    6/10/85 “Heart of GOLD.” Bruce makes large donation to the homeless.  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/4/85 “Yeah Boss. Bruce scores a Wembly winner.”  NEWSPAPER-110
    7/5/85 “Boss Lady.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/5/85 “Life With The Boss.” NEWSPAPER-33
    7/5/85 “‘Our love is very private.’”  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/5/85 “Money, money, money.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/7/85 Front page photo: “Kingsteen, Bruce gets the stars buzzing.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/7/85 ” King Steen: Stars on fire for superstart Bruce.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    8/8/85 Photo of a young Bruce promos the Blinded by the Light book.  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/10/88 “I’m the Boss. Sting and Springsteen in battle of the billings.”  NEWSPAPER-33
  • LE MONDE (France)  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/2/85 “Un western sans coup bas” reviews Paris (6/30/85).
    9/6/88 “Rock et Amnesty a Bercy” reviews Amnesty tour in Paris (9/4/88).
    12/12/98 “Huit heures des musique pour feter les droits de l’homme” reviews Paris (12/10/98).
    6/28/08 “Bruce Springsteen chante a la demande au Parc des Princes” reviews Paris (6/27/08).
    10/19/07 “Weinbergs host MCSPCA benefit” reviews Middletown (10/13/07).  NEWSPAPER-110
    3/7/08 “Benefit concert at Basie to feature Springsteen.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    5/2/74 2 ads for a free concert May 4 in Upper Montclair.
    5/2/74 “Free Concert to Highlight Carnival.”
    9/17/88 “World’s biggest membership drive” previews Amnesty tour in Montreal.
    9/17/88 “Rock stars put politics up front.”
  • DE MORGEN (Belgium)
    4/24/93 “Altijd Een Beetje Circus” reviews Gent (4/23/93).  NEWSPAPER-110
    5/13/03 “Bruce Springsteen bedwingt de weergoden” reviews Brussels (5/12/03).  NEWSPAPER-33
    5/13/03 “De superfan: ‘Springsteen live is mijn vakantie.’”  NEWSPAPER-33
    7/26/88 Front page: 45.000 hyldede bossen” reviews Copenhagen (7/25/88).
    7/26/88 “Brusende lykke I billet-koen.”
    7/26/75 “Springsteen performance jewel of an experience” reviews Kutztown, PA (7/25/75).
    9/14/84 “His Music and Lifestyle Embody His Dreams” reviews Philadelphia (9/11/84).
    7/22/85 “Springsteen Fever Has Fans Camped Out.”
    Also see THENEWSTRIBUNE.COMInternet Articles
    5/6/88 “It was rock for all ages” at the Tacoma Dome.
    5/6/88 “Sweet music rolls the hours away” reviews Tacoma, WA (5/5/88).
    5/6/88 “This time, the Boss sleeps far from Tacoma’s aroma.”
    9/30/78 “Springsteen loyal to rock’s foundation.”
    12/10/82 Sports editor happens upon a surprise club appearance. Review, Palo Alto (12/3/82).
    5/16/93 Bruce “invades” an upper-class dancing school ball. Reviews Munich (5/15/93).
  • EL MUNDO (Spain)
    LA ESFERA (Spain)
    Also see ELMUNDO.ESInternet Articles
    10/??/87 “Repuestos y carozones rotos” discusses Tunnel of Love. NEWSPAPER-33
    5/4/96 Three articles spread over two pages.  MICROFILM REEL 3
    5/20/03 “Terremoto Bruce.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    5/20/03 “A las ordenes del ‘Jefe’. ” Reviews Madrid (5/19/03).  NEWSPAPER-33
    5/20/03 “Forever Young.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    5/20/03 “Los mas ‘fans’ y los no tanto.”  NEWSPAPER-33
    9/18/75 “Bruce Springsteen to perform at Iowa.”
    11/29/75 Reviews Hammersmith Odeon (11/18/75).
  • MUSICA & CO. (Italy)  NEWSPAPER-33
    10/5/06 “Bruce Springsteen in Italia en in Arena.”

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  • LA NACION (Costa Rica)  NEWSPAPER-34
    9/14/88 “La magia del rock” reviews Human Rights tour in San Jose (9/13/88).
    12/6/03 “The Boss is boss but the book is schlock” referring to the one written by Robert Coles.
    5/22/97 “The Boss al Verdi” un mito per pochi.”
    5/22/97 “Bruce: quelle poesie nate dal silenzio” reviews Florence (5/21/97).
    6/9/03 “Bruce, una chitarra e una voce Il popolo del rock si commuove” reviews Florence (6/8/03).
    6/9/03 “Il sindaco Domenici preoccupato: ‘Aprite I cancelli dello stadio.’”
    6/9/03 “Obiettivo transenna In coda da sabato.”
    6/9/03 “Ma I divieti di sosta valgono solo per noi poveri residenti?”
    2/87 Reviews Live 1975-85.
    4/10/93 “Ein Wechselbad der Stimmungen” reviews Zurich (4/7/93).
    5/4/96 “Bruce Springsteen und sein Geister im Kongresshaus” reviews Zurich (5/2/96).
    4/28/99 “Das Rad der Zeit klemmt – Bruce Springsteen im Hallenstadion” reviews Zurich (4/26/99).
    9/23/09 “Boss” Bruce 60.”
    11/7/78 “He proved it all night” reviews Durham, NH (11/5/78).
    3/12/07 Stadium manager recalls helping Springsteen deal with gate crashing, look-a-like fan.”
    11/1/96 “The Boss rocks the Kiva with stadium boogie” reviews Albuquerque (10/19/96).
    9/12/84 “Bruce Springsteen: Rock & Roll Prisoner.”
    12/3/82 Nebraska review: “This will just grow on you.”
    4/3/74 Springsteen interview serves as a review of Phoenix (3/24/74).
    9/5/75 “The night of the punk” reviews Geneva, NY (7/22/75).
  • NEW TIMES  (Los Angeles)
    2/13/97 “Rock and Payroll” reviews Gred Goodman’s book The Mansion on the Hill.  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/20/98 Extensive details of a Springsteen theme park in Asbury Park. NEWSPAPER-111
  • NEW TIMES (Syracuse)  NEWSPAPER-111
    12/10/80 “The Springsteen Phenomenon.” Reviews Rochester (12/2/80).
    6/15/00 Publisher defends Springsteen’s American Skin/41 Shots, denounces the critics.
    11/18/01 Steven Van Zandt receives activism award; Bruce does the presenting.
    Also see NYPOST.COMInternet Articles
    11/5/76 Columnist Tony Schwartz interviews Bruce over dinner.  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/4/81 “Springsteen does it again!” reviews East Rutherford (7/2/81).  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/21/84 “Bruce Springs No Surprises in New LP.” Says BITUSA lacks “surprise.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/6/84 “For Bruce Springstein (sic) and the E Street Band, home is pandemonium.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/7/84 “A Night To Remember” reviews East Rutherford (8/5/84).  NEWSPAPER-34
    11/26/84 “Dollar discord over Springsteen music.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    5/15/85 Photo of Bruce meeting his future in-laws in Oregon.  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/23/85 Editorial cartoon based on the jammed phone lines.  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/23/85 “Chaos As Bruce Sparks Phone Jam.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/29/85 Letters: “Ticket hassle sours a Springsteen fan.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/30/85 “Boss Tix Scandal Rocks The Finest.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/30/85 Contest: “Wanna be at Bruce’s bash?”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/1/85 “Bruce’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Roots.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/7/85 Letters: “Young readers hit back at critic of Springsteen.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/10/85 “7 Springsteen Fans Die in Crash” in Chicago.  NEWSPAPER-111
    8/19/85 “Glory Days! The Boss is back home.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/19/85 “Bruce Proves It All Night” reviews East Rutherford (8/18/85).  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/20/85 “Bruce: Where Does He Go From Here?”  NEWSPAPER-111
    8/20/85 “Springsteen not-so-trivia quiz.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    8/20/85 “Dancing in the Dark with Bruce.” A “wow” moment for New York woman.  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/20/85 “Ed [Koch] just loved Springsteen – but oh, the noise!” Plus an editorial cartoon.  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/14/86 Bruce walks in mid-town New York almost unnoticed.  NEWSPAPER-34
    9/19/86 “The Boss leads holiday album hit parade.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    11/10/86 “A Memo From The Boss in 5 Great, Live Albums.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    2/7/87 Handwriting expert says Bruce is “still a bit insecure.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/18/87 Bruce jams with Boom Carter. Reviews Asbury Park (8/14/87).  NEWSPAPER-34
    12/9/87 “Stars come out for Harry Chapin” reviews New York City (12/7/87).  NEWSPAPER-34
    1/21/88 “Rock Of Ages” at 3rd Rock Hall induction dinner reviews NYC (1/ 20/88).  NEWSPAPER-34
    4/1/88 “The boss bounces back” previews Nassau Coliseum.  NEWSPAPER-34
    4/2/88 “Boss Still Does It His Way” reviews Nassau Coliseum (4/1/88).  NEWSPAPER-34
    5/16/88 “Date With The Boss” as US tour heads for the Garden.  NEWSPAPER-34
    5/17/88 “Bruce’s Growin’ Up” reviews NYC (5/16/88).  NEWSPAPER-34
    5/20/88 “Phantom song.” Why did the NYTimes say Bruce played Rosalita?  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/22/88 Page 1 photo of Bruce, Patti strolling in Paris.  NEWSPAPER-34
    11/11/88 “Springsteen ‘malled’ by writer” previews Esquire attack.  NEWSPAPER-34
    1/18/91 “Hall Yes! Rockers For Peace” at 1991 Rock Hall ceremonies.  NEWSPAPER-111
    3/31/92 “Bruce Brings It On Home” reviews Human Touch/Lucky Town.  NEWSPAPER-34
    4/28/92 “Live from New York … it’s the Boss!”  NEWSPAPER-34
    5/12/92 “Bruce hits the road.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/9/92 “Bruce’s ‘dress’ finally loosens” reviews the national radio show (6/5/92).  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/24/92 “Bruce on the Loose.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/24/92 “Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    1/7/93 Photo: Bruce and Patti after memorial service for Kristen Carr.  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/25/93 “Boss Leaves ‘Em Hungry For More” reviews East Rutherford (6/24/93).  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/26/93 “Springsteen gives Letterman a ‘Boss’ sendoff.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/21/93 “Is it autumn for Springsteen?”  NEWSPAPER-34
    8/24/93 “Bruce and The Kids Come First,” interview with Patti Scialfa.  NEWSPAPER-34
    1/20/94 “Fab Four,” analyzing the Rock Hall induction ceremonies in NYC.  NEWSPAPER-34
    1/21/94 “Rockers Rolled in Revelations” reviews NYC (1/20/94).  NEWSPAPER-34
    1/24/94 Bruce wins a Golden Globe for original song, Streets of Philadelphia.  NEWSPAPER-34
    2/23/95 “Oh, how Street it is” reviews New York City (2/21/95).  NEWSPAPER-34
    9/4/95 “Stars hopped, bopped while they rolled and rocked” at Rock Hall concert.  NEWSPAPER-34
    10/20/95 “At Tramps, Joe’s boss” reviews New York City (10/18/95).  NEWSPAPER-34
    11/21/95 “Wrath-er downbeat Springsteen” reviews The Ghost of Tom Joad.  NEWSPAPER-34
    12/13/95 “Springsteen proves he can make it on his own” reviews NYC (12/12/95).  NEWSPAPER-34
    11/10/98 “The boss of boxed sets ‘Tracks’ rise of Bruce.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    11/11/98 “Rock ‘n’ roll heaven for four new Hall-of-Famers.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    2/18/99 “Bizarro” cartoon: “The Next Bruce Springsteen.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/9/99 Reunion Tour heads back to the US.  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/11/99 “The Boss Is Back,” hitting the road again with the E Street Band.  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/16/99 “N.J. Fans Welcome Boss” in East Rutherford.  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/16/99 “Welcome Back, Bruce. Boss rocks Meadowlands.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/16/99 Reviews East Rutherford (7/15/03).  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/8/00 “The Boss’ new song touches on Diallo slay.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/10/00 “Diallo Song Gets Under Cops’ Skin.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/13/00 “The Boss Meets Diallo’s Kin.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/13/00 “He’s careful not to make ‘Skin’ center of show.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/13/00 Jack Newfield: “Union is off target portraying Bruce as cheap-shot artist.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/15/00 Editorial:”Springsteen’s Naive Song.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/22/00 “Bruce Shows Ticket Scalpers Who’s Boss.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    6/23/00 “PBA’s president loses $upport of Sprinsteen fan.”  NEWSPAPER-34
    7/28/02 “The Boss is back at work.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/28/02 “The Boss on our loss.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/28/02 “Other tragic events have inspired him.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/28/02 “Blue-collar bard strikes just the right note.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/29/02 “Impossible to miss. Bruce will be all over TV this week – not that that’s bad.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/30/02 “Where to find Bruce.” Maybe.  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/31/02 “Boss a Shore Thing” reviews Asbury Park (7/30/02).  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/31/02 “Springsteen Rising.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/3/02 “E for Excellence: Bruce rocks Dave” reviews the Letterman show (8/1/02).  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/8/02 “‘Rising’ sales propel Bruce to No. 1.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/8/02 “Boss’ new CD keeps ‘Rising.’”  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/8/02 “The Boss Proves It All Night.” Reviews East Rutherford (8/7/02).  NEWSPAPER-35
    3/9/03 “Bruce shows them who’s Boss” in Atlantic City (3/7/03).  NEWSPAPER-35
    5/4/03 “Bruce rocks Stone Pony before he goes Dutch” reviews Asbury Park (5/2/03).  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/14/03 “N.J. bigs call Bruce The Bo$$.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/16/03 “It’s Romeo And Rosalita. Fans flock to see Boss and Bard.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    9/1/03 “Concert fanatics seduced by Bruce.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/2/03 “Bruce is the Shea-hey kid.” Reviews NYC (10/1/03).  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/5/03 3 Letters to the Editor.  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/24/03 “White Knight Boss; Bruce makes pitch to save Bottom Line.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    1/31/04 “Burn to Run. Boozing firemen suspended over on-duty ‘Bruce’ bash.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    3/24/04 Photo of Bruce, Patti at a special screening of the movie “The Ladykillers.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    6/18/04 Bruce is 8th on Forbes’ list of Top 10 Celebrity list.  NEWSPAPER-35
    6/28/04 “Critics go in for the ‘Kill.’”  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/11/04 “Changing of the guard: Sony BMG’s CEO plans.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/14/04 Bruce takes a group of fans (New Jersey housewives) to lunch.  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/15/04 Photo of Bruce, Patti shopping at Barney’s.  NEWSPAPER-35
    9/19/04 “She’s the boss now” profiles Patti, 23rd Street Lullaby.  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/27/04 “Bruce bids to carry Kerry to Glory Days.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    12/26/04 “Photo of Bruce and Patti at the NY restaurant La Goulue.  NEWSPAPER-35
    4/24/05 “Soul survivor” reviews Devils & Dust.  NEWSPAPER-35
    5/5/05 “Boss rules” the Billboard Top 200 Album chart.  NEWSPAPER-35
    5/26/05 “Shut up, sit down & rock out.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/20/05 “Balk over Bruce” reports on contract renegotiations.  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/5/05 “Deeper meaning of Bruce almighty” previews the Springsteen Symposium.  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/18/05 Bruce is a fan, booster of Jesse Malin.  NEWSPAPER-35
    9/2/05 Bruce rents mansion in the Hamptons to watch Jessica in an equestrian event.  NEWSPAPER-35
    9/28/05 “Boss’ ‘Born to Run’ gets big b-day.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/11/05 “Flyin’ solo, 1st class” reviews Nassau Coliseum (10/9/05).  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/11/05 “Lack Off Track. Sony BMG chief’s woes tied to $pringsteen deal.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/18/05 “Sony Bigs Clash. Top deputy Smellie takes shot at CEO Lack.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/25/05 “Sirius puts Boss on dial.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    11/10/05 Born Again; An exclusive look at the story behind Bruce’s masterpiece” BTR.  NEWSPAPER-35
    11/10/05 “A classic gets royal treatment it deserves.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    11/10/05 “Footage re-Born in concert film.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    11/10/05 Born to Run interviews with Dave Marsh, Lenny Kaye, others.  NEWSPAPER-35
    12/27/05 “Yes, Boss; Bruce songs heat up ‘Cold Case’ “.  NEWSPAPER-35
    2/23/06 Photo: Bruce and Patti shopping again at Barney’s.  NEWSPAPER-35
    2/27/06 “Almost Famous” profiles Willie Nile.  NEWSPAPER-35
    6/24/06 “Bruce has brass …” reviews New York City (6/22/06).  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/2/06 Includes We Shall Overcome in best albums of the year so far.  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/2/06 “Cash’s grave songs” reviews Johnny Cash’s American V: A Hundred Highways.  NEWSPAPER-35
    7/14/06 “Springsteen kid in splash.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    10/18/07 “Bruce regains ‘Magic’ touch at Garden” reviews New York City (10/17/07).  NEWSPAPER-35
    11/3/08 Pre-election coverage includes coverage of Cleveland rally (11/2/09).  NEWSPAPER-35
    4/10/09 “Having an ‘Affair’ with ‘The Boss’.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    4/11/09 ” ‘Boss Gal’ Was Talk of Town.”  NEWSPAPER-35
    5/22/09 “Boss Right At Home” reviews East Rutherford (5/21/09).  NEWSPAPER-35
    4/4/10 Rumormonger story, widely circulated.  NEWSPAPER-111
    8/22/10 “Band On The Run” looks back at Born to Run.  NEWSPAPER-111
    10/3/11 Photo: Bruce and Patti, strolling in NYC.  NEWSPAPER-35
    8/12/02 “Just a Kiss Away” as the country “tunes in to let music heal the mortal souls.”
    8/12/02 “Back Into the Fire.” Of The Rising: “Springsteen recalls real heroes of 9/11.”
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    1/21/73 “Pop Folk Poets – A Band of Loners.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/16/73 “Springsteen Celebrates Street Life.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/14/74 Ad for Schaefer Music Festival in Central Park.  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/16/74 “Bruce Springsteen Evolves Into Figure Of Rock Expression.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/5/74 “Springsteen Sings With Ann Murray.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    11/8/74 John Rockwell conducts a phone interview with Bruce from Austin.  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/15/75 “The Rocky Road to Rock Stardom.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/20/75 “Who will replace Mick Jagger? It could be Bruce Springsteen.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/29/75 “Springsteen’s Rock Poetry at Its Best” previews Born To Run.  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/5/75 If no Bruce, “Then the Critics Would Have Made Him Up.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/24/75 ” ‘Hype’ and the Springsteen Case.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/19/75 Springsteen’s Bottom Line shows included in “It Was A Very Good Year.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/26/75 “A Top-10 Selection in a Good Year” includes Born to Run at No. 1.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    1/11/76 “The New Look of New Jersey Pop.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    3/28/76 “Where the Dancing Is: Asbury Park’s Stone Pony.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/18/76 “Asbury Park and the New Rock Music.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/30/76 “Springsteen, Cocky and Tireless” reviews NYC (10/28/76). NEWSPAPER-36
    12/4/77 “Today’s Punks Make the Old Punks Sound Mellow.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/25/78 “Bruce Springsteen Begins a Tour” reviews Buffalo, NY (5/23/78).  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/26/78 Revealing insights from Bruce at the start of the Darkness tour.  NEWSPAPER-36
    6/11/78 “Jagger, Springsteen And the New Angst.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/9/78 Full page ad for Madison Square Garden shows. Tickets were $8.50 and $9.50.  NEWSPAPER-111
    12/31/78 “Disco, Progressive Rock and Comebacks Were ’78 High Notes.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/16/79 “Rock Stars Are Into Politics Again” previews the No Nukes benefits.  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/24/79 “Springsteen Makes Biggest Impact” reviews NYC (9/22/79).  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/30/79 “Paperback Talk” discusses Dave Marsh’s first Bruce book.  NEWSPAPER-36
    6/15/80 “In Support of a Proposal for a State Anthem,” meaning Born to Run.  NEWSPAPER-36
    6/29/80 Letter writer supports proposed New Jersey state anthem.  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/6/80 Letter writer takes offense to “unedifying” lyrics in Born to Run.  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/18/80 Film: ‘No Nukes,’ a Melange of Musicians. N EWSPAPER-36
    10/19/80 “Bruce Springsteen’s ‘The River’ – In Need of Editing” reviews The River.  NEWSPAPER-36
    11/29/80 “Bruce Springsteen at the Garden” reviews NYC (11/27/80).  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/4/81 “Springsteen Inaugurates New Jersey Arena.  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/10/81 “Rock Singers Are Trying To Tell Us Something.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    2/14/82 “Clemons’s New Band.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    6/13/82 Bruce among performers at nuclear disarmament rally in NYC (6/12/82).  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/26/82 “Bruce Springsteen Fashions a Compelling, Austere Message.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/4/83 Bruce guests with Jackson Browne at Madison Square Garden in NYC (8/2/83).  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/27/84 “Springsteen Scans the American Dream” reviews Born in the USA.  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/7/84 “Bruce Springsteen in Concert” reviews East Rutherford (8/5/84).  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/20/84 President evokes Bruce’s name.  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/2/84 “Mondale Assails Reagan on Arms” (and for evoking Bruce’s name.)  NEWSPAPER-36
    2/24/85 “What Pop Lyrics Say To Us Today.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/27/85 “The Rush to Buy Tickets By Phone.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/6/85 “Springsteen’s Music Hits Chord of America” reviews Washington D.C. (8/5/85).  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/16/85 “Homecoming for Springsteen” previews Giants Stadium.  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/18/85 “Bruce Springsteen’s Mass Appeal” previews Giants Stadium.  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/19/85 “Springsteen Begins 6-Concert Series” reviews East Rutherford (8/18/85).  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/19/85 “65,000 Springsteen Fans Welcome Singer Home.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/29/85 “Competing With Bruce.” Author says his wife has an obsession.  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/20/85 “The Folks Down Under Get The Last Word.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/21/85 “‘Sun City’ Gets a Range of Airplay.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/24/85 “3M Workers Campaign To Keep Plant.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/4/86 “Rock Around the Scholock – The Trouble With Pop Star Biographies.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/24/86 “Asbury Park Becomes Home to a Museum of Rock-and-Roll.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    11/9/86 “Springsteen’s ‘Live/1975-85′ Is Loaded With History.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    11/11/86 “Throngs Line Up Early for Springsteen Album.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    1/1/87 “Critic’s Notebook: Springsteen Album – A Sure Thing.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    2/25/87 “Life In The ’30s,” Anna Quindlen includes a Jungleland reference.  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/5/87 “Growin’ Up and Rock’in Out” reviews Dave Marsh’s book Glory Days.  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/4/87 “Springsteen Looks at Love” reviews Tunnel of Love.  NEWSPAPER-36
    1/21/88 “Rock Hall of Fame Inducts Members” reviews New York City (1/ 20/88).  NEWSPAPER-36
    2/25/88 “An Avid and Successful Rick-Taker” profiles Bruce’s friend John A. Mulheren Jr.  NEWSPAPER-36
    2/27/88 “Springsteen Starts First Tour in 2 Years” reviews Worcester (2/25/88).  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/17/88 “Bruce Springsteen’s Tour” reviews NYC (5/16/88).  NEWSPAPER-36
    6/12/88 “Bruce Springsteen Has a Grown-Up Way With a Song.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/5/88 “Rock’s Largest Human Rights Tour.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/1/88 “Rockers for Rights: On the Eve of the Big Tour.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/3/88 “77,000 in London Hear Rock Stars Make Music for Human Rights.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/8/88 “Amnesty Rock Tour Performs in Badapest.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/21/88 “Raising Consciousness, Not Money” on the Amnesty tour.  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/22/88 “The Costa Ricans Rock, but Some Just Shake.” Amnesty tour in Costa Rica.  NEWSPAPER-36
    1/19/89 “New Names in Rock’s Pantheon” reviews New York City (1/18/89).  NEWSPAPER-36
    6/10/91 A 95-word article announce Bruce’s marriage to Patti Scialfa.  NEWSPAPER-36
    1/24/92 “Springsteen to Release 2 Albums at Once.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    3/11/92 “Springsteen Strategy.” Releases a two song cassette single.  NEWSPAPER-36
    3/29/92 “Springsteen: An Old-Fashioned Rocker in a New Era.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/13/92 Human Touch, Lucky Town sell well at first, then plunge.  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/22/92 The Pop Life: “Springsteen redux and remixes.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    7/25/92 “Springsteen, 42, Leans Toward Family Values” on Human Touch/Lucky Town.  NEWSPAPER-36
    8/9/92 “When the Boss Fell to Earth, He Hit Paradise” with the writing of Lucky Town.  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/29/92 Chronicle column reports on Bruce’s appearance at the Pony (12/27/92).  NEWSPAPER-36
    6/2/93 “Springsteen for Charity.” Announces benefits in New Jersey, New York.  NEWSPAPER-36
    1/30/94 “Eloquent Movies With Eloquent Soundtracks” includes Philadelphia.  NEWSPAPER-36
    3/2/94 Photo with Curtis Mayfield, others at rehearsal.  NEWSPAPER-36
    2/16/95 Bruce guests with Melissa Etheridge in Brooklyn (2/15/95).  NEWSPAPER-36
    3/2/95 “The Grammys: A Blend of Old and New.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/7/95 “Springsteen Looks Back but Keeps Walking On.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    9/2/95 “On a Weekend Roll, Rock Music Carves A Place in History.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    9/4/95 “Finally Reckoning With Rock History” reviews Cleveland (9/2/95).  NEWSPAPER-36
    10/20/95 “Springsteen as Mentor For a Milder Comrade,” reviews NYC (10/18/95).  NEWSPAPER-36
    11/19/95 “Arena Rock Loses One Voice and Gains Another.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/14/95 “Hard Times and No Silver Lining” reviews New York City (12/12/95).  NEWSPAPER-36
    12/1/96 “Rocking With Springsteen Yields Money for Charities.”  NEWSPAPER-36
    1/26/97 “Steinbeck in Leather” cover story.  NEWSPAPER-36
    5/6/97 Bruce receives Polar Music Award in Stockholm.  NEWSPAPER-37
    12/13/98 Brief comments by Jon Pareles on Tracks.  NEWSPAPER-37
    3/16/99 “Springsteen, Joel and Others Enter Rock Hall.” Reviews NYC (3/15/99).  NEWSPAPER-37
    3/20/99 “Springsteen Infuses Asbury Park.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    4/12/99 “Springsteen’s America Plays Europe.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    5/16/99 On The Shore: “Springsteen’s on a Pedestal. Not His Statue.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/11/99 “Back, Sold Out and Playing In the Key of E Street.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/16/99 “On Fire in Meadowlands: Springsteen Is Back.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/17/99 “A Night of Many Returns for the Boss” reviews East Rutherford (7/15/99).  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/25/99 “Everybody’s Got A Hungry Heart, And a Bruce Story.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/25/99 “Costly Stroll on the Asphalt Boardwalk” set up in the Meadowlands parking lot.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/1/99 Humor article: “Born to (a.) Run (b.) crawl ( c.) Yawn.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/15/99 “Springsteen’s Ticket Sales Take in $18 Million.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/16/99 “Necessary Springsteen Keeps the Faith” and the accountability to his fans.  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/6/99 Bruce, Patti at the Lexington Candy Shop (despite private party.)  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/20/99 “Springsteen’s Gifts, 9 Computers, Are Stolen.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/26/99 “Success Transforms Springsteen’s Bleak Birthplace.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/28/99 Letter to the Editor by Freehold historian Kevin Coyne.   NEWSPAPER-37
    12/26/99 “The Coolest Guy In All of Jersey” profiles Steven Van Zandt.  NEWSPAPER-37
    1/30/00 “Presleyites, Dylanists and Springsteenians.” An Eric Alterman essay.  NEWSPAPER-37
    2/27/00 T. Coraghessan Boyle Letter to the Editor on his Greasy Lake story.  NEWSPAPER-37
    4/9/00 “A Factory That Wove Rugs and Bound a Town Together.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/13/00 “Springsteen Song About Diallo Prompts Anger From Police.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/14/00 Commentator: “Has the Boss Joined Ranks With the Limousine Liberals?”  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/14/00 “Born to Run, or at Least to Be redeemed” on the reactions to 41 Shots.  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/15/00 Letter to the Editor: “Springsteen and the Message of ‘American Skin.’”  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/17/00 “The Sounds of Silencing” includes Bruce, 41 Shots.  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/17/00 Police officer: “The Working People Springsteen Doesn’t Understand.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/29/00 “A Drummer on a Roll Revisits His Past Life.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/27/00 “Working in the Spirit Of My Father’s Place.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/28/00 “That’s Dr. Boss To You: A Dropout as B.M.O.C.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    12/31/00 “From the Quiet of a Bedroom, Raw Songs of America” revisits Nebraska.  NEWSPAPER-37
    1/28/01 “For Springsteen, Bar Mitzvahs and Conan, This Drummer Sets the Beat.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    9/22/01 “A Nation Challenged: The Benefit.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    5/17/02 “Not Political Boss. Just Boss.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/14/02 “His Kind of Heroes, His Kind of Songs.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/14/02 “Life on E Street: From Sessions to ‘The Sopranos.’”  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/15/02 “Springsteen Protects CD Online in an Old-Fashioned Way.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/28/02 Letter to the Editor: “Bruce Springsteen: A Lonely Hero.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/28/02 Letter to the Editor. “Bruce Springsteen: A Liberal Mouthpiece.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/31/02 “A Morning Jolt of Bruce With Juice” previews Asbury Park beach party.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/8/02 “From Springsteen, a Call to ‘Rise Up’” reviews The Rising.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/9/02 “Springsteen Issues a Call to ‘Rise Up’ After 9/11.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/11/02 “Music of the Moment. Springsteen faces tragedy and transcends it.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/18/02 Humor piece: The Boss Is Back. Uh, Whose Boss? Not Mine, Stud.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/25/02 Interview with singer/songwriter Steve Earle, who discusses Bruce.  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/13/02 “You Can Go Home And Write About it.” Kevin Coyne in Springsteen Land.  NEWSPAPER-37
    3/20/03 “A Rocker and a Revered Author Bond for a Cause.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/16/03 “In Stadium, Connecting With the Intimacy (and Imagery) of a Kiss.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/28/03 “Springsteen Ticket Scalpers, Glory Days Have Passed You By.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/3/03 “A School of Literature That’s Called New Jersey.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/30/03 “Behind the Mystique of Two Pop Heroes, the Boss and the Bad-Boy Rapper.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    11/9/03 Full page add for the Essential Bruce Springsteen 3 CD set.  NEWSPAPER-111
    12/7/03 “Neighbors Unhappy With a Drummer’s Day Job: Jersey Shore Developer.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    1/26/04 “The Bottom Line, a Place Where the Music Always Came First.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    2/8/04 “Eclectic Sounds of New Jersey, Echoing From Coast to Coast.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    5/21/04 “Rock of Ages,” Nick Hornby on the eternal quest for a life changing band.  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/16/04 As the Troubadour exhibit opens, “Newark Asks, Who’s The Boss?”  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/20/04 Essay on the Troubador of the Highway exhibit.  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/4/04 Troubador curator Colleen Sheehy’s letter to the editor on the 6/20/04 essay.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/5/04 “Rock Stars Announce a Swing-State Tour” previews Vote for Change.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/5/04 “Chords for Change,” Bruce writes an Op-Ed.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/6/04 Eight letters to the editor on Vote for Change tour.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/11/04 “Little Steven’s Big Crusade. Van Zandt Uses His Clout to Foster Garage Rock.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/2/04 “Rockers Open Tour in Support of Kerry” reviews Philadelphia (10/1/04).  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/13/04 “Guitars and Amps: Campaign Tools.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/14/04 “For Fans, the Music Seems to Matter More Than the Message.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/31/04 “The Rap Against Rockism: Why Won’t it Fade Away?”  NEWSPAPER-37
    11/6/04 “The Gurus of What’s In Wonder if They’re Out of Touch.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    11/10/04 “The Boss Back Home” reviews Asbury Park (11/6/04).  NEWSPAPER-37
    12/19/04 “Lemmings Near The Sea.” Ticket scalping for the holiday shows.  NEWSPAPER-37
    12/21/04 “Springsteen Plays Santa” reviews Asbury Park (12/19/04).  NEWSPAPER-37
    4/24/05 “Bruce Almighty: The Boss Turns To God.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    4/24/05 Full page ad for Devils & Dust.  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/1/05 “Two Guys Left Behind” profiles Vini Lopez and David Sancious.  NEWSPAPER-37
    5/21/05 “Wrestling With Demons in a Hotel Tryst” reviews East Rutherford (5/19/05).  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/3/05 Reviews recent Bruce books, and Bruce’s “new phase.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/24/05 “Hey, Eddie” reviews the book Meeting Across The River.  NEWSPAPER-37
    8/18/05 “Michael Brecker’s Saxophone Is Silent, His Life Is in the Balance.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    11/15/05 ” ‘Born to Run’ Reborn 30 Years Later.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    11/18/05 Signed editorial by Helene Cooper: “Born To Run” on the 30th anniversary.  NEWSPAPER-37
    11/25/05 Novelist Harlan Coben: “Springsteen vs. Frist’s Senate.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    4/16/06 An interview with Bruce Springsteen during Seeger Session rehearsals.  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/24/06 “Folk Revival As Only Springsteen Can Do It” reviews NYC (6/22/06).  NEWSPAPER-37
    6/28/06 “The Boss Lets Freedom Ring, with Banjo” reviews NYC (6/22/06).  NEWSPAPER-37
    1/2/07 “Pop Music and the War: The Sound of Resignation.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    4/7/07 “Wresting With Songs Tougher Than the Rest” reviews NYC (4/15/07).  NEWSPAPER-37
    9/30/07 “In Love With Pop, Uneasy With the World.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/1/07 “Audience Helps Drill the E-Street Band” reviews East Rutherford (9/28/07).  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/19/07 “Songs of Anguish With a Hopeful Beat” reviews New York City (10/17/07).  NEWSPAPER-37
    11/20/07 “The Segmented Society. Little Stevie and the fragmentation of rock ‘n’ roll.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    12/30/07 The dialogue between Bruce Springsteen and Arcade Fire.  NEWSPAPER-37
    2/11/08 Results of the 50th annual Grammy Awards (including 3 to Springsteen.)  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/17/08 “The Boss, the Piano Man and the Candidate” reviews NYC (10/16/08).  NEWSPAPER-37
    1/19/09 “America Meets in Washington to Start Celebrating Obama’s Inauguration.”  NEWSPAPER-37
    1/19/09 One-third page photo of Springsteen performing at the Lincoln Memorial.  NEWSPAPER-37
    2/1/09 “The Rock Laureate,” a major feature by Jon Pareles.  NEWSPAPER-37
    10/31/09 “Rock’s Royal Genes” reviews New York City (10/29/09).  NEWSPAPER-37
    7/9/85 “Springsteen’s exuberance conquers British hearts.”
    3/30/03 “The Boss sweats it out in the rain.”
    3/31/03 “Bruce was born to run and run” reviews Aukland (3/28/03).
    6/5/05 Reviews Devils & Dust: an “uneven set.”
    8/26/78 Reprints a profile by Dave Marsh from Rolling Stone.
    7/21/84 Full page photo of Bruce Springsteen as a preview of the summer concert season. Page 8.
    4/9/76 Student newspaper previews, but then does not review, the Choate school show.
    8/2/78 “Springsteen Stirs Crowd To Frenzy” reviews Charleston, S.C. (8/1/78).
    11/8/86 “Springsteen’s boxed set finally finished.”
    3/4/88 “The Boss commands the Dome” reports on fans, scalpers in Chapel Hill.
    3/5/88 “Bruce finally cuts loose in second set” reviews Chapel Hill (3/3/88).
    11/16/92 “10 Songs that make the man.”
    11/19/92 “The Boss turns serious” reviews Chapel Hill, NC (11/17/92).
    4/24/00 “Bruce’s rock revival” reviews Durham, NC (4/22/00).
    9/12/03 “Bruce-built anthems last.”
    9/12/03 “Thirty years of rockin,” Bruce’s concerts in North Carolina.
    9/12/03 “He covers the Boss’ back,” an interview with Steve Van Zandt.
    9/12/03 “The logistics.”
    9/15/03 “Springsteen Rises To The Occasion” reviews Chapel Hill (9/14/03).
    9/15/03 “Fans of all ages answer to The Boss.”
    5/28/78 “Springsteen’s back and isn’t forgotten” reviews Philadelphia (5/26/78).
    6/11/78 “Springsteen’s first album in years fall shorts” reviews Darkness.
    11/2/80 “He never lets’em down” reviews The River.
    1/4/81 “Newer bands, Springsteen make top 10″ for 1980.
    8/8/83 “Busing to a ballgame with the Boss.”
    6/3/84 “Bruce’s rock river runs deep” previews Born in the U.S.A.
    8/9/84 “Springsteen boss of events” reviews East Rutherford (8/6/84).
    9/11/84 “Bruce Springsteen: He’s still Boss.”
    9/12/84 “Springsteen sizzles at the Spectrum” reviews Philadelphia (9/11/84).
    7/7/85 Julianne: “I’ll Share Star Bruce With His Fans.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    11/20/88 “Sexy Sting’s Belly Odd Birthday.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    2/18/90 “Exclusive! Bruce and the Biker Barmaid.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    5/5/96 “Dancing in the Park.” Bruce and his kids in London’s Hyde Park.  NEWSPAPER-111
    1/30/85 “Springsteen: should town honor him?”
    2/6/85 “Poll respondents: honor ‘the Boss.’”
    5/15/02 “Vinyard park ceremony Saturday.”
    5/22/02 “Springsteen, Theiss help honor couple who cared.”
    7/30/03 “European fans sample slick of Bruce’s hometown.”
    7/14/04 “Springsteen delivers on promise to artist.”
    10/5/05 “Habitat families welcome new homes” on Freehold’s new E Street.
    5/28/08 “Photographer captures Hall of Fame moments.”
    9/9/09 “New book looks at ‘The Boss,’” reviews Louis Masur’s Runaway Dream.
    3/2/11 Freehold “Little League will celebrate 60 years of baseball memories.”
    3/30/11 “Shore musician finds his hero.” Chris Vaughn and Bruce Springsteen.
    11/9/11 Report on the relocation of this collection to Monmouth University.
    Also see NEWSDAY.COMInternet Articles
    6/21/73 Robert Christgau: “Springsteen has potential.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/13/74 “Symbol of Alienation With a Mesmerizing Rhythm” by Dave Marsh.  NEWSPAPER-38
    2/24/75 In “Fluid Gold,” Dave Marsh reviews Westbury Music Fair (2/23/75).  NEWSPAPER-38
    7/14/75 “Street-walking monster.” Tony Kornheiser reviews a Bottom Line show.  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/29/75 “Two Magazines Have One Bright Idea.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    12/14/75 “Springsteen as Long Island Hero” reviews Greenvale, NY (12/12/75).  NEWSPAPER-38
    12/??/75 Readers vote Born to Run as the year’s top album.  NEWSPAPER-111
    7/4/81 “Uninhibited and reflective” reviews East Rutherford (7/2/81).  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/3/82 “Springsteen ode to ordinary people” reviews Nebraska.  NEWSPAPER-38
    8/2/84 “Springsteen: ‘The Boss’ is Coming To Town.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    8/7/84 “Springsteen’s party in Jersey” reviews East Rutherford (8/5/84).  NEWSPAPER-38
    9/9/84 “The Rites Of Springsteen.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/11/84 “Rock star’s $10,000 donation for holiday food sounds right note.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/29/84 “Springsteen springs again for a food bank.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    8/18/85 “Bosser Than Ever” previews East Rutherford.  NEWSPAPER-38
    8/20/85 “Springsteen brings it all back home” reviews East Rutherford (8/18/85).  NEWSPAPER-38
    11/10/86 “Springsteen’s Living-Room Rock Concert” reviews Live 1975-’85.  NEWSPAPER-38
    11/12/86 “‘Boss’ Fans Go on the Record.” Interviews with fans in a record-buying line.  NEWSPAPER-38
    11/28/86 “Drumming Up a Night With Mighty Max,” during a lecture at The Bottom Line.  NEWSPAPER-38
    1/23/87 “Rocking and Rolling Into the Hall of Fame” reviews NYC (1/ 21/87).  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/5/87 “Springsteen’s Love Songs” reviews Tunnel of Love.  NEWSPAPER-38
    1/22/88 “The Good, Bad and Discontented” at Grammys. Reviews (1/ 20/88).  NEWSPAPER-38
    2/21/88 “Two for the Road.” Bruce and Michael Jackson put reputations on the line.  NEWSPAPER-38
    2/27/88 “An Introspective Bruce Is Still the Boss” reviews Worcester (2/25/88).  NEWSPAPER-38
    4/1/88 “Springsteen a Steamy Hit in Detroit” reviews Detroit (3/28/88).  NEWSPAPER-38
    4/3/88 “Hey, What’s $100″ reports on scalping at Nassau Coliseum.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    4/4/88 “Bruce Springsteen: Into the Future.” Wayne Robins reviews Uniondale (4/1/88).  NEWSPAPER-38
    4/5/88 “The Boss Takes The High Road,” reaching Nassau Coliseum by helicopter.  NEWSPAPER-38
    6/16/89 “Hey Hey: Neil Young Is Boss” reviews Jones Beach (6/14/89).  NEWSPAPER-38
    3/29/92 “Springsteen Digs In For the Long Run.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    6/8/92 “Rock and a hard place.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    7/24/92 “Bruce’s leap of faith” reviews East Rutherford (7/23/92).  NEWSPAPER-38
    11/12/92 “Bruce at a Crossroads” reviews Uniondale (11/9/92).  NEWSPAPER-38
    12/11/95 Elaine Steinbeck: “I love Bruce Springsteen.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    12/14/95 “Springsteen Strikes Again” reviews New York City (12/12/95).  NEWSPAPER-38
    4/13/99 “Who’s Boss? It’s Still Bruce” reviews Barcelona (4/11/99).  NEWSPAPER-38
    4/20/99 “Born to Re-Run” follows the Reunion Tour in Europe.  NEWSPAPER-38
    7/14/99 “The Cult of Bruce.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    7/21/02 “Back to Bossics. Returning to his roots. Bruce Springsteen is ‘Rising’ again.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/1/03 Poster as a preview to three shows at Shea Stadium.  NEWSPAPER-111
    10/2/03 “The Boss Rules At Shea” reviews Queens, NY (10/2/03).  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/2/03 “Plenty of Hits at the Stadium.”  NEWSPAPER-38
    5/5/05 “Boss rises to the top … again” with Devils & Dust sales.  NEWSPAPER-38
    5/20/05 “Bruce flies solo, and soars” reviews East Rutherford (5/19/05).  NEWSPAPER-38
    10/12/05 “Silence is golden” reverence for the Boss” reviews Uniondale (10/9/05).  NEWSPAPER-38
    3/11/08 “Bruce Springsteen rocks Nassau Coliseum” reviews Uniondale (3/10/08).  NEWSPAPER-38
    6/4/08 Article looks back briefly at Springsteen’s first show on Long Island.  NEWSPAPER-38
    3/2/73 “Who is Bruce Springsteen?”
    3/16/73 “Star Due at NU,” a more extensive article previewing the 3/24/73 show.
    3/23/73 “Bruce Springsteen Will Prove He Is More than Dylanesque Tomorrow.”
    3/30/73 “Springsteen: A Unique Band” reviews Niagara University, Lewington, NY (3/24/73).
    5/11/73 “Free Concert Highlights Final Weekend at NU.” Bruce back by popular demand.
    5/20/97 “Bruce Springsteen revient a l’essentiel” reviews Nice (5/18/97).
  • HET NIEUWSBLAD (Belgium)
    4/26/93 “God Doet Het Iets Kalmer Aan” reviews Gent (4/24/93).  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/28/99 “Fans warmen zich op voor Bruce-concert.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    6/12/85 “De stilte voor Bruce Springsteen.”
    6/13/85 “Kuip plat vooor Springsteen” reviews Rotterdam (6/12/85).
    12/6/86 “Bruce Springsteen en het heldendom.”
    7/25/75 Springsteen and his band create an event” reviews Lenox, MA (7/23/75).
    8/16/75 “Frenetic Springsteen ‘explodes’ at Mosque” reviews Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh (8/9/75).
    9/1/78 “Rock’s Bruce Springsteen captures local audience” reviews Pittsburgh (8/29/78).
    12/18/92 “Springsteen’s leap pays off” reviews Pittsburgh (12/16/92).
    7/24/92 “Bruce on the loose with new, old material.”
    7/24/92 “Springsteen plays Jersey after 4 years.”
    7/24/92 Despite disappointing record sales, “Local fans faithful to The Boss.”
    10/20/05 “Springsteen doesn’t tire of exploring his songbook” reviews Chicago (10/13/05).
    5/2/85 “Queuing in the dark for Bruce.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    6/5/85 “Greatest show on earth. Major coverage, reviews Newscastle (6/4/85).  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “Just another face in the Geordie crowd.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “Why E Streeters are happy with the Boss.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “From New Jersey to St. James.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “Busman’s song with ticket to stardom.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “Odd facts about the Boss.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “A phone call … and Nils was on song.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “Even if we’re just dancing in the park …”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “The boss’s wife.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “One for the desert island.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    6/5/85 “The Boss spans a generation.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    10/8/87 “Miners dig Springsteen.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    11/24/75 “Bruce Springsteen: fascinerende popster” reviews Amsterdam (11/23/75)
    4/30/81 Reviews the Ahoy, Rotterdam concert (4/28/81).
    6/21/88 “Spierballenrock en intimiteit bij Springsteen” reviews Paris (6/19/98).
    6/29/88 “Bespiegeling en eenvoudige pret” reviews Rotterdam (6/28/88).
    9/5/88 “Onwennig begin Amnesty-tournee” reviews London (9/2/88).
    4/5/93 “Hard werkende rocker Springsteen mist zijn vroegere magie” reviews Dortmund (4/4/93).
    2/26/96 “Springsteen zingt weer alleen over andermans ellende” reviews Rotterdam (2/25/96).
    6/21/99 “Zeer slecht geluid hindert concert Bruce Springsteen” reviews Arnhem (6/19/99).
    10/23/02 “Springsteen zingt van woede en wraak” reviews Rotterdam (10/22/02).
    5/29/09 Pinkpop preview and profile: “Regen in de wasstraat.”
    6/2/09 “Springsteen geeft les in rock-’n’-roll” reviews Landgraaf (5/30/09).
    5/15/03 “El Jefe Vuelve Con Toda La Banda Al Molinon.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “El dia en que Springsteen toco seis horas en Gijon.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “La ‘Bruce’ Band.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “Llega al Molinon la genuina energia de un clasico del rock.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “El equipo visitante.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “Treinta anos de musica honesta en la penumbra del sueno americano.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “Asi nos dimos de ‘Bruces.’”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “Batiendo records en un ano a tope de compromisos politicos y musicales.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “Encuentro con el nuevo jefe.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/15/03 “Haciendo memoria.”  NEWSPAPER-111
    5/16/03 “Springsteen, pletorico, enloquece a 40.000 seguidores.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    5/16/03 “Springsteen, pletorico de energia…” reviews Gijon (5/15/03).  NEWSPAPER-39
    5/16/03 “Springsteen saludo Asturias con el uniforme de rockero.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    5/16/03 “Asi empezo todo.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    5/16/03 “La tribu del Jefe.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    5/16/03 “Mas de 2.00 servicios de taxi para una aficion en busca de alojamiento.”  NEWSPAPER-39
    5/16/03 “En el cielo con Bruce.”  NEWSPAPER-39

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    2/25/09 “Springsteen emboa forma.” Short review of Working on a Dream.
    1/22/11 “Obau Do Bruce” reviews The Promise.
    Also see INSIDEBAYAREA.COMInternet Articles
    10/28/80 “Bruce Springsteen needs no special effects” reviews Oakland (10/27/80).
    10/28/95 “El jefe del rock & roll con nuevo disco” discusses The Ghost of Tom Joad.
    10/11/76 “BRUCE” reviews Notre Dame University, South Bend (10/9/76).
    9/26/78 “Springsteen: The Return of the Native.”
    6/7/81 “The master of stagecraft” reviews Wembley (6/4/81).  NEWSPAPER-40
    6/2/85 “The Boss is back.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    6/30/85 “Deep in the heart,” written by a self-proclaimed “unbeliever.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    7/7/85 “Springsteen rocks.” He earns a lot in the UK, and donates a lot to causes.  NEWSPAPER-40
    8/9/87 “Sucking up to the boss” reviews Dave Marsh’s book Glory Days.  NEWSPAPER-40
    4/05 Tease on cover. 4-star review of Devils & Dust. Page 45.  MICROFILM REEL 2
    7/05 Cover. “Who’s The Boss? Nick Hornby finally meets Bruce Springsteen.” Page 8.  NEWSPAPER-112
    1/07 E Street Band at Wembley (2002) is one of the “25 best gigs of all time.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    12/2/07 “Bruce is the word” reviews Madrid (11/25/07).  NEWSPAPER-112
    4/20/08 “The Boss picks his voice of America.”  NEWSPAPER-112
    Smr 2008 Great lyricist, an all-Bruce pamphlet published jointly with The Guardian.  NEWSPAPER-40
    6/1/08 “Springsteen at fever pitch” in London (5/30-31/08). NEWSPAPER-40
    1/09 Cover. World exclusive interview: “Meet The New Boss.” Page 22.  NEWSPAPER-40
    2/11/77 “Springsteen Brings Adventure Of Open Road to 5,500 in Area” reviews Utica (2/10/77).
    1/23/09 Wire service photo of Bruce, Joe Grushecky, from 2004.
    5/9/92 “Europe loves ‘The Boss’ ” as HT/LT sales soar.
    6/19/92 “Springsteen still doing it his way” during HT/LT tour in Stockholm.
    7/24/92 ” ‘The Boss’ starts tour in New Jersey” previews East Rutherford.
    7/25/92 “Tour begins ‘Better Days’ for the Boss” discusses East Rutherford (7/23/92).
    6/26/93 “Letterman bids farewell to NBC” reviews New York (6/25/93).
    3/3/95 “Best of the ‘Boss’ ” discusses Greatest Hits.
    11/29/95 “Springsteen plays on his own terms” reviews Los Angeles (11/19/95).
    1/12/02 Born to Run is No. 5 on VH1′s best rock songs list.
    6/5/02 “The Boss is back with E Street” for The Rising.
    8/16/84 “Springsteen, E Street Band rock Jersey. E Rutherford review (8/11/84).
    12/4/78 “The Boss” reviews the University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (12/1/78).
    9/14/75 “Clothes don’t make the singer” previews Oklahoma City.
    12/3/78 “Prisoner of Rock ‘n’ Roll Releases Pure Joy in Norman” reviews Norman (12/1/78).
    10/1/75 “1600 Are Witnesses To a Brightening Star” reviews Omaha (9/30/75).
    6/15/78 “Intense Springsteen Turns It On, Takes Over Omaha Turf” reviews Omaha (6/14/78).
    7/15/84 “With 14-month tour, Springsteen is Born to Run in the U.S.A.”
    10/25/84 “Springsteen Fans to Wait in Line 3 Days for Tickets.”
    9/15/11 Spoof: Springsteen Releases Sci-Fi album.
    Also see OCREGISTER.COMInternet Articles
    9/27/85 “Mile High Bruce” reviews Denver (9/24/85).  NEWSPAPER-40
    9/27/85 “Boss Quiz.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    9/27/92 “Bruce’s new life colors return to stage” reviews Los Angeles (9/24/92).  NEWSPAPER-40
    3/2/95 “Boss Isn’t Greedy, Tony Is Humble” at the Grammys.  NEWSPAPER-40
    11/28/95 “Springsteen plays it dark and quiet” reviews L.A. (11/16/95).  NEWSPAPER-40
    10/19/99 “Reborn to run.” The Reunion Tour “smacks of cash-in nostalgia.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    12/27/99 “Beyond the Bandana. Steve Van Zandt finds his career flourishing.”  NEWSPAPER-112
    4/4/08 “Max Weinberg provides an insider’s tour of life on E Street.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    4/5/08 “O.C. fans’ greatest Springsteen moments.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    4/8/08 “Springsteen returns to O.C. with a vengeance” reviews Anaheim (4/7/08).  NEWSPAPER-40
    4/9/08 “How was Springsteen on night 2 in Anaheim?” reviews Anaheim (4/8/08).  NEWSPAPER-40
    10/27/75 “Springsteen Mostly Loud” reviews Portland (10/25/75).
    12/20/78 “Springsteen concert ‘invents’ rock ‘n’ roll” reviews Portland (12/19/78).
    Also see OREGONLIVE.COMInternet Articles
    10/26/75 “Show justifies Springsteen hype” reviews Portland (10/25/75).
    10/27/80 “Springsteen comes to play” reviews Portland (10/25/80).
    10/29/96 “Boss travels musically into the streets, alleys” reviews Portland (10/28/96).
    3/26/08 “Live Music Preview: The Boss.”
    3/28/08 “Springsteen’s legacy.”
    3/11/10 “Trinity Cathedral plans Springsteen service.”
    3/8/77 “Springsteen master of hard rock” reviews Orlando (3/5/77).
    6/30/85 “A Sweat-Free Bruce Springsteen Still Has Power To Excite.”
    9/7/90 Bruce donates $10,000 to help Motown singer fight health problems.
    11/22/92 “Life with The Boss: Newcomer finds thrill in band.”
    11/22/92 “The best of Bruce: A fan’s notes.”
    11/25/92 Editorial: “Bruce can’t Boss around Garth.”
    11/26/92 “The Boss puts in a full day’s work” reviews Orlando (11/23/92).
    4/15/94 “Bruce battling for control of ’70s outtakes.”
    7/12/94 Dave Barry: “Booksellers and the Boss make for a rocking night.”
    12/31/94 “Poll picks ‘Born to Run’ as greatest pop song ever.”
    2/23/95 Wire service photo of Bruce, Clarence at Tramps.
    3/2/95 ” ‘Streets of Philadelphia’ nets 3 Grammy Awards.”
    3/5/00 “The Boss Gives Energetic Show Alongside the E Street Band” reviews Orlando (3/4/00).
    11/21/02 “Old rockers. Radio isn’t interested in their new songs.”
    11/22/02 “The Boss Keeps Glory Days Alive for the Legions Who Follow Him.”
    11/22/02 “The Boss Balances High Voltage, Low Key” reviews Orlando (11/21/02).
    1/8/03 “Eminem, Springsteen battle for Grammy.”
    10/9/04 “‘Vote for Change’ Adds Pop to Politics.”
    10/12/04 “Vote Is In: Rock is Night’s Big Winner” reviews Vote for Change in Orlando (10/8/04).
    4/23/08 “Springsteen, E Street Band: A time to dance” reviews Orlando (4/23/08).
    12/11/75 “Springsteen: For Those Who Missed the Dead in Frisco” previews Oswego, NY.
    12/11/75 “David Sancious Plays Oswego.”
    12/18/75 “Bruce Springsteen,” a large photo, small story reviewing SUNY Oswego(12/16/75).
    10/18/78 “Springsteen concert too expensive? Don’t buy tickets.”
    11/9/78 “Springsteen sublime” reviews Montreal (11/8/78).
    10/5/87 “Springsteen: bold step into new territory” discusses Tunnel of Love.
    9/23/88 “Superstar rock concerts boost business at Amnesty office.”
    11/17/95 “The Boss paints grim landscape of the hopeless, destitute” reviews Tom Joad.
    4/14/01 “Springsteen, E-Street Band set the standard for reunions” reviews Live in New York City.
    4/19/03 “The Boss Is Back. A blast of rock ‘n’ roll heaven” reviews Ottawa (4/18/03).
    4/19/03 “Die-hard Bruce fans came to sing, dance.”
    4/20/03 “Intense Springsteen melts away years since last visit” reviews Ottawa (4/18/03).
    7/14/05 “The Boss still has intimate warmth” reviews Ottawa (7/13/05).
    7/15/05 Commentary: “Who made him the Boss?”
    10/15/07 “Empty seats don’t stop the Boss from taking charge” reviews Ottawa (10/14/07).
    4/19/03 Reviews Ottawa (4/18/03). “22 Years Later, Springsteen Shows He’s Still The Boss.”
  • OUEST-FRANCE (France)
    1/27/09 “Bruce Springsteen, Carhaix en revait.”  NEWSPAPER-40
    7/11/09 “La legende Springsteen attendue aux Vieilles Charrues.”  NEWSPAPER-112
    7/16/09 Front page photo and caption: “Vieilles Charrues: la jour J.”  NEWSPAPER-112
    7/17/09 “Peu importe l’attente, pourvu qu’ils aient Bruce…”  NEWSPAPER-112
    4/24/70 “Weekend concerts have Steel Mill, Dionne Warwick.”
    4/24/70 Advertisement for Steel Mill’s April 24 concert in the Monmouth College gymnasium.
    2/2/73 Bruce to headline Monmouth College “mini-concert” to help paper recycling drive.
    2/9/73 Springsteen photo used to remind students of upcoming “mini-concert.”
    9/26/92 “Born to perform” reviews Los Angeles (9/24/92).
    9/14/05 “Paying Homage to an American Legend” reports on Springsteen Symposium.