In an NPR interview, the former president and the iconic musician speak about spreading hope amid widespread division and about the "critical patriotism" of Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A."
Team USA has announced that the daughter of the legendary rocker will be one of four members of the equestrian jumping team at the Tokyo Games. Jessica Springsteen is ranked 27th in the world.
Chuck Berry, one of the founders of rock and roll, died Saturday night at age 90. Almost immediately, the tributes started rolling in from some of the most famous names in music.
The president brought up reviving dying industries and making America great again during his address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday. But the message is a generation old with roots in music.
"People see you onstage and, yeah, I'd want to be that guy," Springsteen says. "I want to be that guy myself very often."
The Gaslight Anthem frontman goes quieter on his solo debut, Painkillers. He recently spoke with Here & Now about songwriting and the pesky Springsteen comparisons that just won't die.
The Boss is standing with opponents of the law that says transgender people must only use bathrooms that correspond with their sex at birth. The musician says he is supporting "freedom fighters."
How do you say goodbye to TV's smartest satirist, especially when he seems determined not to get too sentimental? You invite everyone who's ever been a correspondent, and a surprise guest or two.