Jimmy Fallon in his most impeccable ’80s Boss imitation sings the first half of “Governor Chris Christie Fort Lee, New Jersey Traffic Jam” (sung to the tune of “Born To Run”) and is later joined by Bruce himself.
The money Bon Jovi donated will help the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund efforts to assist organizations that are helping with the home repairs and rebuilding projects throughout the state.
A little more than a week has passed since Bruce Springsteen’s former home located in New Jersey was placed on the market for $349,900 by one of its three owners.
The band has just announced that Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and The Black Keys will guest at the mini-tour’s final show on Saturday (December 15) at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Last night (December 6), New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stopped by The Daily Show and got right down to the real issues with host Jon Stewart – fan-girling over Bruce Springsteen.
With a little help from musical pals like The Boss, Hurricane Sandy telethon “Coming Together” raised $23 million for relief efforts via the American Red Cross.
CBS Local spoke with Stone Pony booker Kyle Brendle, who described the scene at the historic venue. “Our property’s basically OK, the outside lot the fences were torn down, and debris, but that’s all small stuff,” he said. “We found weird stuff on the roof, toilet seats, someone’s chimney… There’s a little bit of sand and water got through our entrances, but we’re in great shape. We’re ready to go when there’s power.”
Bruce Springsteen is lending his words and image to a web-based campaign to pass same-sex marriage initiatives. “The marriage-equality issue should be recognized for what it truly is — a civil rights issue that must be approved to assure that every citizen is treated equally under the law,” Springsteen says on The Four 2012′s online ad.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie hasn’t been shy about his love of Bruce Springsteen, but will he hear Springsteen’s daughter out?
Last night, two of America’s greatest and most enduring rock bands held court at New Jersey’s Izod Center. Aerosmith and Cheap Trick, both decades into their career, unleashed some of the greatest rock songs from the ’70s through the modern era. Both bands played their biggest hits, but eschewed some obvious songs to dig deeper into their considerable catalogs.