Bruce Springsteen Covers
Jon Stewart sits down with his home-state hero for a conversation about 'Wrecking Ball,' the death of Clarence Clemons, and the gap between the 'American reality and the American dream'
Unicorns, sex dreams and the freak revolution of the monster goddess
With his third great album this decade, he tackles love, loyalty – and the ultimate deadline
The iconic songwriter on making his most romantic record since 'Born to Run' - and why a hundred George Bushes can't destroy the American spirit
Ahead of his Vote for Change concerts, Springsteen talks about his conscience, and the nature of an artist and his audience
Looking for the light in the darkness of September 11th, The Boss takes to the rock & roll pulpit on 'The Rising'
Some of the world's best guitarists talk about their own axe idols in this 1999 cover story
As he releases 'Human Touch' and 'Lucky Town,' the Boss opens up on his divorce and breaking up his group
What does it mean, Springsteen asked, to be an American?
After the mammoth success of 'Born in the U.S.A.,' the rocker took a hard look at his career and decided to bring his music back down to human proportions
A record 19,000 readers vote, and their choice is Bruce
The members of the E Street Band look back at the fifteen-month tour that made Bruce Springsteen a national hero
My Home Town
For the fourth time in the last six years, Rolling Stone's readers have selected the Boss as the Artist of the Year
"We wanted to play because we wanted to meet girls, make a ton of dough and change the world," says Springsteen