Tony Danza had a front row seat for one of the first live performances of Springsteen's 1995 classic
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A definitive guide to 35 years of music that changed the world
With a little help from Daryl Hannah, 1985's "You're a Friend of Mine" became Clarence Clemons' sole hit
U2 bassist honored at MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit Concert that wrapped with three-song set by band
Just two weeks before his tragic death, the Who rehearsed "I Can See for Miles" with their legendary bassist
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"Kids started coming from all around the place," frontman tells Jann Wenner in 2005 interview about band's teenaged origins in Dublin
Singer also opens up about his parenting style, the pitfalls of fame, the best meal he ever ate and more
They came together in 1986 at the first Bridge School Benefit, an event which endured until Neil Young called it off this year
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Check out 1994 Bob Seger lip-syncing to 1976 Seger singing about 1962 Seger – with help of one of the future 'Friends' cast members
After long holdout, select tunes from legendary rocker finally available on Spotify and other streaming services