Carine Roitfeld lured some major musical names, plus children, for her annual spread. Her popular fashion week party has a big headliner, too.
Bruce Springsteen's one-man show "Springsteen on Broadway" is set to land on Netflix just before year-end. Based on Bruce Springsteen's autobiography "Born to Run," "Springsteen on Broadway" is a solo acoustic performance both written and performed by the Tony, Oscar and Grammy-winning artist. Like theatergoers, Netflix viewers will be treated to a show featuring Springsteen, a guitar and piano, and his personal stories, along with an appearance by Patti Scialfa, a member of the E Street Band and Springsteen's wife.
“For 146 shows, I have played pretty much the same set every night," Springsteen said. "Tonight demands something different.”
Here are some of the highs and lows from this year's 72nd annual Tony Awards.
“Mean Girls” and “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical” led the field with 12 Tony Award nominations each on Tuesday, including Best Musical.
Not even Tony Awards hosts Sara Bareilles and Josh Groben were allowed to stick around for Bruce Springsteen's rehearsal.
HBO’s “Elvis Presley: The Searcher” is all Elvis, all the time: constant footage of Presley, with experts such as Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen relegated to voice-over narration.
Planning a summer vacay and trying to figure out where to go? Everyone wants a little time away for some R&R, and even celebrities need a respite from the constant glare of the spotlight.
During a concert in Adelaide, Australia on Monday night, Bruce Springsteen protested President Trump’s controversial executive order, which forbids refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. “America is a nation of immigrants and we find this anti-democratic and fundamentally un-American,” he said during the concert before launching into his song “American Land”. Springsteen is a vocal opponent of the Trump administration, having shared his opinions onstage a week earlier at a concert in Perth, Australia.
Bruce Springsteen was a final-day addition to Hillary Clinton’s Monday-night Philadelphia rally. He came with his acoustic guitar, not the E Street Band, and he was in full, socially conscious, descendent-of-Woody-Guthrie mode. He began by singing a version of “Thunder Road” that underscored the song’s expressed desire to break free of limitations to achieve a different kind of personal freedom.