01:12 AM EDT 07/07/2014
Originally posted 05/20/2014 07:15AM
He may be 64, but that doesn't stop Bruce Springsteen from performing marathon concerts – or from wearing earrings, skinny jeans and a tight black T!
The Boss, Steven Van Zandt and the rest of the legendary E Street Band (whose members were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last month) took the stage at Mogehan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., Saturday for a three-hour-long show that had 10,000-plus fans on their feet the entire time.
Encores included smash hits like "Born to Run," "Dancing in the Dark," and "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out." At one point during "Dancing in the Dark," the super-fit musician jumped off the stage to embrace a female fan in the front row, making every other girl in the audience really jealous.
New Jersey comedian Artie Lange was also on hand to take in the singer's energetic performance.
Originally posted 03/19/2010 02:25PM
If there's anyone who could give sage advice to Lady Gaga, whose over-the-top outfits and performances seem to be wearing her down, it's veteran rockers Joan Jett and Steven Van Zandt.
And though times may have changed, they have some tips for the pop star after her recent near collapse onstage in New Zealand.
"I'll tell you, The Runaways, when we started, we didn't have this sort of craziness around us. Really the only time when there was insanity, as far as the press goes, was Japan ... it wasn't a 24-hour media world at that point," Jett told PEOPLE at the Tommy Hilfiger-sponsored New York premiere of The Runaways, which portrays the ascent of Jett and Cherie Currie to rock icons. "I think it's very difficult if you had to be dealing with this all the time. It's tough to incubate and do the work you need to do with people in your face."
Originally posted 06/01/2004 02:00PM
When we heard Madonna was going to show up at a party for Ashton and Demi at L.A. hotspot Dolce on Tuesday night, and that she might even sing a special song for them, we hightailed it right on over there, expecting some high-wattage celebrity revelry. Wouldn't you? Well, no such luck. Oh, they were there all right, but the mood behind the glass walls of the "private room" where they gathered for dinner with a group at 10:30 was decidedly somber. "Everyone looked serious and intense," said an observer. "It didn't feel like a party at all." Though one bartender told us it was a birthday party, another intimated that the gathering was about Kabbalah. When we asked for more info, he said, "Well, Kabbalah is a Hollywood religion. It's sort of like Scientology meets Judaism."
Originally posted 04/09/2002 12:00PM
Steve Van Zandt launches a new, nationally syndicated radio show in New York and his "Sopranos" gang is there, reports PEOPLE.
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