Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young’s contributions to the soundtrack were important to the film… and to the marketing of the film.
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.
When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band come to perform at Citizens Bank Park on September 3-4, they’ll become the first live act to perform in every possible major live venue in Philadelphia. They will complete the cycle on Labor Day weekend at the home of the Phillies, capping off what they started back in 1973.
It’s about time Phoenix makes a top 10 list that ISN’T bad! Forbes magazine just started a new yearly list: “Top 10 Cities For Bargain Shopping.” While we’re not #1, we’re pretty darn close! Phoenix […]
Looks like we’re fighting Rocky…and he won this round. Don’t worry. The fight ain’t over! Philadelphia just surpassed Phoenix on yet another of those famous “lists.” Now, Philly is #5 and Phoenix is #6. Yo, Adrian, what’s […]
Did you see the fan who ran on the field during last night’s Phillies/Cardinals game? He was 17 years-old and ran around the field waving a white towel. Philadelphia Police chased him all over the […]