I know they've become movie ballad sell-outs, but they used to be a poor man's Rolling Stones.
But I would have if I'd had the chance....
I thought long about making Pallbearer a holiday tradition...
It occurred to me after the last video that I should be avoiding playing any more 2016 stuff till after next week, just to be sure I don't steal anybody's thunder. So I'll clean up on some other of my favorite new stuff after that. For now here's some old guys playing some old music.
Here's one to celebrate the return of our beloved Boss.
Here's some classic rock for everyone.
Here's a classic reminder that your Twins season is dead.
5 July 1968
Live in Philly, 2006. Epic in scope. His childhood buddy Micky Melchiondo* plays some wicked guitar on this.
Kind of a cult figure from Pennsylvania, I was first turned on to Mr. Harford when Peter Jesperson used to play his record Be Headed on the old REV105. It's long been an unsung favorite of mine.
I was the king of the alley, mama
I could talk some trash
Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1975.
There were reasons behind the hype that landed Bruce on the covers of Time and Newsweek simultaneously in 1975. Continue reading Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band – It’s Hard To Be A Saint in the City