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Read Missing The Cut: More Important '00s Music

November 24, 2009 – See some of our favorite albums that didn't make the final 50 most important recordings list.

Listen Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Turns 25

October 30, 2009 – Even in a backslapping soiree of superstars, there were genuine moments at the anniversary concert.


Listen Springsteen Fans Angered By Ticketmaster Flap

February 5, 2009 – Ticketmaster has apologized, but the New Jersey attorney general's office says it's investigating.


Read Exclusive First Listen: Bruce Springsteen

January 19, 2009 – Hear a full preview of the legendary singer's new album, streaming now, only on NPR Music.

Dixie Chicks

Listen Eight Years Gone

January 19, 2009 – Hear the songs that wrestled with the fear, uncertainty and frustration during Bush's presidency.


Twisted Sister

Listen The '80s: Were They Really That Bad?

September 2, 2008 – Were the 1980s the worst years for music, or the most brilliant?


Listen 1,000 Essential Recordings You Must Hear

August 22, 2008 – Author Tom Moon surveys all genres of music, from Marian Anderson to ZZ Top.


Listen Preaching The Bruce Springsteen Gospel

August 10, 2008 – Jeffrey Symynkywicz combines his theological training with his lifelong love of Springsteen's music.


Listen E Street Band's Danny Federici Dies at 58

April 18, 2008 – Steve Inskeep remembers Danny Federici, keyboardist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band.


Listen Bruce Springsteen, on a 'Magic' Campaign

March 5, 2008 – Now back on tour after some time off, the veteran rocker talks about mixing music and politics.


Read The Best Songs of the Year, from KUT KUT

December 12, 2007 – KUT music director Jeff McCord picks the 10 songs whose company he most enjoyed. KUT

Listen Bruce Springsteen's 'Magic' Media Blitz

October 15, 2007 – Media frenzy over the rocker's latest says something about his place in American pop culture.


Listen Finding a New Path in Springsteen's 'Thunder Road'

October 6, 2007 – Listening to Springsteen in his native India, Nishant Dahiya was inspired to change his life.


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