Tuesday, December 2, 2008

New Bruce Video

Bruce Springsteen's latest single from his upcoming Working On A Dream album, called "My Lucky Day" is available as a digital download and a streaming video on amazon.com.

The video shows Springsteen working through the song with E Streeters Max Weinberg, Roy Bitten, and Garry Tallent. Also featured in the clip, which runs over six minutes long, is Steven Van Zandt, Patti Scialfa, Clarence Clemmons, and Nils Lofgren. Newer members Soozie Tyrell and Charlie Giordano are nowhere to be seen in the low-fi fly-on-the-wall clip.



Paul McCartney defended former bandmate Ringo Starr, who recently posted a message on his website (ringostarr.com) saying that he would no longer sign items from fans mailed to him. The message, which showed a slightly unnerved Ringo putting his foot down about signing items, put more than a few fans off. Ringo's representatives explained that the angry video message was due to the fact that numerous fans were selling the autographed items on eBay.

Gigwise.com reports that McCartney said, "Ringo's always been like that, God bless him. We love Ringo because he just says what he thinks. If he doesn't want to sign anything anymore then he doesn't have to. I don't mind that, I think it's really good; it's his life after all. And yeah, he gets in trouble occasionally, but as anyone who has known Ringo as long as I have knows that's what he's like. I think it's a good quality; it's called honesty actually."

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