Brian Setzer: "I'm kind of an anomaly there, I never really fit into anybody's box. I don't know how I got those Grammys because I am certain there's not a rockabilly category. They just kind of squeezed between the cracks somehow."
The "mighty men and women" of the E Street Band, as Springsteen calls them, have provided a unique and powerful sonic template for Springsteen's music, combining British invasion guitar-driven rock and the drama of soul music.
The play Grace takes stylistic liberties, showing the end at the beginning, and playing scenes in reverse, almost cinematically, so that the actor Paul Rudd walks backwards trying desperately to return to pre-cataclysmic grace.
Just imagine you're sitting in your own living room and it's nice and cozy and quiet, and across from you in two comfy chairs are Dion DiMucci and Steven Van Zandt talking, for 90 minutes, about Dion's long and amazing career.
On a balmy New York evening with snow a distant memory, the corners of the Crosby Hotel were fitted with white stuff and the décor, usually warm, was even cozier. The occasion was a screening of Lilyhammer.
Little Steven's Underground Garage, a radio show that features interviews with figures from rock 'n' roll history, held a special celebration for its 500th episode by broadcasting live at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square.