Bruce Springsteen's Doubleheader: The Boss Closes Tour with Two Mega Concerts

He may be 64, but that doesn’t stop Bruce Springsteen from performing marathon concerts – or from wearing earrings, skinny jeans and a tight black T!

The Boss, Steven Van Zandt and the rest of the legendary E Street Band (whose members were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last month) took the stage at Mogehan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., Saturday for a three-hour-long show that had 10,000-plus fans on their feet the entire time.

Joan Jett, Cherie Currie Offer Lady Gaga Advice on Longevity

If there’s anyone who could give sage advice to Lady Gaga, whose over-the-top outfits and performances seem to be wearing her down, it’s veteran rockers Joan Jett and Steven Van Zandt.

And though times may have changed, they have some tips for the pop star after her recent near collapse onstage in New Zealand.

Madonna Drops In on Demi

When we heard Madonna was going to show up at a party for Ashton and Demi at L.A. hotspot Dolce on Tuesday night, and that she might even sing a special song for them, we hightailed it right on over there, expecting some high-wattage celebrity revelry. Wouldn’t you? Well, no such luck. Oh, they were there all right, but the mood behind the glass walls of the “private room” where they gathered for dinner with a group at 10:30 was decidedly somber. “Everyone looked serious and intense,” said an observer.

'Sopranos' Star Plugs into Rock Radio

Steve Van Zandt, 51, the guitar muscle behind Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and the actor who plays Silvio Dante on HBO’s “The Sopranos,” introduced his newest rock venture Sunday night in New York, reports PEOPLE. It is “Little Steven’s Underground Garage,” a live, nationally syndicated radio show of garage-rock sounds from the 1960s through today. “Radio is my favorite medium,” said Van Zandt, sporting a black Sgt. Pepper coat, snakeskin boots, bright green heart-shaped sunglasses and his trademark purple paisley bandana around his head. “That’s what I grew up with.