Bruce Springsteen announces UK return

Springsteen is know as the “the Boss”. Photo Credit: Craig O’Neal

Legendary singer Bruce Springsteen has confirmed he will play a string of concerts across the UK in 2019.

Though no confirmed shows have been announced as of yet, Springsteen recently announced it was “time to get back to my day job”, confirming his return to musical form with a new studio album with his E Street Band.

A new studio album would mean the first new material released by the artist since 2014’s “High Hopes” however “Springsteen on Broadway”, a greatest hits performance covering Bruce’s mammoth 46 year career will premiere on Netflix December 15th.

Springsteen last toured the UK in 2016, which included a stop at Glasgow’s Hampden stadium. Known for his mammoth performances, the singer played for over three hours at the famed football stadium.

Bruce and the gang will be well rehearsed for next year’s dates, currently playing five nights a week as part of the Broadway shows in New York City. Though Springsteen turns 70 next year, it seems the iconic American hero is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.

Million Dollar Quartet makes it’s Scotland debut at Edinburgh Playhouse tonight

Million Dollar Quartet features the infamous recording session between legendary rock ‘n’ roll stars, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins.

First performed in 2006, the show – highlighting the infamous 1956 recording session between rock stars Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins – has been a smash-hit in New York and London’s West End.


It is the first time the show has arrived in Scotland following 11 years of success in London and New York

Created by Tony Award nominees Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux, the rock ‘n’ roll experience features over 20 hits from the musical legends celebrating the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll” Sam Phillips for bringing the quartet together for one unique recording session.

Martin Kemp – formerly of Spandau Ballet – plays Phillips with Rhys Whitfield, Martin Kaye, Robbie Durham and Matt Wycliffe playing Presley, Lee Lewis, Cash and Perkins respectively.

It is the first time the show has come to Scotland following the success of the show in the States and in London for the last 11 years.

The Playhouse will open its doors for the next five nights before the Quartet finish their UK tour in Chichester and Ipswich.

Tickets are still available at

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