Forget about #garthgate - we might be using the hashtag #bossgate by the end of today, if the latest news is anything to go by.
An update on the unconfirmed reports that Bruce Springsteen is playing two dates at Croke Park this summer suggest that fans of The Boss might have to put their denim jackets back in their wardrobes for the time being.
Rolling Stone magazine's Associate Editor Andy Greene had the following to say on Twitter this afternoon, claiming that 'someone deep in the know in Bruce world' told him that the rumours were false.
Despite reports all over the European press, I have definitive word that Bruce Springsteen is not playing in Croke Park this summer.
— Andy Greene (@greeneandy) February 4, 2015
There's been no confirmation or denial from either Springsteen's camp or his Irish promoter - so we remain in the dark until someone issues a comprehensive statement on the matter.
The Herald reported this morning that 'a source' had told them that a gig would be announced on Friday by "a well-known American musician whose songs include ‘Born in the USA’ and who appeals to all ages."
We'd like to think that 'the source' got the song title wrong, and instead the brilliant Father John Misty will play the home of the GAA with the below ditty.
Now, we'd pay to see that. Hell yeah!