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  • Springsteen fan since?
    1975
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  1. I've known about the show since it started, but I've never listened to it because we don't have Sirius. Our son use to listen to Bruce's show on Sirius when he had it.
  2. I knew of it, and my son use to listen to it when he had Sirius, but he's always driving to jobs so he spends a lot of time on local roads. I'm not in the car enough to pay for the service. I had it free years ago with a new car, but Bruce wasn't on it back then.
  3. You've missed the point of the story. It's one of many stories where Rump stiffed contractors and subcontractors and many went bankrupt because of it. It's a known long time fact. The man isn't looking for anything now, it's long over and done with. Bruce brought it up on his show yesterday because the theme of the show was Money Honey and it was personal to Bruce. Who knows, maybe Bruce did help out the man back then. He does many, many things with his money to help people that we don't know about and he keeps quiet about it.
  4. UNREQUITED INFATUATIONS: ODYSSEY OF A ROCK AND ROLL CONSIGLIERE For the first time ever, Bruce Springsteen will be interviewing his longtime friend and bandmate Stevie Van Zandt. Join Unison Events for an evening with Stevie Van Zandt and Bruce Springsteen as they come together to discuss Unrequited Infatuations, the new memoir from Van Zandt. Unrequited Infatuations begins in a bedroom in suburban New Jersey in the early '60s and unfolds across the globe, demonstrating how Rock and Roll has the power to change the world. Now, these rock disciples reflect on their shared experiences and answer questions submitted by fans.
  5. As someone said, he's lost some muscle mass which is perfectly normal as we age. Picture is from today someone said. Lucky woman!
  6. Was probably the 2 French filmmakers who ended up making that documentary. I remember watching it and the story behind it. Rich was quite the character on here, calling his wife 'the frying pan' LOL. What happened to Miami Mark?
  7. There's a 9/11 Museum and Memorial organization and he was asked to perform at this memorial. Right after 9/11 happened and the country was in shock and disbelief, the concert "America - A Tribute to Heroes" was aired on 9/21/01 on all tv stations. When I saw Bruce open the concert with My City of Ruins I had a feeling of complete calmness come over me. Seeing him perform made me feel we were going to be okay. It's very hard to explain, but it's what Bruce has always been able to do for me and many others in good and bad times, especially bad times. Remember right after 9/11 it's said someone saw Bruce out and about and hollered at him "we need you now!" His lyrics and music have pulled me out of many funks. It's why we love him and look to him
  8. We all get that gut bump as we age LOL. Is that a photo from this summer or 2018 shows, cause he is thinner now. I wish I had a "thin" issue.
  9. A lot of people that have attended SOB have said that also. It seems as we age we either get thinner or fatter, depending on our genes. Bruce was a always a small, scrawny looking guy when he was young. Only beefed up when BITUSA came along. I remember first time I saw him live, I was surprised how small and thin he was
  10. Wonderful photo, the sadness in his eyes. An emotional moment for him to perform a beautiful song.
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