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In this Sept. 2, 1995 file photo, Bruce Springsteen, left , and Chuck Berry laugh as they perform the Berry hit "Johnny B. Goode" at the Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Berry was the opening act of the concert. Mark Duncan/AP hide caption

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Bruce Springsteen performs at Meadowlands Arena in New Jersey in August 1984, the same year his hit "Glory Days" was released. It was an anthem for a generation looking back at the good, old days. AP hide caption

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In his new memoir, Born To Run, Bruce Springsteen reflects on how home, roots and family helped shape him and his music. Will Russell/Getty Images hide caption

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Bruce Springsteen: On Jersey, Masculinity And Wishing To Be His Stage Persona

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"There are some things that are whispered and some things that are shouted, and I'm not in a shouting place right now," Brian Fallon says. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of Big Hassle Media hide caption

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Brian Fallon Loves Bruce Springsteen, Just Please Don't Leave It At That

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"To my mind, it's an attempt by people who cannot stand the progress our country has made in recognizing the human rights of all of our citizens to overturn that progress," said Bruce Springsteen, canceling a planned April 10 concert in North Carolina. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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On Stewart's Final 'Daily Show,' Parting Was Standing-Room-Only Sorrow

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Paul McCartney, left, and Bruce Springsteen during Saturday's show in Hyde Park — before the plug was pulled. Frame grab from video posted by "BenR753" on YouTube. YouTube.com hide caption

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