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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