Springsteen Crashes The Show ... And No One Seems To Mind The Boss showed up, unannounced, at a bar on the Jersey Shore and played for nearly two hours.
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Springsteen Crashes The Show ... And No One Seems To Mind

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Springsteen Crashes The Show ... And No One Seems To Mind

Springsteen Crashes The Show ... And No One Seems To Mind

Springsteen Crashes The Show ... And No One Seems To Mind

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You could see being upset if you came to a concert to hear a band — and they suddenly stopped playing.

That happened Saturday night at Wonder Bar on the Jersey shore.

Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers were just 20 minutes into their set when ... Bruce Springsteen crashed the show. He played for nearly two hours.

The Houserockers had no hard feelings.