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

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. 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...

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BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: (Singing) Oh, Sandy, the aurora is...

GREENE: ...Bruce Springsteen crashed the show. He played for nearly two hours. The Houserockers had no hard feelings. Neither would I if - Bruce, do you want to host a radio show this morning? You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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