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Bruce Springsteen: Show Preview 

Wednesday, Nov 28 2012

We are almost sure that no one in the history of the world has ever uttered the phrase: "That Bruce Springsteen concert was terrible." The live prowess of the Boss is a thing of legend — you could even argue that it's the four decades of grueling touring that has kept the 63-year-old icon looking so young. We're lucky to have Springsteen back so soon, but even if you caught him in San Jose in April, rest assured that he and the E Street Band switch up the setlist nightly and, this time around, we'll probably hear the classics they didn't manage to squeeze in last time. As far as we're concerned, hearing "We Take Care of Our Own" live, in the same month that it soundtracked Obama's second-term victory, will be worth the ticket price alone.

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