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  • Ah, the blue-collar poet of my childhood — those first 60 years were killer. I can’t wait to see what else the man behind “Lift Me Up” has to offer!

    • Frost-Barnes

      Every single time I think “The Boss” has written his last great song, the man does it again and again! Happy Birthday, Bruce.

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  • Without a doubt, the single biggest influence on my own thought and work is the Boss. I moved to NJ a few years back and the one assurance that I had to move there from the Midwest was that if NJ could produce Bruce Springsteen it had to be great!

  • Steve, you should have tried growing up there in the 70s. I should probably be in trauma counseling but too late now! 😉

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  • Springsteen is the man even though I am a younger generation I am open minded enough to listen to different kind of music then my peers

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  • Matt Holzmann

    I saw Springsteen in 1973 for the first time at Villanova. Since @ 1980, his music has been a drone, and he’s been an environmental hypocrite.

  • Bruce Springsteen is incredible. I think his albums have gotten progressively stronger over the years.
    Happy Birthday Boss.

  • Everybody gotta hungry heart.

  • Still rocking! And hitting the home run with his current tour!