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Springsteen Celebrates 63rd Birthday At Leg Closer [VIDEO]

Bruce Springsteen rang in his 63rd birthday on Saturday night (September 23rd) and wrapped his summer leg at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium. The show -- which started on Saturday night (September 22nd) -- was delayed by rain, featured his mom Adele, sister Ginny, and Patti Scialfa's mom helping ring in "The Boss'" birthday. Highlights in the show, which started at 10 pm and wrapped at 1:55 am, featured the tour premiere of the Born In The U.S.A. outtake, "Cynthia," along with a few references to the inclement weather -- a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Who'll Stop The Rain" and his own "Cover Me."

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Happy Birthday Bruce Springsteen

Happy Birthday to Bruce Springsteen, who turns 63 on Sunday (September 23rd)!!! On Wednesday (September 19th) Springsteen & The E Street Band kicked off a three-night stand at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium, and on the first night, welcomed back original drummer Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez for a rendition of 1973's classic "The E Street Shuffle," before Max Weinberg mad his way back to his drum stool. Later in the show, Lopez returned to shake a tambourine for "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" and "Twist And Shout."

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Bruce Springsteen Opens East Rutherford Show With Concert Debut of 32-Year-Old Track

Throughout the 'Wrecking Ball' tour, Bruce Springsteen has reached deep into his catalog to perform some of the rarest songs alongside his numerous hits. Last night (Sept. 21), he opened the second of his three-night stand at MetLife Stadium in E. Rutherford, N.J. with 'Living on the Edge of the World,' a 32-year-old song which he had never before played live.

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Bruce Springsteen Joined by Original E Street Band Drummer Vini Lopez During New Jersey Show

There's nothing wrong with Max Weinberg, but his predecessor with Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band was back in the drum seat last night (Sept. 19) at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez surprised fans by sitting in to play 'E Street Shuffle' and later the tambourine on '10th Avenue Freeze-Out' and 'Twist and Shout.'

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Bruce Springsteen: The Professor Approves

Longtime E Street Band piano player "Professor" Roy Bittan is impressed with Jake Clemons, the nephew of the late E Street sax player Clarence Clemons, and his role in the band on their Wrecking Ball tour.

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