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Nils Lofgren and Clarence Clemons. [Photo by Danny Clinch]
Keyboardist Danny Federici, left, plays nearby while "Big Man" Clarence Clemons plays saxophone alongside Bruce Springsteen, right, as Springsteen performs with the E Street Band at Asbury Park's Paramount Theater Monday, Sept. 24, 2007 in Asbury Park, N.J.
After performing about 80 three-and-a-half-hour shows, including a three-month European leg on Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s Wrecking Ball Tour during the past year, Nils Lofgren is getting ready to crash at home and have a break from what he describes as the “greatest musical job in the world.”
Nearly three decades ago, Bruce Springsteen wrote with sadness about a man showing his young son a hometown ravaged by outside economic forces, a town the family was about to leave.
NEW YORK - Danny Federici, the longtime keyboard player for Bruce Springsteen whose stylish work helped define the E Street Band's sound on hits from "Hungry Heart" through "The Rising," died Thursday. He was 58.
Nothing adds more to the holiday spirit than a gentle snowfall, the roasting of chestnuts on an open fire and the melodious sounds of great seasonal music.
NEW YORK - In the summer of 1975, Bruce Springsteen was nobody's Boss. His nascent career was crumbling, just another over-hyped "new Dylan" about to get dumped by his label. Two of his band members had recently quit.