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Bruce Springsteen ‘Look out Norway!’ Link Roundup
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By Pete Chianca
April 24, 2013 5:26 p.m.

In just a few short days, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will touch down in Norway for the next leg of their worldwide jaunt in support of Wrecking Ball — a jaunt that’s looking less and less likely to feature more U.S. dates, unfortunately. Last year the fall tour leg had been announced by April 13 — but we’re still holding out hope for at least a few wrap-up shows in our neck of the woods.
Meanwhile, there have been more than a few interesting Springsteen sightings and developments in the run-up to Europe Part Two — catch up on the ones you may have missed in the links below. But first, we honor Norway with this teaser for the second season of our favorite Norway-set TV show ever (better turn down the volume if you’re at work):
And now, the links:
In case you missed it, this qualifies as Fairly Awesome: LancasterOnline posts full audio from surprise 1984 Springsteen show at Pennsylvania nightclub.
Springsteen is up for some Billboard Music Awards, although somehow I doubt he cares that much.
Matt Damon accidentally makes “Wrecking Ball: The Movie.”
An Australian fan blogs his 10-show Springsteen concert experience.
Will Billy and Bruce ride off into the sunset together on Bruce’s new Billy-designed motorcycle?
Roy Bittan on the E Street Band: “We have no reason to stop now.”
NEW YORK CITY SERENADE: Bruce and Patti take in Rita Wilson’s NYC singing debut at 54 Below, and get photobombed by Anna Wintour.
Another ode to Springsteen by New Jersey’s Tramp-in-Chief.
Stevie talks some more about “The Rascals” on Broadway.
Burgers and Bruce offers a beginner’s guide to Springsteen concerts (and burgers).
And then there’s this, from popster Carly Rae Jepson: “Is it weird that I saw Bruce Springsteen at a concert, and he is about 70, and I thought he was pretty sexy?” There is just so much wrong with that statement.
Finally, a sad farewell to the one and only Richie Havens, who once brought his own special interpretation to “Streets of Philadelphia”:

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