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1635 properties found
Springsteen, Bruce Category Listing
Bruce Springsteen rehearsed in garage here, home of David Sancious, on "E Street."
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band slept in a van here.
Springsteen at Uncle Al's Erlton Theatre Lounge, Cherry Hill, Twice
Upstage, a Bruce Springsteen Haunt
S.S. Morro Castle Disaster (& 1st One-Way St.?) (& Jim Morrison)
Sigma Sound (Bowie recorded; Springsteen visited him.)
Where Springsteen got off the bus on his way to meet Bowie.
Springsteen, etc., ate at Fred's at Barneys
The Main Point was here (early Springsteen).
Springsteen Likes This Place - Sonny's in Asbury Park
Springsteen Photographed in this Ice Cream Shop - 1978
Bruce Springsteen Played Villanova University in 1973, 3X
Factory where Bruce Springsteen's dad worked; in My Hometown
A house where Bruce Springsteen grew up was here.
Bruce Springsteen met up with friend at diner here. Glory Days ?
Bruce Springsteen was born here.
Springsteen guest of Jersey Shore band here, 1982.
Bruce Springsteen met Janis Joplin here, escaped her grip.
Police Riot at Early Springsteen Show Here
Greasy Lake in Springsteen Song Here? - 1 of 2
Springsteen's dad worked at factory here.
Springsteen's Local Hero song inspired at this site.
Bruce Springsteen played West Chester U. twice.
Springsteen played Sing Sing, 1972
Springsteen bought his Fender guitar here.
Springsteen played at Satellite Lounge, Cookstown, NJ, despite new drummer and gas crisis.
Springsteen's Steel Mill Named Here; Bruce & John Landau Here
Springsteen threw Born to Run acetate into motel pool here.
Springsteen song about this Whole Foods store?
Springsteen celebrated his 40th birthday here.
Springsteen, Joel & Manilow met here, 11/25/74
Springsteen saw his first rock concert here.
Springsteen buys records at this shop.
Slow-Mo song mentions this corner.
Springsteen's Seaside Bar Song Inspired Here
Crawdaddy Magazine was born here.
Bruce Springsteen & Max Clinch were photographed here.
Springsteen's grandfather had law office here.
Born to Run was written here.
West Long Branch
Bruce Springsteen motorcycle accident was here.
Springsteen courted wife Patti at this diner.
Bruce Springsteen proposed to wife here.
Springsteen likes the pizza here.
Springsteen played college arena 3X, once opening for Stevie Wonder.
Springsteen played Ursinus College, 1975.
Springsteen use turntable here to play Born to Run acetate? [Maybe not.]
Springsteen use turntable here to play Born to Run acetate? [Quite possibly.]
Springsteen bought clothing here.
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