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Springsteen Rocks Jersey Shore Club

Saturday (10/17) was an off night for most of the E Street Band but not Springsteen and his wife, Patti Scialfa, who took the stage at one of Bruce's favorite old haunts, The Stone Pony in Asbury Park. The couple joined Jersey shore mainstay Southside Johnny for an appearance that included romps through Springsteen and Southside Johnny standards and plenty of surprises, like set opener 634-5789, the Wilson Pickett hit also recorded by Otis Redding, Time Is On My Side by the Stones, the Exciter's Tell Him, Further On Up The Road, and even the 1969 novelty hit Sugar Sugar, credited to the fictitious band The Archies
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