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Bruce Springsteen has released influential albums, toured the world numerous times with his legendary stage show and has an incalculable number of fans. And yet he's still perceived as a regular Joe. What kind of artist can hold so many people in his hands, and still be considered just one of the guys? Rather than ask Springsteen to explain the bond he shares with his audience, the documentary Springsteen & I tells the stories of the fans in their own voices. More than 2,000 of 'em submitted videos explaining what the Jersey rocker means to them personally; the film is a conglomeration of these devotionals, offering unique and personal insights as to why they continue to rally around the Boss. Springsteen & I screens nationwide tonight at 7:30 p.m. You can catch it locally at the Regal St. Louis Mills Stadium 18 (5555 St. Louis Mills Boulevard; 314-227-5503 or Tickets are $15.
Mon., July 22, 2013

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