Backed by the power of the E Street Band, The Boss gives all in an epic performance of greatest hits and gems from his latest, "High Hopes"
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$55.50 for one ticket to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (up to $86.58 value)
The Boss, according to The Numbers: 20 Grammys, 2 Golden Globes, 1 Oscar, and more than 120 million albums sold worldwide
Halls of Fame where Springsteen can hang his '70s knit cap: Songwriters Hall of Fame and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Cool fact: the E Street Band is about to get its own induction in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Why they call Springsteen "The Boss:" some stories say it’s because he was in charge of collecting the band's money after shows during the early days; others say it’s due to his larger-than-life stage presence and collection of “#1 Boss” coffee mugs
Live moments to look forward to: Bruce and Little Steven huddling around the mic to harmonize, Max Weinberg’s impeccable posture, the late Clarence Clemons’ nephew Jake proving Mendel's theory that saxophone talent is genetic
The setlist: spans Bruce’s entire oeuvre from 1973’s Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. to 2014’s acclaimed High Hopes