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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band : By November, diehard Springsteen fans should've committed to memory all of 'Magic'-- the Boss and gang's first album together in five years, due Oct. 2. Springsteen's manager, Jon Landau, has been calling the album 'a high-energy rock CD.' We like the sound of that. But not to worry, we're pretty sure that the bard of New Jersey will be dusting off some classics live as well. Tickets on sale Sept. 22. At TD Banknorth Garden, Nov. 18. Tickets on sale Sept. 22. -- SARAH RODMAN
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: By November, diehard Springsteen fans should've committed to memory all of "Magic"-- the Boss and gang's first album together in five years, due Oct. 2. Springsteen's manager, Jon Landau, has been calling the album "a high-energy rock CD." We like the sound of that. But not to worry, we're pretty sure that the bard of New Jersey will be dusting off some classics live as well. Tickets on sale Sept. 22. At TD Banknorth Garden, Nov. 18. Tickets on sale Sept. 22.

-- SARAH RODMAN
(AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)
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