You could see Bruce Springsteen for $5 in Seaside Heights back in '73

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The borough is set for an enthralling revival of the musical scene in the summer months, thanks to groups such as moe., 

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Railroad Earth, Air Supply and George Benson as well as the usual group of top cover groups to play music at the beach.

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The top entertainers are not new to Seaside Heights, though their appearances be a little more rare in the past few times.

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In the 1970s, clubs and bars on the boardwalk as well as Boulevard were host to national and regional bands along with emerging local bands, such as the guitarist and songwriter of Freehold, Bruce Springsteen.

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Springsteen, naturally is more closely associated to an additional Jersey Shore town: Asbury Park.

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The Boss was not a newcomer to Ocean County, though, and in 1973, Bruce and band would play nine times in Fat City, a Boulevard nightclub that could hold 600 people.

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The first show was held on June 22 23 and 24, just a month after the club's doors opened.

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Springsteen released his debut album "Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J." in the first week of January. However, it did not have much impact on U.S. Charts.

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Bruce along with the band which was comprised at the time of the recording keyboardist Danny Federici, drummer Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez, Garry W, the bass player. Tallent

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and the saxophonist Clarence "Big Man" Clemons was just adding an old acquaintance, Belmar native and keyboard player David Sancious, to the group

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