Rock Hall Extends Springsteen Exhibit

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's Bruce Springsteen exhibit, From Asbury Park to the Promised Land, has been extended through the end of the year.

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That means you have 11 more months to check out all the Boss action happening at the Rock Hall, like handwritten lyrics, the clothes he wore on the Born in the U.S.A. cover and his Fender guitar, the one he's holding on Born to Run.

And just in case you've seen the exhibit already — if you're a Springsteen fan, you probably have — the Rock Hall has added a few new items to get you back. Among the new items:

— The Kennedy Center Honor he received last month
— The jacket he wore to Obama's Inaugural Celebration
— His 2009 Golden Globe Award for "The Wrestler”
— Various Grammys
— The drum machine he used for Born in the U.S.A. demos (look for them if you haven't heard them; some great stuff)

From Asbury Park to the Promised Land will remain open through December 31. You can find all kinds of Rock Hall info on its website. —Michael Gallucci

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