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The quiet American

Bruce Springsteen revisits his acoustic, folk-poet sideand revels in storytelling on 'Devils & Dust' tour

By Steve Morse
Globe Staff / May 19, 2005

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On leave from his more raucous, arena-tailored E Street Band, a solo Bruce Springsteen has been playing guitar, keyboards, harmonica, and even a little banjo on his current small venue tour, which hits the Orpheum Theatre for a sold-out show tomorrow. The New Jersey troubadour is promoting a new CD, ''Devils & Dust," which revisits the acoustic, folk-poet side of ... (Full article: 1174 words)

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