Friday, July 31, 2015

E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg tours Springsteen exhibit

E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg toured the National Constitution Center's From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen exhibition yesterday afternoon.

E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg tours Springsteen exhibit

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E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg toured the National Constitution Center's From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen exhibition yesterday afternoon.

Weinberg, also the former "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" bandleader," gave a talk at the National Museum of American Jewish History last night, but dropped by the NCC a few hours earlier. Weinberg added a Post-It note to the NCC's wall in the exhibition asking visitors to share their favorite Springsteen song. "If you can't dance to Ramrod check yourself!" he wrote.

If you were wondering whether he had to pay to see his bandmate's artifacts, he did not. We're told the NCC was aware he was coming and of course let him in for a complimentary tour. Weinberg was recognized by some Springsteen fans but not swarmed as he toured the displays.

Weinberg, Springsteen and the rest of the E Street Band rock the Wells Fargo Center Wednesday and Thursday nights.

Here's Weinberg, Bruce and the gang playing Max's fave, "Ramrod," at the Spectrum in Oct. 2009...

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