“Is Bruce Springsteen about to follow the example of his good pal Bono and get his own Special Edition iPod?” Red Herring asks. “Even, as he once joked, he wouldn’t take the money.”
“Dunno. The ones who would know, of course, are Springsteen; Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Jon Landau, Springsteen’s longtime manager and record producer. And they’re not talking,” Red Herring reports. “Still, we find it revealing that Springsteen, Jobs and Landau were in the same place at the same time Saturday night in downtown San Jose.”
Red Herring reports, “The occasion was Springsteen’s two-and-a-half hour, Ramrod-rockin’ performance at HP Pavilion. (Bruce actually didn’t play ‘Ramrod,’ but he made up for it by including ‘Boss Time’ in a rousing ‘Glory Days’). Jobs and his wife, Laurene Powell, were spotted in the crowd below the right side of the stage, near E-Street band members ‘Professor’ Roy Bittan and ‘Sister’ Soozie Tyrell. A well-placed source said she also saw Landau, who does not attend many of Springsteen’s concerts, rockin’out nearby.”
Red Herring wonders, “Did the men discuss some business backstage before the show? Or were they there just to enjoy the ‘Magic’ of the night?”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Brawndo Drinker” for the heads up.]