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Tidbits® of Flagler & E. Volusia (August 19, 2010) Page 3 MUSIC LEGEND: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN On September 23, 1949, Bruce Springsteen was born, of course, “in the USA.” With his gruff but powerful vocals, the energetic singer has secured his spot on America’s list of rock superstars. • Springsteen was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, and attended Freehold Borough High School. His father, Douglas Frederick Springsteen, was, amongst other things, a bus driver. • The first song a young Springsteen learned play on the guitar was allegedly the Beatles’ “Twist and Shout.” • In the late 1960s, Springsteen performed briefly in a power rock trio known as Earth, playing in clubs in New Jersey. • Also around that time, Springsteen acquired the nickname “The Boss.” While playing club gigs with a local band, one of his tasks was to collect the band’s nightly pay and distribute it amongst the members. But Springsteen has never liked the nickname, due to his dislike of bosses. • Springsteen’s E Street Band has roots in reality. The actual E Street runs northeast through the New Jersey shore town of Belmar. According to Springsteen lore, the band took its name from the street because original keyboard player David Sancious’ mother lived there and allowed the band to rehearse in her house. • The Boss meets the King? After a 1976 concert in Memphis, Springsteen went to Graceland at three in the morning, jumped the wall and ran to the front door. Security grabbed him before he could make it to the door and sent him packing. Knocking wouldn’t have done much good, anyway. Elvis was in Lake Tahoe at the time. • In May 1977, Springsteen and Steve Van Zandt went to an Elvis Presley concert in Philadelphia. A few days later Springsteen wrote “Fire,” and allegedly sent a demo of the song to Presley that summer, hoping he might cover it. Whether the tape got sent or not, Presley died that August, and Springsteen wound up giving “Fire” to Robert Gordon. Gordon’s version of the song was covered by the Pointer Sisters who made it a hit in 1979. • One of his most famous songs, “Thunder Road,” was inspired by the 1958 Robert Mitchum movie of the same name. • Springsteen has been listened to all over the world, and even in space. During a December 1999 flight of the space shuttle Discovery, his song “Rendezvous” was played as the crew’s wake-up call. It was the third day of the mission, and the crew was scheduled to rendezvous with the Hubble Space Telescope. • Springsteen inspires some pretty extreme acts of fandom. Recently, “No Retreat, No Surrender,” a “worst-to-first countdown of every album cut in Springsteen history” came out. In all, the creators of the list ranked and wrote about (sometimes at length) 200 songs. They ranked “Real Man” from the album “Human Touch” last and “Born to Run” first. • Springsteen was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Bono of U2 gave the induction speech. When U2 was inducted in 2005, Springsteen gave their induction speech, returning the favor. • To date, Springsteen has sold more than 65 million albums (including CDs) in the United States and 120 million worldwide.

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real estate for sale Stop renting!! Govt & Bank Foreclosures! From $500 Down, $250 per month! Over 900 exclusive homes! No banks! Owners will finance! Bad credit OK! www.rebuildUS.com 3 BED, 2 bath only $475/mo! 2 bed, 1 bath only $455/mo! 3 bed, 2 bath only $480/mo! Own with $1500 down! Owner finance! Details at www.rebuildUS.com Stop renting!! Govt & Bank Foreclosures! 3 bed/2 bath $500 down, $450 month. All over us! No banks! Owner Finance! Bad Credit OK! www.rebuildUS.com

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1.800.595.8110

386-336-9013

Biving <aith 9hristian 9enter

Reaching the Lost, Strengthening Families and Raising up Leaders

practical Teaching for everyday life! Our ministries include…

Earlyne Lund President and Founder Machelle L. Vallance General Manager Todd Bennett Production

• Children’s ministry • Teen ministry “Rebirth” Pastors Arthur and Gwen Jackson

• men’s ministry • Women’s ministry • monthly Study Groups

SunShine BuSineSS Complex 2729 east moody Blvd. Hwy. 100 Suites 703 & 704 386-263-2963

• Bible Classes… and many more

Sunday moRninG SeRviCe 10:45 a.m. Wednesday night Service 7:30 p.m. with separate Teen ministry “Rebirth”

Email us wapn@wapn.net Tune in to

91.5FM (Volusia County) 91.7 FM (Madison County) or WaPN.net and view our webCam

386-677-4272

Our Vision is to win Souls and we have kept the vision strong since 1985. We are a full service radio station committed to making this area a better place to live. We saturate Volusia County, Flagler/Madison County and surrounding areas with the Word and Praise Network

24 hours a day! Live Prayerline Mon.-Fri. see times at www.wapn.net Program guide.

1508 State Street • Holly Hill, FL 32117


Palm Coast Flooring

We have in stock noW! come see! no need to “special order”

Your Tile, Laminate, Wood, Vinyl or Carpet Flooring

POrCeLaiN TiLes 18” ON saLe sTarTiNG aT $1.19

Free esTimaTes

Outlet

Free 36” meDaLLiON W/PUrCHase OF 700 sQ FT OF TiLe!

install it yourself or let our experts professionally install your new flooring!

Flagler County’s Best Carpet & Flooring Store!

4882 Palm Coast Pkwy. NW (Located beside Z-Best Rentals) Locally Owned & Operated

500,000 sq. ft. of in stock flooring

(386) 447-7597

AIRPORT AUTO UPHOLSTERY

Boats • Cars • Trucks • Motorcycles • Seats • Leather Interiors Repairs Factory Originals • Vinyl Tops (Any & all) • Trimwork Airplanes/Auto Carpet • Headlines • Convertable Tops

3250 East Hwy. 100 (Next to Hayward Brown Insurance) Bunnell, FL 32110

Something New… We now do home furniture with an experienced upholsteror!

386.437.3353 • 386.437.3356

386-437-2403

2 Midway Drive (SR 100) • Palm Coast

exp. 8/31/10

JMJ TOBACCO OUTLET, INC — FINE CIGARS & TOBACCOS — POKER CIGARETTES… $28.99 plus tax

while supplies last w/coupon only exp. 8/31/10

9am - 7pm Mon - Sat / Sun 12-5pm (386) 439-0130 402 Beach Village Dr. • Flagler Beach (Publix Plaza)

Designer-styLe HanDbags & JeweLry aCCessories • resort wear

20% oFF expires 8/31/10

55 Plaza Drive, Unit D3 • Palm Coast, FL 32137

386-447-7885 • www.thebeachbazaar.com

Classy Nails & Spa

2405 E. Moody Blvd. (SR 100) Palm Coast/Bunnell, FL 32110

MANICURE… $13 (reg $15) PEDICURE…$20 (reg $25)

(1 mile west of Belle Terre Pkwy. in City Plaza)

(386) 313-2552

MANICURE & PEDICURE… $28 (reg $35)

Mon.-Fri.: 9-7 p.m. Sat.: 9-6 p.m. • Sun.: Closed Visit our website at: classynailspa.com

BRAZILIAN WAX… $35 (reg $40)

3-D LanDscaping

Mowing • Mulch • Sod installation • Storm Clean-up • irrigation Repair Tree Trimming • Stump Removal • Hedges Trimmed • power Washing Free Estimates • Licensed & insured Residential • Commercial Licensed Tree Surgeon (arborist) • Veteran Discount available

386-237-7023

ALEX BArnEttE

Apply online @ www.communitymortgagesolutions.com

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We are giving away a computer a month for the next 3 months for our Grand OpeninG! Go to a1apRomos.com the computeR shop 1070 palm Coast pkwy. nW #5 Quality New & Used Computers

for sales and service…

386.283.4945

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phone 386-445-4111 cell 386-439-8253 1030 Palm Coast Pkwy. NW fax 386-445-3111 Suite 3 toll free 877-445-6320 Palm Coast, FL 32137 Alex@communitymortgagesolutions.com

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