The 67-year-old New Jersey native, known for such hits as "Thunder Road" and "Born in the U.S.A.," has repeatedly voiced anger and disdain for Trump, calling the Republican maverick a "moron" in a September interview with Rolling Stone magazine. Springsteen also appeared at a rally for Hillary Clinton, Trump's Democratic opponent, just before the Nov. 8 election. Springsteen had not commented in public about the B-Street Band's planned performance. But E Street Band member Stevie Van Zandt said in a Twitter message: "Nice guys. Met them. I wouldn't say right or wrong. Up to them. But it's naive to think one can separate Art and Politics. Art IS Politics." The B-Street Band performed at the 2009 and 2013 Garden State Inaugural Galas, which are sponsored by the New Jersey State Society.
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