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audience

I go out and I play to many audiences at night. There is the audience that comes because they want to hear their favourite songs, there is an audience that comes because they’re interested in the philosophy and the ideas of what you are doing, there’s many many different audiences. And I take it into consideration when I go out there but I don’t let it define what I do, how we do it, or what we are trying to do on any given night.

– Bruce Springsteen, The Daily Show, 19 March 2009

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