That’s right, Bruce Springsteen’s level of coolness has gone up! We say this because it has recently been announced that Springsteen helped 9-year-old Xabi Glovsky, who attended his #TheRiverTourLA on March 15, skip out of the repercussions from being tardy to class the next day.
The youngster was brought to a Bruce Springsteen concert by his dad, Scott Glovsky, a longtime fan of Bruce. At the concert, Xabi held a sign that read: “Bruce, I will be late to school tomorrow. Please sign my note :).” Known for being a sport, Bruce went ahead and called the pair onstage to sign the note! Evidence below.
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Check out another of Bruce Springsteen’s cool moments, this time as he dances with a 91-year old grandma:
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