Admitted Bruce Springsteen fanatic and fellow New Jersey boy Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, sat down with his musical hero for an in-depth interview set to appear in the next issue of Rolling Stone magazine, which hits newsstands on March 16. In addition to sharing their Garden State roots, both men are deeply devoted to music and politics – both subjects central in their discussion. Aside from talking up his new album Wrecking Ball, Springsteen discussed the Occupy Wall Street movement and the damaging influence corporate cash has on society which he dubbed the “big-money Wall Street hustle,” and he touched on the passing of lifelong friend and E Street Band member Clarence Clemons, describing the loss by saying “Losing Clarence was like losing the rain. You’re losing something that has been so elemental in your life for such a long time.”

Wonder how the boss feels about his cash??

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