Magovern, Terry

Frank Terry Magovern (1940 – July 30, 2007) was a longtime assistant to Bruce Springsteen. After several years working in Jersey shore bars, Mr. Magovern began running Big Man's West, a Red Bank nightclub owned by Springsteen's saxophonist, Clarence Clemons. After the club closed a few years later, Mr. Magovern continued working for Clemons and in 1987 joined Springsteen and The E Street Band on their Tunnel Of Love Express Tour. The concerts had a carnival theme, and, as each musician walked onto the stage, he handed a ticket to Mr. Magovern, who was sitting in a booth. Mr. Magovern served as Springsteen's personal assistant, and was credited with research on Springsteen's 1995 album, "The Ghost of Tom Joad," and was identified as Springsteen's "dedicated sidekick" on 2002's "The Rising".

Source: Boston.com


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