Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes : I Played the Fool
On the last night of August 1978, blending into the very early morning hours, Cleveland hosted Jersey Shore royalty at the Agora Ballroom. Members of the E Street band, including Clarence Clemons, Garry Tallent and the Boss himself, having just played the Richfield Coliseum, showed up with the guitarist the bands shared, Miami Steve, for a jam session with Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes that went on all night.
In another month or so, Southside's best album, Hearts of Stone, packed with songs written by Springsteen, would be released.
According to a fan: